Three Key Ideas to have a Successful Fundraiser during COVID-19

Fundraising this spring looks different. There are new challenges being posed to our organizations, but that does not mean you need to cancel your fundraising. Here are Ryan’s top tips for running a successful fundraiser during COVID-19. 1. Work with … Read More

Community Assistance Funds: How & Why

Schools are going to great lengths to support their students in these challenging times. Today we want to share with you how some schools are using assistance funds to help their students & families, not only during the COVID-19 pandemic … Read More

School Fundraising in a time of Social Isolation

With schools closing & social distancing requirements going into place, many organizations are going to feel the effects of cancelled fundraisers. Here are some ideas that can help you still reach your fundraising goals while helping your community stay safe … Read More

Step by Step Tips on how to run a Successful Golf Tournament Fundraiser with Classmunity

One of the most popular ways to raise money for clubs and teams is through a golf outing.  It is common for groups to make $10,000 – $100,000 on one golf event.  Below are step by step instructions for running … Read More

Fundraiser Tweaks Parents will be Thankful For

by Shannon Mastey Parents play a huge role in school fundraisers. They provide transportation, supervise kids, and help raise funds. Despite their importance, communication with parents can be a challenge. Educators interact with parents much more infrequently than they interact … Read More

10 Easy Tips to Raise More Money

by Ryan Anderson   Effective fundraising is critical for athletic programs and other extracurricular programs. During my time as an athletic director and coach, I learned a lot about the best ways to fund raise. Below are my 10 Easy … Read More

6 Tips for Using Social Media in Your Fundraiser

by Shannon Mastey For a fundraiser to be successful, it needs to reach a large audience – this means it has to be promoted as much as possible. The prevalence of social media makes it a critical aspect of fundraiser … Read More

Dear Willow: Cash & Check

Dear Willow is a recurring column authored by Classmunity’s support maven, Willow Macy. In it Willow shares some of her most frequently asked about challenges and their solutions. Dear Willow, I’m reaching out to pick your brain about the best … Read More

Dear Willow: Summer Events

Dear Willow is a recurring column authored by Classmunity’s support maven, Willow Macy. In it Willow shares some of her most frequently asked about challenges and their solutions. Dear Willow, We are gearing up for our summer full of athletic … Read More

Fundraising for Large Campaigns: Team Building

Welcome to Part 3 of the Fundraising for Large Campaigns blog series. In this series we will share best practices from your peers who have been successful with large fundraising campaigns. If you’re new to the series, you may want … Read More

Fundraising for Large Campaigns: Preparing Materials

Welcome to Part 2 of the Fundraising for Large Campaigns blog series. In this series we will share best practices from your peers who have been successful with large fundraising campaigns. If you’re new to the series, you may want … Read More

Students in the Loads to Success program work hard to make a positive impact.

Success: Beloit Builds Skills and Gives Back

Laundering clothes doesn’t usually make the list of high impact educational experiences. Most high schools provide students with a variety of educational activities: field trips, extra circulars, and other hands on activities. Cody Klintworth and Lori Lange, Special Education teachers … Read More

Have Your Fundraising Policies Kept Up With Technology?

We all have seen intriguing fundraising campaigns that come across our social media news feeds. I’ll never forget watching the viral video of Karen the bullied bus monitor and the associated Indiegogo campaign to a fund a vacation for Karen. … Read More