Villages can often be very tight-knit communities where everyone knows their neighbours, and because of this spirit of friendship it's not uncommon for the whole population to work together on projects. Sometimes, a local landmark, church or important building may need repair, and the only way to raise money is to get the community involved to help with a fundraiser.
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Get the talented bakers of your community to bake cakes, pies and other tasty treats and then sell these products at a bake sale. Use a village hall or school hall to lay out tables from which to sell the donated baked goods to the rest of the village with all the proceeds going to the chosen fund.
White Elephant Sale
Get your community members to donate things they no longer need or use, such as old kids' toys, electrics and other knick-knacks. Sell these donated objects at a white elephant sale to the rest of the community.
Invite the community to take part in a quiz night at a local venue, like a village or school hall. Perform an online search to find quiz questions to use and choose a quiz master to run the event. Charge an entrance fee for each team who wishes to join the quiz with all funds to be going to the charity of choice. Buy prizes for the event by visiting local businesses and asking for donations. Many will be generous, especially if it gets their establishment a mention in front of the whole village.
Get the local community and businesses to donate potential prizes for a raffle draw. Sell tickets for the raffle from a local business such as a store, or restaurant. Set the draw date to coincide with another fundraising event, such as a bake sale when the whole village may be present.
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