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Ten ways to become a Top Relay FUNdraising Team
The best fundraising tool you can use is promoting your personal fundraising page, which you can access through the Participant Centre after you've signed up. The Participant Centre makes it easier than ever.
Encourage your family and friends to make a donation online. Online donations also help you to recruit and communicate with your supporters and track your progress.
Need some more help getting your team’s fundraising started? Here are 10 simple tips to help make your fundraising easy and successful:
Just a Few Examples of Team Fundraisers
Cigarette Vending Machine Demolition - charge money for people to take a swing at it with a mallet (remove glass first)
Company Contribution - solicit a specific donation from your organization above and beyond that raised by your team and apply the credit for incentives for all team members
Auction (Silent or Live) - hold the event at your business, in your neighborhood, or at church. Ask for contributions of unique items. Display the items (or descriptions) prior to the event. Hold the auction over lunch or at a convenient time.
Bake for Cure's Sake - Hold a Friday bake sale at work so employees will have treats for the weekend. Encourage breakfast items, as well as sweets like bars and cookies.
Car Wash- an oldie, but a goodie. This works great for high school teams.
Quilting - do you have a team that makes quilts? Make quilt squares in honor and in memory of people with cancer. Ask for a contribution for different sizes: a 4" square for $5, an 8" square for $15, and a 12" square for $25. Display the quilt at a public location.
Photo Contest- hold a "stumper" photo contest. Ask employees to bring a baby or childhood photo of themselves that they believe no one can identify. Ask for a donation to make a guess. Give winners a contributed prize.
Ask for Contributions for:
- The shirt off your back. Donors pay $ to write their names on the back of the shirt that gets worn for 24 hours
- Food, any kind, anyway, anywhere
- Art, both professional and student