DIY Fundraising

Do it yourself fundraising

Can be a fun way to get the family involved, while giving back and helping to raise awareness. Below are just a few DIY fundraising ideas.

THE AWARENESS PROJECT (TAP) wants you to know we are very appreciative of your time and efforts. Please let us know if we can assist you in your fundraising campaign. 

Silent Auctions- 

Ask local businesses and individuals if they would like to donate items to your silent auction. Common items include gift cards to restaurants, signed memorabilia, lessons from a professional of some kind, gift baskets, and more!

Host a Golf Tournament-

A leisurely golf tournament is a great way to get to know some of the movers and shakers in your community and ask for their support of TAP.

Charge an entrance fee for individuals or teams. Once the tournament is over, you can give a speech or an informal talk and ask for donations or other types of support from your participants.

Battle of the Bands-

A Battle of the Bands event can be an opportunity to raise money for TAP and a chance for local talent to get their music out into the community.

Create a physical and online sign up sheet for local bands who want to register. Spread the word about your event on social media, via email, and with flyers. Charge a few dollars at the door or sell tickets online beforehand. - 

Hold a Car Wash-

A car wash is an easy fundraising idea because it gets everyone outside. Plus, a car wash is an incredibly simple fundraiser to pull off.

All you need are the suds, water, some sponges, and signs for advertising. Simply charge around $5 per car!

Rally a group of eager volunteers to stand a safe distance from the road and draw attention to your car wash with signs.

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Email: info@tapforlife.org

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