Here is how you can offer fundraisers to your Facebook fans with one simple link.
Damon from Lexington, KY shares his experience of using GroupRaise to host local organizations at his Mellow Mushroom locations.
So you’ve just received an email about a new fundraiser request. This means a group nearby has chosen your restaurant and requested a fundraiser for a specific date online. Here are the 3 steps to turn this request into an awesome experience!
Once you’ve successfully hosted the organization, simply tally up all the receipts from the box and report the sales amount online to let the organizer know.
It’s the day of the event! Before customers flood in, you need to make sure you have done 2 things:
By now, your group is doing their part of promoting the event in order to bring the best outcome. Here are 3 things we suggest on your end to make it an amazing experience.
Every penny made from hosting a fundraiser is incremental, precisely because fundraisers don’t interfere with your daily business. And this is how & why restaurants profit ($$) by giving back a percentage.
In our previous post, we've learned about how a restaurant makes 100% increase in daily profit from hosting a fundraiser. But, we know the execution isn't all that easy.
It's usually your employees (not your managers) interacting with customers and answering questions. Next time your customer asks about your fundraising program, they will walk away well informed thanks to your trained employees.
How many PTA moms do you think visit your store on a weekly basis? What about sorority sisters? Did you ever wonder if they knew about your fundraising program? With in-store POP, problem = solved.
You cannot miss out on promoting on Facebook and Twitter, simply because EVERYBODY is on them nowadays. Here are the tips to make them super effective: