Event Planning Article Round Up!Posted on: April 25, 2019
This week we’re rounding up five of our most helpful event planning articles for you to reference all in one place! If you’re planning an event, re-visit these articles to walk you through some very important tips and details.
#1: How to Delegate: 4 Easy Steps!
“A few years ago, the day of our nonprofit’s Walk Event arrived… and despite my careful plans to assign every single task, chaos ensued during set-up”… Keep reading to find out what happened that spring day and how I learned a valuable lesson on the importance of delegating.
#2: 5 Event Planning Tips!
The five years I spent planning fundraising events came with a WHOLE lot of lessons along the way. From estimating how much volunteer help I’d need, to how early I should send invitations, to where to save money… I began to refine organized strategies for a successful event! Straight from the event planning trenches, here are five tips to help your event run smoothly!
#3: Contract Tips!
With a good plan, you are able to know how much your event is going to cost months in advance—down to the dollar. With this plan, you must have a commitment from those charging you. Keep reading to discover some of our top money-saving contract tips!
#4: Helpful AttendEasy Event Questions!
Before “going live” with public registration, be certain to think through your entire event! Here are some questions you’ll want to ask yourself to make sure AttendEasy is working for you!
#5: 11 FundEasy Event Planning Questions!
Work through this helpful list of questions to ask yourself when you are preparing for your next FundEasy event!
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This article was inspired by our customers and written to encourage your fundraising efforts. Although we work with ministries and events daily, our team members are not Event Consultants. We encourage you to consult with your event consultant, executive team, and/or affiliate organization before making any major changes to your events.