A supply drive may help when the event doesn’t need any monetary gifts but it requests donations of various supplies. For instance, school supply drives can ask for things like backpacks, pens, pencils, and paper. Food drives may collect canned goods and other non-perishable foods for people in need. The best part about this fundraising event is that any organization can host a supply drive. You just need to have a dedicated list of items and ask your community members if they are willing to donate to your charity. To sum it up, whether you’re hosting a gala, a bake sale, or a raffle, there are a few things you can do to increase donations on the day of the event: Use fundraising software to automate common tasks and reduce workload Ask for monthly donations instead of one-time ones to increase your fundraising amount Plan inspiring events throughout the year and make sure they are marketed well By the end of your event, the guests should be explained everything about your non for profit event, its cause, and why they should care about it. If they can’t do that, you’ve missed out. More questions about what type of fundraising events will work for your non for profit organization? Contact PePP Services and learn more.