Anglo Enterprises is launching a new competition linked to their highly successful Crazysand products and it is certain to improve fundraising results dramatically.
Anglo Enterprises today announced the launch of an exciting new children’s Crazysand design competition that is sure to improve the amount of money parents and carers around the country can raise for their Christmas fund raising initiatives. The competition is bound to have a positive impact on the many programs these key organizations help to support.
Mark Lovedale, Director of Anglo Enterprises said, “I’m thrilled to be able to add one more level of innovation to a program that has been helping parents, carers, schools and other charities raise the funds they need to carry out their critical supporting role in our children’s education. With over 12 years experience and more than £1million raised this is one of the most exciting new additions to our proven program that we’ve ever had the pleasure to bring to the fund raising environment.”
School administrators, teachers, parents and carers have been working together for decades to help add initiatives and special events to the school timetable. These initiatives have had a significant impact on the ability of our schools to deliver the best possible educational experience for our children. Without this key partnership many programs in areas like arts, music and sport would have been cut long ago. In fact, most after school clubs that help enhance the school experience would be a thing of the past. If this partnership were to fail due to a lack of funds the impact on our children could be devastating.
According to the Philanthropic Giving Index (PGI), while giving has remained fairly steady the overall climate has soured dramatically and that has left many fundraising coordinators feeling pessimistic about their ability to hold steady and continue their critical work. Couple this with cuts in government spending on education and the challenges begin to feel almost insurmountable.
Anglo Enterprises is known as a leader in the fund raising sector with innovation like the 100% profit guarantee and the no-cash-up-front program where charities pay nothing for supporting products until the fundraiser has come to a successful conclusion. This new competition is one more way they are helping our schools meet today’s challenges and exceed fundraising expectations.
In short, every child that comes to their school’s fundraising event and designs a Crazysand project is invited to join the competition and have their creations voted on. Those that garner the most votes win cash awards and the school or charity they represent also wins.
“We expect each charity will enjoy increased sales as a result of the positive attention this competition will generate and that increase should go a long way to making this season’s events a huge success even in the face of the current economic turmoil.”