Message-ID: <4117-220027129122232110@mail4> From: "FundraisingHelp" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: tcptrace-bugs Involved in Fundraising? Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 20:22:32 +0800
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Corporate adopts charity
• The real estate franchise group L. J. Hooker adopted the charity Cystic Fibrosis two years ago as its corporate charity.
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• This initiative raised $185,000, which was boosted with a corporate donation of $50,000.
• This year they hope to at least surpass that success, particularly as the company has organised a charity house to be built in Brisbane with donated materials.
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Companies use charities for publicity
• There is a growing trend for companies to use charities to generate publicity - with or without the consent of the charity.
• The franchise hairdressing chain Just Cuts took a more responsible attitude and earned enormous publicity throughout NSW with its promotion to donate $1 to charity for every haircut in its salons on a Saturday in February.
• Their PR firm went to work and - by using photos from local salons - was able to get exposure for Just Cuts in various local newspapers.
• 64 salons participated and $25,000 was raised for the Sydney Children’s Hospital at Randwick.
Examples: “Community Focus” case studies from 99 Best Ever Fundraising and Earned Income Projects Vol.1
Celebrity chefs pool talents
• The annual luncheon catered by the Great Chefs of Adelaide raises over $50,000 for the Archbishop’s Appeal, and its beneficiary Anglicare.
• Most of the fine wine and food is donated, the chefs give their time for free, as do students from the Regency Hotel School - who do the support cooking and act as waiters for the 300+ guests.
• The event is held on a Sunday at the Adelaide Town Hall and is marketed to those who like to have a long Sunday lunch with friends.
Opportunity in credit card over-ride
• If you have a large number of affluent supporters on your database, credit card income could be of interest to you.
• For example, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals offers Amex credit cards to its database of 70,000 names.
• Amex will then pay a usage fee back to the animal welfare agency.
• The numbers work like this – if 5% of names take up the offer, and if they each spend $10,000 a year on their card, and if Amex pays 0.25% on usage, then the RSPCA will earn $87,500 annually.
• However the demographics of the RSPCA supporter base are unlikely to support these figures – firstly a typical supporter is unlikely to be in an age group that would be keen to accept another credit card, secondly they are unlikely to spend $10,000 annually on credit.
• All marketing expenses are met by Amex, and there is no breaching of Privacy Code legislation because you are marketing to your own members.
• Save the Children, AIDS Trust, and the Starlight Children’s Foundation are also part of a growing number of community business enterprises that offer a branded credit card issued by American Express.
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