We have conducted 4 Thermomix raffles all of which have been quite successful so I thought I would share the secret of their success. I was surprised to learn from a friend that the Thermomix has apparently been around for many years. My ignorance regarding kitchen devices aside, many of you may have noticed that […]
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Mother’s Day events such as a breakfast, high teas or chick flick movie sessions can be the ideal opportunity to do a little extra fundraising. Having a captive audience with attendees in good spirit makes the fundraising “Ask” that little bit easier. Schools can also conduct a Mother’s Day raffle to coincide with their Mother’s […]
Sourcing raffle prizes can give you one giant headache so RaffleLink have devised some tips to help you choose raffle prizes that will sell tickets. We’ve also put our heads together to begin compiling a mega list of raffle prize ideas and we’d love you to add to it. But first, here are a few […]
In Australia raffles are considered to be gambling and each state has its own raffle regulations overseen by a government body. When planning a raffle your first consideration should be to review the raffle regulations for Queensland to ensure your raffle is legal. Are you an eligible association? In QLD an “eligible association” may conduct […]
For non-profit organisations, adding an online raffle to your fundraising event can be a fabulous way a gaining extra financial support from event goers as well as capturing their contact details to grow your database. Consider adding a raffle to a sporting event or challenge, BBQ or picnic, high tea, festival, fete, community market, […]
In Australia raffles are considered to be gambling and each state has its own raffle regulations overseen by a government body. New South Wales is one of the easiest states in which to conduct a raffle. A decent size raffle may be conducted without any government permit paperwork which is fantastic news especially for small […]
In Australia raffles are considered to be gambling and each state has its own raffle regulations overseen by a government body. So, when planning a raffle your first consideration should be to review the raffle regulations for Victoria. Before you toss your raffle plan into the “too hard basket” let me reassure you that, in […]
It is a question we receive almost weekly at RaffleLink. Perhaps the person is travelling overseas to participate in a competition or requires an operation for a medical condition, the reasons are many and varied. The short answer is you are unable to use a raffle to fundraise for an individual. Raffles are considered to […]
Social change is very evident in modern day schools with time-poor parents struggling to meet the volunteer commitment which was the backbone to school fundraising in earlier decades. By harnessing fundraising tools to help them work smarter and not harder, organisers can coordinate a decent school raffle fundraiser with much less effort. This year we […]
By going online with their corporate fundraising raffle this year, Chartered Accountants ANZ were able to raise $8150 for their chosen charity, National Breast Cancer Foundation. Chartered Accountants ANZ wanted to capture pre-event raffle ticket sales for those who would not attend their High Tea event, as well as making ticket purchases at the event […]