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Help!! Need some creative ideas for raffle!

4 years 5 months ago - 4 years 5 months ago #173254 by Callumbryne
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5 years 9 months ago #172719 by cruzmax
One thing we experimented with at our sale a year ago was a "Kick off, Kit". These are rucksacks brimming with the total review level supply list. They were a tremendous hit at the sale. Everyone went for over its retail esteem. It is fundamentally one-quit looking for the guardians Custom Writing Services
5 years 10 months ago #172667 by emilie amoroso
Replied by emilie amoroso on topic raffle ideas
We did a large gift certificate to the nicest mall in our area and it was a hit!
14 years 1 month ago #153327 by ruby
spend 20.00 and be eligible to win our weekly raffle
14 years 3 months ago #152791 by JHB
Replied by JHB on topic Lottery Ticket Basket
A popular items at our auctions/raffles is a lottery ticket basket. Have parents donate a bunch of $1 and $2 scratch off lottery tickets. Usually people don't mind spending $2 or $3 to contribute since it's so easy.

Find a way to package it in a fun way and include as a silent auction or raffle item. We've done the following:

1) Christmas event - used a small (24") table top silver Christmas tree and hung the tickets like ornaments.

2) Plant - Bought a pretty plant with limbs suitable for hanging the tickets.

3) Cookies - Used a big tin of cookies and layered $20 worth of scratch off tickets to cover the top then encased in plastic wrap for a Christmas gift exchange game where max spending was $25 or less. (It was the most popular, stolen time and time again.)

4) Posterboard - spelled out the school or program name in lottery tickets and covered in plastic.
14 years 3 months ago - 14 years 3 months ago #152664 by CMay2CK
One item we tried out at our auction last year was a "Jump Start Kit". These are backpacks full of the complete grade-level supply list. They were a huge hit at the auction. Each one went for above it's retail value. It is basically one-stop shopping for the parents. The only draw back is if the teachers change their list before the new year starts then your backpack may not be complete when the new year starts. Of course, this won't work well if your school has a school supply fundraiser.
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