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Host A Fundraiser

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Host Your Own Fundraiser to Benefit Georgia Center for Child Advocacy:

Fundraiser Project Ideas

The list of project ideas may inspire your group or organization to think of ways to creatively support GCCA.  Once you have decided on your fundraiser, the development at GCCA will help you get started and provide support throughout the process.  Contact us to get started!

  • Partner with a local restaurant
    Partner with a restaurant or local store and guarantee a number of attendees by pre-selling tickets or reservations in exchange for a portion of the event’s proceeds or gratuities are donated to GCCA.
     
  • Dinner with Friends
    Host a dinner party for friends, asking each couple to bring a check for GCCA in the amount it would have cost them to go out for dinner.  Even an intimate dinner party can raise important funds to help GCCA.
     
  • Sporting Activities
    Athletic fundraisers are great ways to raise money for GCCA. Consider organizing a run or cycling event, tennis tournament, fishing event, walk-a-thon or any number of ideas that engage sporting enthusiasts.
     
  • Community Yard Sales
    Invite several neighbors or friends to set up tables for a community yard sale with proceeds to benefit GCCA.
     
  • Gifts for Your Special Occasions
    Rather than asking for birthday or other special occasion gifts, invite party guests to bring a check for GCCA. Even while having a fun celebration, attendees know they are helping children heal from the devastating effects of child abuse.
     
  • Golf Tournaments
    Gather a foursome (or sell out the whole course for a golf tournament) and raise funds for GCCA. No matter how big or small your game or tournament, golf is a great way to raise awareness and donations for GCCA.
     
  • Strength in Numbers
    Think of fundraising activities for groups and organizations that are already established. Incorporate a fundraising activity that the group can do together at a regularly scheduled meeting or gathering. Holding a raffle at each meeting, selling baked goods or auctioning off an item can be fun ways to help GCCA.
     
  • Touchdown for GCCA
    At your next tailgating bash, ask each guest to donate $10 at the door and drop their name in a hat. At halftime, a name is drawn to receive half of the pot. The other half will be donated to GCCA.
     
  • And so much more... 
    Tennis tournaments, neighborhood fun runs, casino nights, wine tastings, Texas Hold'em tournaments, supper clubs, classroom/school groups, sporting achievements, and just about anything you can think of is appreciated when it benefits the young clients at GCCA.
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