Posts made in October, 2012

Benefits of Online Fundraising for School Fundraising

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in School Fundraising, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Benefits of Online Fundraising for School Fundraising

School Fundraising has become a hot topic over the years.  The government has advised that School Councils should not be raising monies for the basics like textbooks, pencils, and basic classroom supplies.  Frankly, none of it should be falling back on Schools and School Councils to be raising monies for items that are necessary for student engagement and learning.  Unfortunately, the tax payer pays and then the parents and community pay again.  There are so many discussions on this issue, you can check out  http://discuss.peopleforeducation.ca/forum?pageSize=500  to hear more about...

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Fundraising for your Sports Team

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in Blog, Sporting Organization Fundraising | Comments Off on Fundraising for your Sports Team

It doesn’t matter what sports club or organization your child is involved in, they all seem to have additional fundraising obligations linked to them.  The shame is that while they are involved in a sport, they are required to sell chocolate almonds, candy, cookie dough, etc to raise insubstantial funds for the organization. With Raiseathon’s Online Pledge Fundraising Tool the game changes.  www.raiseathon.ca Simply create an ‘A-Thon Online Fundraising program related or unrelated to your sporting organization. i.e. Soccer Online Fundraising...

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Camp Trillium and Annaleise Carr pair up to fundraise online!

Posted by on Oct 14, 2012 in Blog, Non-Profit or Charity Fundraising | Comments Off on Camp Trillium and Annaleise Carr pair up to fundraise online!

Camp Trillium and Annaleise Carr pair up to fundraise online!

CAMP TRILLIUM AND ANNALEISE CARR PAIR UP TO FUNDRAISE ONLINE! We congratulate Annaleise Carr. She is the youngest swimmer, at 14 years of age, to successfully cross Lake Ontario. Annaleise successfully fundraised for Camp Trillium, a cancer camp for children with cancer and their families, to raise over $120,000.  Visit www.camptrillium.com to see how they raise money differently with RaiseAThon. We were proud to host Annaleise’s fundraising site in order to support Camp Trillium. This is another example how online pledge fundraising works. solution she raised approximately $50,000....

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