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Promote Your Fundraiser

March 18, 2019

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 Golf events are great fundraisers


Now, you’re ready to get the word out to your supporters and get them as hyped as you are.


Need some help getting started? Follow these four steps to fill your fundraising event.


1. Plan a three-part email series

Email marketing should be at the core of your event promotion strategy.


Plan to send at least three emails:


Event Announcement – This initial email serves as your Save the Date. Send as soon as the date is nailed down, so your attendees can plan ahead.


Event Reminder – When you have more of the event logistics solidified, send an email invitation that highlights the main attractions of your fundraiser.


Last-Chance Email – Create a sense of urgency with your subscribers to boost last-minute RSVPs.


Keep all your emails short and sweet, so readers can make a snap decision and act fast. Focus on a picture, paragraph, and call-to-action in your emails — then provide more details on your event landing page.


With the majority of emails now read on a mobile device, make sure you’re using a mobile-responsive email template and that people can RSVP on a mobile device.


2. Extend your reach with social media

While email marketing allows you to reach your audience directly in the inbox, social media is a little trickier. Social media algorithms restrict the number of people you can reach on most channels.

Focus on visual content, which performs best on channels like Facebook and Instagram. Consider making a short Facebook Live video or Instagram Story to show how your organization is prepping for your big event.


Tip: Don’t forget to include a link to your event landing page or details for how viewers can sign up.


You can also look for opportunities to repurpose photos from last year’s event. Share a photo with a caption that relives a great memory, then encourage people to sign up for this year’s event.