Thursday, January 28, 2016

How to Make Fund-Raising Walks More Interactive

We've had the flash mobs, human statues, walking TVs, students collecting funds in booths and fundraising dinners. How else can we make an impact on causes for fundraising? Nothing beats human interaction.

<p> A Pop Art-style diorama at the United Way of Greater Los Angeles HomeWalk event showed a park with a...

A Pop Art-style diorama at the United Way of Greater Los Angeles HomeWalk event showed a park with a 3-D bench, designed to represent a common plight of homeless veterans in town.

Photo: Andrew Herrold
<p> Another photo station featured a bedroom painted on a brick wall, meant to convey the seriousness of the problem...
Another photo station featured a bedroom painted on a brick wall, meant to convey the seriousness of the problem for homeless families.

Photo: Andrew Herrold

<p> Mobile billboards told real stories of unique individuals.</p>

Mobile billboards told real stories of unique individuals.

Photo: Andrew Herrold



Themed walks or runs


Student showcase or concert


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