Take your fundraising to the next level!

  Fundraising can be a difficult task but it is a necessary aspect of many help and charity organizations. Animal shelters, rescues, and other nonprofit organizations often rely on the generosity of others to help fund their causes and help out animals in need. We hope that by following these tips you can hone in your fundraising efforts for greater results towards your cause.


Step 1. Define the purpose and goal of the fundraiser:
Clearly state what you are trying to achieve and the amount of money you hope to raise.


Step 2. Identify your target audience:
Who will be interested in supporting your cause and what motivates them to give?


Step 3. Choose the right fundraising platform:
Consider online platforms like GoFundMe or Kickstarter, or traditional methods such as bake sales or charity runs.


Step 4. Develop a marketing and communication plan:
How will you reach your target audience and what messages will you use to encourage them to support your fundraiser?


Step 5. Set a realistic budget:
Determine how much money you need to raise and what expenses you will incur in the process.


Step 6. Establish partnerships and collaborations:
Reach out to businesses, organizations, and individuals who may be willing to support your fundraiser.


Step 7. Offer incentives and rewards:
People are more likely to donate if they receive something in return. Consider offering merchandise, discounts, or experiences to donors. Our candles and sprays make great giveaway prizes for other pet owners who would be more willing to donate funds towards animals in need.


Step 8. Utilize social media:
Use platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to promote your fundraiser and reach a wider audience.


Step 9. Encourage peer-to-peer fundraising:
Ask friends and family members to help spread the word and raise funds on your behalf.


Step 10. Evaluate and measure success:
Keep track of your progress and make adjustments to your strategy as needed. After the fundraiser, analyze the results and determine what worked well and what can be improved for future events.