If you sell consignment at your gala, you want the best items and price for your guests. That likely means sourcing from more than one vendor.Continue reading
It’s not that procuring “experiences” is “bad,” per se. But we should be clearer in offering advice to volunteers for fundraising auction procurement.Continue reading
Struggling to find silent auction items? Some appropriate items might be available on your local Buy Nothing site.Continue reading
As you socialize with friends and families this season, keep this auction acquisition tip in the back of your mind.Continue reading
If you work for an association, your live auction will have a few different items in it than a standard nonprofit auction. In this video, I give examples for four types of associations I’ve supported. Industry trade associations for businesses As…Continue reading
This auction donation — which became popularized during COVID-19 — will stick around long after coronavirus is gone.Continue reading
Auction consignment has often been for travel and experiential packages. Now, wine has entered the mix. Would your guests like a case of wine from Tuscany? Read on.Continue reading
Collaboration with other nonprofits can help you procure items that you’ve no access to otherwise. The proceeds are then split, as in these two examples.Continue reading
December is a popular month for socializing. Use this time with co-workers, friends, and family as a chance to conduct some auction reconnaissance.
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What’s the best way to handle auction donations that show up the day of your gala? Here are 4 ideas for handling those last-minute arrivals.
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