This creative example of fundraising educational entertainment seems to SOFII to be very flexible and potentially easy to copy.
This is an original and fun idea that seems great for attracting awareness and as a backdrop against which the charity can easily rasie money from an intrigued and amused public.
SOFII doesn’t have many rules but this exhibit nevertheless breaks a few of them, in that it focuses not on a charity/nonprofit but on a commercial sponsor. Still, it’s a colourful, creative idea very well executed and several charities benefited rather significantly from it. It strikes us as a sound win-win situation, a good example of both commerce/charity partnership and of charities working together.
This is a straightforward but very professionally run event, the first of its kind in Uzhgorod. The objective of the event was to raise money to support the centre and to introduce the concept of a benefit concert to the local community.
If only whales everywhere could realise the great things that are being done all around the world by ordinary people to protect them and make this planet a safe place for them.
This massively ambitious multi-media campaign generated results that speak for themselves. It shows what can be achieved with vision and commitment, even in an emerging market.
This highly professional multi-media campaign from Bosnia shows that inspirational and innovative fundraising can succeed anywhere.
These campaigns successfully united several established fundraising techniques including building corporate alliances and the use of new and old media.
This is a very brave campaign. It talks directly to young people in the language they use everyday, with no punches pulled.
If you want to find new angles on fundraising, SOFII has long been an advocate of keeping a close eye on what’s happening in India.