Pet shelters are often underfunded, leading them to not be able to accept all of the animals that need a place to stay. One of the best ways to show that you care for pets in your community, outside of adopting them of course, is to organize a fundraiser that benefits the shelter. There are many types of fundraisers to choose from, but they all involve the same basic set of steps you'll need to do for a successful event.
|Photos with Santa is always a popular winter fundraiser.|
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|Silent auctions and raffles with donated items make|
for successful and lucrative fundraisers.
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5. Host Your Event: After planning your fundraiser, it's time to step up to the plate and actually put on a great event. Make sure to have fun with it, because your enthusiasm will be contagious among the attendees. The most successful fundraisers are often ones that people really enjoy.
Cameron Tyler uses an online hosting service to help build the relationships he makes when putting on a fundraiser or charitable event