Notice boards are an effective visual aid to convey a message, introduce a topic or announce progress. A notice board also is a good way to share fundraising goals and mark progress. Fundraising goal notice boards serve as a reminder to participants and provide a way to visually see the progress being made and the amounts of funds that still need to be raised.
Church Fundraising Bulletin Board
Churches sometimes have to raise funds for special projects like building a new sanctuary or gym or for a missionary. Create a special notice board to display in the foyer or in the fellowship hall to remind members of the goal and to show them the progress being made. For instance, a church may be interested in sending money to a missionary so it can build a well in a third-world country to provide clean drinking water for local people. A notice board can feature a large, empty pitcher. Print the words "Every drop counts" on the top of the board. Add a light blue water drop shape to the pitcher (securing with tape) for every contribution made to the fund.
School Fundraising Bulletin Board
Schools sometimes have special projects that need fundraising. Students can sell magazines or candy door-to-door or to their family and friends to raise money for the school. Keep track of these sales through a notice board that is updated on a daily or weekly basis. If the school is selling boxes of cookies, feature a cookie jar, and add a cookie to the jar every time it is updated. Add the new total amount of funds raised on each new cookie that is added.
Hospital Fundraising Bulletin Board
Hospitals may have a fundraising notice board to record their progress on raising money for a new wing or building. A construction-themed notice board is one way to mark the progress. Feature a bulldozer and dump truck along with other large machinery on the notice board. Add pieces of lumber or boulders to a pile every time a new milestone in the fundraising is met. A hammer-themed notice board is also appropriate for a building project. Add nails to a piece of wood when a new goal is met in the fundraising.
Other Fundraising Bulletin Boards
Many organisations aim to raise money for special projects. Soup kitchens that feed homeless people may try to raise money or collect food to distribute. A grocery sack with food being added when a contribution is made is an appropriate theme. A target or a thermometer are also notice board themes that can used for fundraising goal charting.
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