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Most Common Reasons to Fundraise at a Restaurant

Last updated 2 years ago

Fundraising is a great way to help your school, church, or any other organization collect money and spread a positive message. However, the success of your fundraising event depends greatly on what type of event you hold. Many people choose to opt for a “Dine In Night” at a local family restaurant where people can enjoy a delicious meal knowing that the proceeds will go to a good cause. Here are just a few of the advantages to choosing to hold a fundraiser at a casual dining venue:

  • More participation: Drawing a crowd to bake sales or charity raffles can be challenging, but many people will enjoy an affordable and delicious meal to support your cause.
  • Easy planning: All you have to do to organize a restaurant fundraiser is put together a flashy flyer and distribute it to friends, family, and people in your neighborhood. The family restaurant does the rest, from the menu to the decorations. The more flyers you circulate, the more successful your event will be.
  • No overhead costs: The benefit of restaurant fundraisers is that there is no cost to hold the event. You simply collect a percentage of the profits made from the food ordered by people attending your event. This is a great advantage over other events such as raffles and door-to-door sales because you don’t have to deduct funds from your profits.
  • Quick way to raise money: You can plan a Dine In Night in about a week and you’ll receive your funds within a week’s time after the event. There is no time wasted in extensive planning and organization.

If you need to raise money for any group, then Polly’s Pies can set up a great Dine In Night for your cause. We not only give you 20% of the sales from the night’s event, but also do the decorating for you. We can even help you design a flyer to distribute. To organize your event, call (714) 459-5488.

 

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