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DipJar Success Stories
When it comes to fundraising, time is money, literally. Whether it be daily collections at a front desk or event collections, nonprofits need to be working on fundraising at all times.
Natick High School tries an advanced approach to fundraising for their after the prom party and experiences massive success. Natick sets a great example for how schools can use DipJar to their advantage.
Our goal is to help you be as succesful with your DipJars as possible! We tell our nonprofit partners that setting DipJar to a higher dollar amounts almost always yields a higher intake of donations. We crunched the numbers to outline why this true, as well as provide you with suggestions on how to maximize donations for your nonprofit.
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Nonprofits used fun and creative fundraising strategies to execute these large-scale events. DipJar played an integral role in making these fundraisers a success!
Child's Play, a game industry charity, had a booth at a 4 day gaming convention, PAX East. Their fun and interactive fundraising strategy brought in $3,460 with $20 dips!
We've connected with many of our nonprofit partners and chatted about some of the reasons they love fundraising with DipJar!
A high school loses funding for their robotics program and the local community comes together to help save the kid's favorite activity. A couple DipJars and a small room of people can still make a big impact.
Susan G. Komen New England held their second annual Catwalk for the Cure fundraiser featuring breast cancer survivors wearing pieces created by local designers.
Dress for Success Boston held their Style + Soul fashion show fundraiser on March 1st and raised $3,575 with DipJar! This event raised money to help women break the cycle of poverty by providing them with clothing and confidence to gain financial independence and respect.
Central Square Theater is a nonprofit theater located in Cambridge, MA. They rely on the help of generous donors to be able to put on inspiring productions, like those of the Front Porch Arts Collective, every week. Raising over $20,000 with DipJar makes them donation solicitation experts, and we want to share some of their best tips!
The Big Sister Association of Greater Boston played a game of chance at their latest fundraiser which helped them surpass their $10,000 fundraising goal.
Jared Walker of Dollar For Portland has 6 EASY STEPS for any nonprofit to collect donations using DipJar every single day with minimal manpower, and a HUGE return on investment. When you're not holding events, approach businesses to get your DipJars collecting donations at all times.
Feeding Our Communities Partners uses $22 dips to help feed hungry kids.
Deeds Not Words - a young women's advocacy training organization - hosted #DeedsFest using a DipJar to sell T-Shirts.
Phi Alpha Tau, at Emerson College set their DipJars to higher dollar amounts which resulted in a huge fundraising success.
Going cashless with DipJar helped the Salvation Army of Chattanooga bring a lot more donations during the 2016 holiday season.
Alpha Epsilon Phi at Boston University went cashless at their latest fundraiser, Phi Carnival, to raise money for Sharsheret and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
The Rotary Club of Georgetown, Texas hosted their first ever Field of Honor event over the past week. So far, they have raised over $8,500 using DipJar to support and honors veterans and first responders.
The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is an expert at daily, on-site donation collection. With DipJar, they were able to surpass their annual fundraising goal three months ahead of schedule
The YMCA of the North Shore creatively uses their DipJars (often for several hundred dollar individual donations) to reach donors spanning their association's range of needs, demographics and fundraising goals.
DipJars very often pay for themselves after one event, or after a few days of thoughtful consistent use. With strategic use, proper signage and a demonstration, many organizations find that the cost is completely forgotten when they see an increase in donations.
Not only is it a great fundraising tool, but you can use it as a point of sales system as well! Here are some examples of DipJar successfully selling everything from t-shirts to art books.
The Friends of Kansas City Public Library raised $3,300 at their ContraBanned event! There were different ways to donate: cash, check, PayPal and DipJar. DipJar was the big winner racking in more donations than all the other giving platforms.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention hosted their Boston Area Walk last weekend. AFSP raised over $3,400 using branded DipJars at the event. The walk helped raise awareness and funds for an amazing cause.
The Front Porch Arts Collective put on a performace of An Issue of Blood Monday night that both entertained the audience and racked in numerous donations, doubling their previous fundraising efforts, using DipJar.
Greater Good owner, Paul Wengender, took it upon himself to donate a keg of his freshly brewed Citra, their Imperial Belgian IPA, to help Worcester Cares raise funds for the Hurricane Harvey relief.
Last Friday, the DipJar team attended Worcester Cares - Disaster Relief Community Response, an event thrown by United Way and Red Cross.
The DipJar team went out to Boston Common to raise money for the Greater Boston Food Bank in order to help make an impact in our own community.