What are the best coaches, educators, and school administrators doing right now? Strong leaders are finding creative ways to move forward — virtual performances, live streaming of events and more — anything to continue to give their students and community an impactful experience.
Maybe there won't be games to play or musicals to perform in this year, but that doesn't mean the future needs to be put on hold. The best leaders and fans understand that fundraising now is the way to continue to build a lasting program.
These groups (and more) raised $50,000+ in 2020.
When a group leader believes in the value of their program and encourages their
participants to feel that belief within themselves, they can accomplish great things,
both for their current program and also for the future.
Even in trying times, programs are setting themselves up for success with Snap Raise.
The Directors of Homewood Band, who raised $112k with Snap Raise, said:
Participants are now able to enter emails ahead of time, giving you and your group ample opportunity to gather as many emails as possible. In the days leading up to the start of your fundraiser, you can monitor the progress of the pre-loaded emails and make sure 100% of your kids have all 20 emails. Now that’s a recipe for success!
80% of donors are outside of a school’s zip code, where the average donation comes from 276 miles away! And the exciting news is that communities want to rally behind their youth now more than ever. We’re seeing more donations per participant and more per campaign on average that last year.