Last updated on July 4th, 2019 at 06:40 am
Fundraising events are one of the best ways charities get donations. The two things a nonprofit organization must think about the most are how to raise more funds and how to create a pleasant experience for the attendees.
We will be talking about the latter today, specifically about three great charity event entertainment ideas.
The goal of charity event entertainment
It is important that the attendees have fun at your fundraiser, but to maximize the efficiency of your event, you have to take more aspects into consideration. The entertainment you provide should represent your organization and the cause you are raising funds for.
Choose the entertainment in a way that complements the goal of the fundraiser itself. This will ensure the clarity of the message you are trying to convey.
1. Unique raffles
Many charity events hold raffles because they are both fun and profitable. Because of how common this practice has become, people are no longer so attracted to the notion.
The solution is to come up with new and unique raffle ideas. Outdoors fundraisers have the most potential for such activities because of the extra space they have.
An example of a unique raffle is a rubber duck race. If the event is held somewhere close to a river, get a large number of rubber ducks, write a number on each one, and sell tickets for each number.
You will then release the ducks at the same time into the river, and the first duck to reach the finish line wins. The person who got the winning number gets the prize.
If you are raising money for the environment, a rubber duck race will also show people how the river looked like before releasing the duck race and after.
By cleaning up after the event, you convey the importance of keeping the environment clean.
2. A theatrical production
Because of TV and the Internet, people do not go to the theater as much as they used to. However, that does not mean people do not like seeing live plays.
The fact that theater is not such a big thing anymore is beneficial for you, since it will make your charity event entertainment more unique and interesting.
The downside of organizing a play is that you will have to invest a considerable amount of time into it. You will need to plan many details, get the necessary props, and the actors need to rehearse. Despite all this, a well put together play could turn a fundraiser into a resounding success.
Besides being a great selling point, a theatrical production is a great way of raising awareness about education and its importance. It shows people how beautiful literature is, and you can focus on the fact that many children do not get the chance to experience it.
3. Book a speaker
A great way of providing quality entertainment and raising awareness about your cause is to get a speaker. Whether it is through comedy or motivational speeches, a great entertainer can show the people why it is important to donate while still being entertaining.
A speaker is not necessarily just a person who speaks into a microphone either. Many entertainers incorporate live music, painting, and other storytelling methods into their act, thus creating an unforgettable experience for the people attending.
The charity event entertainment will wildly differ depending on whom you get. Each speaker has their style and way of engaging with the audience. You can surely find an entertainer whose style complements the goals and culture of your organization.
Discuss your goal with the speaker you are booking and together you can decide the topics they will approach. This way, the people attending will not only have fun but also get more invested in helping your cause.
You might think that finding the right speaker would take too much, but that is completely untrue. Get in touch with us and we will help you find the right entertainer to help you make a difference.
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