Posts Tagged ‘travelpledge’

Be the first to promote Machu Picchu at your fundraiser

Tweet GREAT new getaways ready for your next fundraiser We’re excited to showcase our new line of packages ready to roll for your next auction or fundraiser. Whether you’re looking to keep it stateside or journey a bit further, these getaways will be sure to entice a friendly bidding war for a great cause. Click the ...

Pre-Bidding Equals Auction Success

TweetGone are the days of paper bidding sheets and limited auctions. Welcome to the world of online auctions and increased event revenue. Current technology can bring the bidder to you or you to the bidder, days, or even weeks, before your auction. Bidders can be in your home town or on the other side of ...

IT’S YOUR WORLD: EXPLORE IT!

04.17.2017 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetFor your next fundraiser, include a flexible vacation voucher in your auction for a luxury getaway and let your bidders select a destination and residence of their choosing (valued at $10,000). Your winning bidders will select from a portfolio, comprised of luxury homes within the Quintess Collection, that has a rotating inventory of various weeks in ...

Marketing to Millennials

04.07.2017 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetThe Millennials that marketing firms have been preparing for have arrived. The Millennial generation are today’s recent college graduates and rising corporate stars. They are also the prime audience for nonprofits as organizations seek to build revenue and replace volunteers and donors who have stepped off the proverbial Ferris wheel. In order for nonprofits to ...

Vital Volunteers

03.28.2017 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Charity Events

TweetVolunteers are the lifeblood of any nonprofit organization, and showing appreciation to the dedicated team who keeps your organization operating is vital. The calendar offers plenty of opportunities to recognize volunteers, as well as recruit new team members. Know how to maximize these dates for your organization. The last week of April is designated as ...