Success Takes Work!
Successful fundraisers do require a lot of work on your part to pull off, mostly in the marketing but can be incredibly rewarding once you’ve raised all that money. You can imagine yourself donating the money to your cause and how good that will feel.
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Let’s Do The Math
Just to give you some quick figures let’s imagine your cost for entertainment is $2,000.00. If you charge $30 per ticket and sell just 100 in your community you’ve just made $1,000.00 for your cause!
Now imagine putting together a Dinner and Show Deal that’s $60 Per ticket, the dinner costs you $20 so you profit $40 per ticket sold. You then sell 100 tickets for the show and 30 tickets for Dinner and Show you’ve made a total of $2,200.00. That’s just from ticket sales let alone drink sales, food sales, charity auction items and other merchandise sales.
Keeping these figures in mind you will need a minimum of 70 paying audience members to break even on your entertainment costs in the scenario above. If you are not comfortable with the idea of being able to get that many people down to the event you might need to look at other solutions for your entertainment unless you find a corporate sponsor to fund the entertainment so that you can still make some profits for your cause.
"The entertainment at the awards, the hypnotist, was the best I have seen for years had us all in stitches, excellent fun."Jeanna ScottKandu Finance Solutions
"Fantastic show! I'd suggest it to all of my friends. Great for a laugh, especially if you're up on stage!"The GovJack May
"Isaac provided a very entertaining hour of hilarious anecdotes and suggested behaviours through the art of hypnosis. His professionalism ensured the participants and our audience were safe and did not cross any ethical or moral boundaries. With almost 100 staff and guests in attendance, Isaac managed the audience effectively with his captivating presence. It was a great night – highly recommended for a light-hearted staff social event."Pete GardenGreat Southern Rail