'Check' out these fun and easy to implement fundraising tips. GoRaise has lots of money making ideas to help your team with it's fundraising efforts
|wdt_ID||Fundraising idea||Fundraising type||Potential||Time required|
|1||Local Sponsorship||Corporate||High||A bit|
|3||Second Hand Equipment Sale||Event||High||A bit|
|4||Parents Vs. Team||Event||Medium||A bit|
|5||Match Day Tuck Shop||Event||High||A bit|
|6||125 Fundraising Ideas||Variety||High||A bit|
Why not approach a local shop in the area and see if they would like to sponsor a particular part for the team’s requirements. Perhaps they could help cover kit costs, physio costs or travel expenses. The first place to ask about local sponsorship is within the team as parents are usually in the know about potential opportunities.
Selling off old unwanted sports equipment for a sport that is equipment heavy and costly is a great way to raise funds and help others out. Jerseys, padding, sticks that that do not fit any longer can generate some cash for the team instead of dust in the garage.
Using sites like We Are Print Social teams can put together a range of apparel that supporters can buy into and the great thing is there is no startup cost. The apparel is only made if it is purchased and therefore the costs can be integrated into the final price of the garment. The merchandise is of a high standard that looks awesome on your supporters around town.
Many parents will have been fidgeting in the stands for years, desperate to join in. Well, now is their chance. Organise a charity game pitting the adults against the children.
Ever been stood watching on the sidelines and wished you’d brought a flask along? So have all the other spectators. Get a small table, a hot water dispenser, and head to a nearby wholesaler for some teabags, coffee and biscuits. Sell snacks and refreshments at all your home games and use the funds gathered to support the club.
Once a month, why not organise a regular social where the whole team, friends, and the family gets together and watches a movie. If you are a university team, you may be able to find a lecture hall that you can use in the evening. Sell tickets and refreshments to boost your club funds.
All clubs have their own unique rules, cultures and fan base. But what every club has in common is the need to raise money for their sports club. Check out what some of the other types of sports club do to raise money.