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Fundraising Ideas A to Z

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    Change jar. Keep a change jar in high traffic areas.

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    A HOT-HOT-HOT Chili cook off!

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    Cajun Style Red Beans and Rice Party- Cajun style!

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    Christmas Trees/Wreath – ask a local retailer to donate $1 for every tree and wreath sold.

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    Christmas Party – play carols, serve cookies, decorate a tree, have pictures with Santa, and charge admission.

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    Comedy Club – ask a local comedy club to host an evening in support of your efforts. Invite your friends to sell tickets.

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    Craft Fairs – many teams take advantage by having a craft table/drawings at these festivals.

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    Crafts – In a holiday mood? Craft tree ornaments and sell them! Sell those homemade treasures!

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    Cookbooks – collect recipes from employees, have them published, and sell them. Can be produced for approximately $2 each and sold for $7 - $8.

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    Coffee break (with healthy eating options) at your workplace – make a donation. If your organization already provides free coffee, put a jar and poster beside the coffee asking for a donation.

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    Day Spa – hair-cuts, manicures, massages and charge a fee.

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    Decorating Service – No time to decorate? Holiday decorating service.

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    Dime-A-Dance (at event) – provide music at your campsite and other people can pay to dance with your team members.

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    Dinners, Dinners, Dinners – Spaghetti dinners, gourmet feasts, etc.

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    Draws for a donated item from a local business (dinner for 2, movie tickets, etc.)

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    Host a theme dance or party – Sock hop, beach party, disco, square dance, dance for senior citizens, etc.

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    Deliver meals – Have a meal day where your team will cook and deliver breakfast, lunch or dinner to other businesses in town. Fax them a few days ahead of time to inform them of the menu, cost and how to order.

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    Dedicate your personal effort to someone who has won a battle with cancer, or to someone who is battling cancer, or to someone who has lost their battle - or all three. Include that in a letter along with a self-addressed stamped envelope. Consider mailing a request for support to everyone you know.

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    Envelopes at Restaurant Tables – teams generate donations by placing an envelope at every table,

stating “Please support the Canadian Cancer Society”. Waitresses check envelopes after each seating.

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    Errand Service – never have time…run an errand service!

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    Flowers & Plants – sell corsages, your donations will blossom. Sell your extra houseplants or bouquets

from your garden

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Gift Wrap during the Holidays – teams can set-up at the local mall or in a particular store. Mother’s day gift-wrap is an ideal time for teams to offer a gift-wrap booth. Host a Garage sale.

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Hot Dog For Cancer – principal at an elementary school agreed that if ALL the teachers would raise $100 each, he would dress up like a hot dog and let the students squirt ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard and relish on him. Head shaves – team head shaves and money collected goes toward team pledges.

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