How to Raise More Money at Your Next Fundraising Event

by Garrett Hall

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Does your organization hold one or more fundraising events every year?  If so, keep reading…

Each year, thousands of non-profits hold millions of fundraising events, but most of those events raise less than they should, and cause far too much hassle and stress for fundraisers and volunteers.

If you’d like to learn how to raise more money from your next fundraising event, with far less stress, then I invite you to join us for our newest class:

How to Maximize Your Non-Profit Fundraising Events

During this 7 week online class, you’ll learn everything you need to know to double or triple the amount you raise at your fundraising events, including:

  • How to put together an event host committee that finds more sponsors and sells more tickets
  • Where to find large event sponsors to donate five- or six-figure gifts to your events
  • How to fill the room by selling more tickets than ever before
  • Strategies for supercharging your raffles, silent auctions, and other event add-ons
  • And much, much more!  Click here for a complete class syllabus

Don’t miss out… When you register before Friday, you’ll get a special early bird discount plus two exclusive bonus items.

Click here for more information or to register now!

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