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Ribbon Sugar Cookies for Fundraising

We’ve all done a variation of the classic fundraiser, the bake sale. But baked goods can be used for a much larger variety of activities than just bake sales. They key is to tie in your baked item to you cause, like making ribbon cookies. Serve them at fundraising events, sell kits to make sugar cookies at home (give all components along with a ribbon cookie cutter), or just make a batch to feed your volunteers.

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Fundraising in a Recession

It can be a lot more difficult to fundraise when people are struggling financially. When the economy is not doing so well, people don’t have the disposable income to give without thinking. It’s important that your fundraising organization like the Alzheimer’s Association find ways to get the most out of every little fundraiser you do. There are many ways to offset declining monetary gifts. Continue reading

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