Auction Frogs’ Corporate Volunteer Challenge brings teams together to compete, help good causes, and put the “FUN” back in fundraising
BOISE, ID – Feb. 7, 2011 – The Auction Frogs “Corporate Volunteer Challenge” brings volunteers from local businesses together with local nonprofits to compete against other nonprofits in a variety of fundraising challenges starting Feb. 14.
The teams, made up of three to four volunteers from a local business and at least one member from a nonprofit, will be competing in four weekly challenges. Each challenge is directly related to the planning, marketing, and execution of an online benefit auction to be held at the end of the four weeks.
At the end of the Online Benefit Auction, March 18, the team with the most money collected wins the competition and a cash prize for the nonprofit.
The Craig Cheney Show and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho Vs. Baan Thai Restaurant and Junior Achievement of Idaho.
The Auction Frogs’ Corporate Volunteer Challenge has come together with months of planning the support of exceptional sponsors like Western Capital Bank, Idaho Business Review, 94.1 The Voice, and many more auction donors and prize sponsors.
The teams will be using the Auction Frogs web-based application to take their online benefit auction to a new level. This online tool is a fun and easy way to automate many aspects of an event fundraiser. As a result, they will be able to reach a greater bidding audience with a longer timeframe for bidding which draws in much higher revenues for the nonprofit.
The Corporate Volunteer Challenge Spring 2011 is the first of many Auction Frogs sponsored events designed to help nonprofits overcome many common pitfalls normally experienced while fundraising and maximize their fundraising potential. While boasting some friendly competition, these events are all focused on helping good causes and putting the “FUN” back in FUNdraising.
About Auction Frogs
Auction Frogs recognizes the challenges and pitfalls of “selling” donations at a fundraising event and has developed a web-based application that takes the silent auction efforts to a whole new level for the nonprofit organization. They provide a web-based tool for nonprofit organizations to upload their donated items for their audience to bid on through a customized and hosted site. As a result, the bidding audience increases and the time frame for bidding is much longer which results in higher revenue. For more information on Auction Frogs visit www.auctionfrogs.org or call 208.321.5515.