Here are some ideas from our Facebook community on how to acknowledge a long serving volunteer: Create a garden or bench seat in her honour with a plaque recognising her contribution.
Here is some advice from our Facebook community on how to include volunteering experience on your CV: List your volunteer positions the same as you would a paid position. Really the only difference between them is the salary, you still use and develop your skills in a volunteer role.
Here is some advice from our Facebook community about hiring an ATM for your event: ANZ Blades are available to borrow. You will need to become a registered partner but its all free to do and arrange.
Here are some reader ideas for lolly stall alternatives: Cake stall is always good but lob-a-choc was a hit at our school. We just got donated bags of chocolate or $1 medium size choc. The class with the most donated got a free dress day!
Here are some reader ideas for inexpensive ways to decorate a cocktail party fundraiser: Lots of tea lights sitting in glass jars. Ask families to send in their empty clear glass jars from home.
Here are some reader ideas for improving communication between your P&C, principle and teachers: Set the tone by being really transparent in everything you do, and ask questions to others (staff, etc) to encourage them to do the same.
Here are some ideas from our Facebook community about this School Discos question: We play limbo, 4 corners, hoola hoop competition, dance off competitions.
Here are some insights from our Facebook community about their experiences with school fence advertising:
Here are some ideas from our Facebook community about successful trivia night extra activities:
Here are some reader ideas of what type of sealed containers you can use for a coin drive:
Some of the best fundraising goals have been achieved by the most unique ideas, leading people to scratch their heads and ask themselves “who would have thought?!”.
Sometimes you just want to organise a quick and easy fundraiser without too much fuss that will give your bank account...