The inspiration for charity auction items can come from unlikely places -- like my electric company's newsletter. In this case, it was a video showing the destruction of an enormous power plant in Florida. Watch the video below.
If you're looking to boost benefit auction revenues and your gala is held in late November or December, your acquisitions strategy should include decorated holiday trees. They sell well this time of year!In this podcast, you'll hear three ideas worth targeting. Add these to your procurement list.Listen to the podcast below.
If you're looking to boost benefit auction revenues and your event is late November or December, your acquisitions strategy could include decorated holiday trees. Here are some ideas. 1. At one school auction gala, one of the live auction items was a tree decorated with 100 $1 scratch-off lottery tickets. Not only is the winning bidder buying a lovely tree, but with a hundred scratch-off tickets, the bidder could be taking home a goldmine. 2. At another school auction, the student-decorated
If you’re new to galas, you might not realize all of your options when it comes to securing charity auction items to sell.In this podcast, you'll hear about the advantages and disadvantages of three common ways to secure items.1. The traditional way, which is to ask friends, family, and businesses to donate merchandise.2. Using consigned items, which are items purchased at a discount.3. Renting a database of donorsListen to the podcast below.
Wondering where to get charity auction items? If you’re new to auction fundraisers, you might not realize all of your options.There are three primary ways to secure items. 1. The traditional way is to ask friends, family, and businesses for donated items.This is the most common approach and generally the best because it garners you the greatest returns.The donor might give you a product from their place of business, agree to let you sell a one week stay in their