Fundraising For Sports 4.10 - October 2009


The Right Pitch: New Ideas in Fundraising  More than a few baseball teams have played enough fundraising golf tournaments to improve their team’s collective handicap by several strokes. Some coaches have hosted so many dinners they’re ready to open their own catering service. While these tried-and-true methods can still bring in cash, sometimes your fundraising efforts need a shot of life. Or in an economy like todays, you simply have to hold more fundraisers. Read the full story...



A Stylish Strategy  When Susan Bromberg took over “Warrior Wear” for the Deerfield (Ill.) High School Booster Club three years ago, she was at a loss for where to begin. All she knew was that she wanted the club to raise more money than it had in the past. So with a little help from a local company that designs teamwear for several Chicago-area schools, Bromberg started making a difference. Read the full story...



Hitting a Home Run  In Alexandria, Va., residents observe all the normal signs that spring has arrived—flowers, sunshine, and baseball. They also recognize another rite of springtime: the T.C. Williams High School Hit-A-Thon. Read the full story...
















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