Last updated on December 14th, 2017 at 05:23 am
After months of fundraising by soliciting donations and filling out applications for grants, it is easy to get fundraising burnout before reaching your fundraising goal. So how are you going to achieve this objective with entertainment for your non profit when you have fundraising burnout? How about a planned event? These can take much time and energy, but it is possible to have a planned activity with minimal effort and rake in the money. To do this, you can book an act that will draw crowds and keep your potential donors entertained for several hours. If you book an act like this, then all you have to do is set up the when and where moreover, you will have the perfect setup to get a lot closer to your goal without irritating your fundraising burnout. We work with some acts to that would be great to book.
Don’t Let Fundraising Burnout Get You Down
If you think an auction is a way to go for your fundraising event, then live event painter Heidi Schwartz is the person you want to book. While everyone is enjoying themselves, Heidi will paint a picture of the event live, and then auction that painting off to the highest bidder as well, all in the name of charity.
Sand art is an effective way to tell your donors the reason they are donating to your cause, and Joe Castillo is one of the best at it. By arranging sand on a screen, he can tell a story that will move his audience and even remind you why you are raising money for this cause.
You can always keep people entertained by making them laugh. Add some music and you have the perfect act. Matt Jernigan will sing parodies of songs like “Should I Sneeze or Should I Blow” instead of Clash’s hit “Should I Stay or Should I Go” as well as play guitar. He likes making fun of the way commercials have ruined many songs over the years.
Another comedic act that will draw the crowds is comedian Jeff Allen who talks about everyday life in a hilarious yet encouraging way. He has said to have inspired and encouraged many people in married life and starting parenthood. He is had parts in comedy skits on Comedy Central, Showtime, and Vh1.
He is the first comedian ever to reach the finals on America’s Got Talent, and he deserves it. He is now a rising star frequently winning competitions in comedy and making appearances on TV, including on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Today Show, and The Late Late Show. He is a fantastic act that will have the audience falling out of their chairs with laughter.
No matter what choice you take, they are all great for your fundraising event and will give you a break to get over your burnout.