We can create a program for your single event or multiple events. Our unique administrative program provides just what you need for a successful program.

Incentives are a Fundraising Tool

Building and administering Fundraising Incentive Programs for Non-profits since 1992 has given us a unique advantage over our competitors. Proudly we created and launched one of the most successful nationwide fundraising programs for American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life.

We’ve learned how to work with staff and volunteers at all levels of event activity and organizational responsibilities. Creating a fundraising culture, building income and maintaining good retention have been hallmarks of this successful program.

We have learned the dangers and warning signs and more importantly what is required to achieve success.

Our mission remains to be the best partner with non-profits in creating a fundraising culture. We understand that fundraising incentives are 100% of our business, however, for non-profits this is only a small piece of any successful event. Our goal is to provide the most effective fundraising tools possible for each organization.

As a partner we will work with staff and volunteers to focus on the key areas that insure success. We know time for staff involvement is very limited, so we offer to fill the gap. While presenting ‘Best Practices Models’, we do not push staff to implement; rather, we invite them to participate in exciting activities that yield the desired results for success. We look for staff champions who are excited about our efforts and want to use fundraising incentives to increase their event income.

We have consistently seen successful results from our programs despite the bad economy since 2006 and the extreme organizational changes within the non-profit community. Fundraising incentive programs continue to be a very successful fundraising tool including:
1) Providing an effective successful tool for building a “Fundraising Culture”
2) Establishing a simple and unified program that can be controlled by the HQ staff.
3) Increasing event income, reducing costs and containing expenses.
4) Improving retention, recruitment and helps market brand/mission in local communities.