Some of the most popular fundraisers involve food, so why not host a pizza night or spaghetti dinner. Both are super easy to pull off and can be a lot of fun for your group.
Did you know that many local grocery stores host volunteer baggers for charity fundraising? Why not give your favorite store a call to see if they’ll sponsor your group as baggers for a day. Bagging is a quick and easy fundraising idea that allows you to help those in your community and raise funds at the same time.
No matter the time of year, everyone loves homemade baked goods. Whether it’s a gourmet apple tart, or grandma’s oatmeal cookies, people flock to bake sales. Since bake sales are relatively easy, it’s a great way to get a group involved in raising money for Variety of Greater Kansas City. Follow a few of our tips to make your event go off without a hitch:
Does your community or school have a festival, fair or carnival coming up? If so, we have some great ideas on activities your group can host for a fun day of fundraising.
The older you get, the more it seems the less you need or want during the holidays or birthdays. Instead of saying, “I don’t know what I want”, tell your friends and family you’d like donations to your favorite charity. Variety of Greater Kansas City makes it easy to donate online, and each contribution goes towards a child in need. By donating to Variety, children are given the gift of mobility.
During the warmer months, there’s nothing better than a hotdog and some ice cream for dessert. Why not combine the two into a treat stand? No, we’re not talking about a hotdog sundae. Your group could host a hotdog cook out and also serve sundaes.