Weekly Fundraising Success Roundup 5/7/2018
We want to help better connect the DipJar community! These weekly roundups will share some of our customer's DipJar tips and best practices. Here are the most creative and successful fundraising stories from the past week:
Natick High School
Natick High School hosted a fundraiser at an event where 8th graders and their families toured the high school and learned about sports, clubs and activities. The parent committee carried around 3 DipJars; set at $10, $15 and $20. The portability of the DipJars ensured there were always multiple places at the event for people to donate. It also allowed for in depth conversations with donors, and a more personal giving experience. The DipCast screen helped to spark conversation as well. DipJar and DipCast helped Natick High School reach their fundraising goal in just one hour, instead of their typical six hour fundraisers.
Artisans Asylum is a makerspace in Boston, MA. They participated in a community "open studio" weekend where people were welcome to tour the space, see the artwork and make donations. DipCast made the donors feel like they were truly making a difference when their $5, $20 or $50 donation was instantly added to the fundraising total. The language and logo on the screen also made it clear where the donations were going. Three different dollar amounts made it so there were options for everybody to donate regardless of their budget. Stay tuned for more on both of these DipCast fundraisers!