In the warmer weather, non-profit fundraisers take to the great outdoors in the form of runs, walks, and golf outings, as well as other, less traditional event types.  One major advantage of outdoor fundraisers is the low cost of public spaces like parks.  You’ll want to start planning early, however, because many public venues need to be reserved at least six months in advance.  It’s also important to be prepared for extreme or inclement weather.  Finally, to ensure a smooth experience for donors and event participants, be sure to select the right online fundraising platform to support your event.

For more details on how to plan a successful outdoor fundraiser, check out Crowdster’s contribution to @Pay’s blog.


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