Posted by Jenny Stemmley on May 26, 2014
There is no question that memorial bricks offer organizations a cost-effective method of raising needed funds. Selling bricks for fundraising doesn’t require you to purchase a lot of the product in the hopes of guessing accurately at how many people will want to purchase them. Instead, you sell the bricks at a price that is higher than the cost to you and keep the difference as a profit. You don’t pay or place the order until the donor purchases a brick, so there’s no inventory to keep track of and no possibility of excess supply when the campaign is complete.
Sometimes organizations consider these types of fundraisers but aren’t sure how to go about setting up a project. Fundraising Brick will help you set up the perfect project for your specific needs. Projects can be designed to accommodate any size fundraiser, whether you are considering a small wall inset designed in tile or an entire building made of bricks.
The important thing is to determine what the project will encompass and a timeframe for the completion of both fundraising and creation of your end project. While often times the engraved bricks are actually used to construct the building, memorial, etc. for which funds were being raised, it is also possible to use fundraising bricks to raise money for a special initiative or program, where physical construction isn’t necessary. In this case, you are able to create a visually appealing structure to recognize your donors in addition to funding the underlying cause. There are many ways to effectively use fundraising bricks, but some of the most popular projects include:
Take advantage of the many benefits of a brick fundraiser by creating the perfect project for your needs. Learn more about Fundraising Brick by calling 855-274-2574.