No Dirty Dishes For a Week

You'd be hard pressed to find someone who actually likes washing dirty dishes. What's more, with the pace of modern life so frenetic, it can be difficult to find the time to make a proper home-cooked meal. With these points in mind, this is a fundraiser that should prove very popular indeed and appeal to a wide range of people. What's more, it's something that people of all ages can get involved with.

For the event to work you'll want to identify several local restaurants that are able to offer a dinner for two (or four for the more generous places). You can approach local restaurants over the phone or visit in person, explaining what your group is about and why you are raising money. Outline your plan to raffle off a whole week's worth of dining out at restaurants in the area and see if they are interested. Offer the restaurants free advertising for the duration of your event. If you can, find a wide a range of restaurants as possible, from simple to elaborate and across all types of cuisine.

You can then choose to work together with the restaurants to hold the event on a particular week (with a different restaurant for each night) or the venues can simply offer a certificate that can be redeemed at any time. You should find that raffle tickets for something like this sell very quickly.

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