Hello fellow readers!
I’m going to have a little fundraising series. That seriously won’t be much. I’m not planning on fundraising too much, just mostly working. But I will have to do a little bit of fundraising.
Literally what I think of fundraising.
But, it’s good, I always learn quite a lot when I fund-raise.
For this fundraiser I need to:
- Find out what I’m selling
- Do I need to make a brochure?
- Figure out how I’m going to sell it (door to door, business to business, etc.)
- Find out what my target audience is
- Set deadlines what needs to be done, and when
- Make it happen
- Don’t slack off. ( I’ll go into more detail on when I write a post on how I raised $7,000)
I have everything done from 1-5 1/2
- I’m selling Yoder meats (here in Kansas)
- My dearest dad when ahead and made it without me knowing. Awh. Thanks dad.
- I am doing my foreign exchange with Rotary International, and originally I was going to go to all of the meetings myself, but since they were during school I could not afford to lose weeks worth of school. So one of the leaders in Rotary is going anyways, so we made a fundraising video. about a minute or so long. Talking about the meats and why you should make my life easier by buying it. P.S. Talking in front of a camera is really hard.
- My target audience is mainly older people, and some in their 30’s or 40’s
- It needed to be done and the clubs visited by Christmas.
- It’s still in the process, but It’s getting along pretty well.
- DO I HAFTA?
Yes, you do Jessie, and you will suck it up and do it. <– A daily conversation I have with myself.
But I do it, because raising money can get you to places like LONDON.
That’s in the London Eye. We were all jet lagged and so tired, but MAN it was amazing.
I climbed a really big rock in Scotland.
While wearing a sweatshirt I got in Wales. 😀
I go to do this all thanks to fundraising.
So every time I whine to myself, I really know that its worth it.
Till next time!