Fundraising events shine the spotlight brightly on event day, event week and beyond, if you do it right. Why should we run auction fundraisers? Each organization has a different answer to this question. There are pros and cons to each type of fundraiser, depending on the audience, your in-house capabilities and your resources. In this
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When the fundraising auction fails, who is at fault? In this post, we learn who was most responsible at 3 flopped auctions — school administration, the auctioneer, and fate.
In April during the busiest part of my travel season, I received an email from the company Feedspot. “I would like to personally congratulate you,” the email began, “Your blog at Red Apple Auctions has been selected by our panelists as one of the Top 25 Auction Blogs on the web.” Woohoo! The Red Apple… Read On >
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When someone points at you, it’s usually for negative reasons — a reprimand or an accusation. That’s why pointing isn’t welcome in my fundraising auctions.
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What’s the quickest way to freshen up your fundraising auction? Hold it in a new venue. Here are ideas.
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