Craft sample contests

She was a fellow of the LA Review of Books Publishing Workshop and has been on their faculty since , overseeing PubLab , leading the magazine track as a program manager, and serving as the publisher coordinator for LITLIT: The Little Literary Fair.

She is a production manager with Berrett-Koehler Publishers, and was the production and operations manager at Prospect Park Books until it left California in Her essays appear in Crab Orchard Review , Flyway , Lunch Ticket , Tahoma Literary Review , and elsewhere.

Katelyn has an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles, where she worked for two years on Lunch Ticket , serving as editor in chief for issues 11 and Her work also appears in Electric Lit , Insider , the Los Angeles Review of Books , Brevity , River Teeth , and elsewhere.

Mary's College of California. Jill teaches writing at the College of San Mateo, and lives in Northern California with her husband and daughter. Find her on Twitter jillkolongowski. VAL M. Val also freelances on the side and works as an editorial consultant for CRAFT and The Masters Review.

Previously, she was an editor for The Wild Rose Press, a small traditional publishing house in New York. She earned an MA in Professional Writing from Kennesaw State University and a BFA from the University of Georgia.

GABRIEL MOSELEY is a writer and editor from Seattle, Washington. He received an MFA from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and certificates in both editing and literary fiction from the University of Washington. He is a guest editor for The Masters Review.

GAGE SAYLOR is the assistant director of creative writing at Oklahoma State University. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Passages North , Tampa Review , Crab Creek Review , Iron Horse , and elsewhere. He has won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize at Nimrod and is a previous semifinalist for the Kurt Vonnegut Speculative Fiction Prize at North American Review.

He received his MFA at McNeese State University, where he was awarded the Robert Olen Butler Prize for Fiction. DAVID K. His short stories, flash fiction, and microfiction can be found in a group of diverse literary journals, including Calliope , Gold Man Review , ImageOutWrite , The Magnolia Review , Ginosko Literary Journal, American Writers Review , and others.

He lives in Seal Beach, California. This form is for triple letters only. This category is for essays and standalone excerpts between 1, and 6, words. See our Flash Creative Nonfiction category for essays of fewer than 1, words.

We review literary nonfiction, but are open to a variety of styles—our only requirement is that you show excellence in your craft.

This category is for essays and standalone excerpts fewer than 1, words. See our Creative Nonfiction category for essays between 1, and 6, words. This category is for short stories and standalone fiction excerpts between 1, and 6, words. See our Flash Fiction category for stories of fewer than 1, words.

We are thrilled to be able to pay for published stories, but subsequently must be highly selective in our choices.

This essay will be requested upon acceptance. This category is for flash fiction up to 1, words. See our short fiction category for stories between 1, and 6, words. While our submissions for short and flash prose are always free and always open, we are currently offering a fast response option for free to BIPOC writers and other historically mis- and underrepresented writers.

This form is for both short fiction and longform creative nonfiction short stories, standalone excerpts, and creative nonfiction essays between 1, and 6, words, and for flash and micros both fiction and creative nonfiction up to 1, words. Interested in writing critically for CRAFT?

Please see the guidelines below and select the appropriate dropdown option when you submit your work. We do not consider previously published material reprints in this category.

We review essays on writing craft, critical literary analyses, and interviews. Please visit our Craft Section to see the type of content we publish. All work in this section is concerned with fiction or creative nonfiction. Please do not send critical work about poetry, film, or any other genres.

Those pieces aren't for us. Please do not send personal essays—send those to our creative nonfiction forms. Craft and critical essays range from 1, to 2, words concerning the craft of fiction or creative nonfiction. We recommend familiarizing yourself with our archive.

Most essays we publish offer a careful examination of craft elements in fiction or creative nonfiction. We welcome queries, pitches, and completed interviews with fiction or creative nonfiction writers.

We will want to know if the interview is already approved as well as which elements of craft will be explored. We often schedule interviews well in advance—please contact us as soon as possible with your proposed interview. We no longer allow multiple submissions—please send only one piece per genre at a time.

Overall, you may have one piece of fiction either short or flash , one piece of creative nonfiction either flash or creative essay , and one craft piece under consideration at one time.

Please send completed essays concerning the craft of fiction or creative nonfiction, and include in your cover letter what you're exploring and why it is a good fit for us.

Submissions should be 1, to 2, words and should consist of a careful examination of craft. We only consider completed pieces. Typically our interviews run around 2, to 2, words and our hybrid interviews run 3, to 4, words, 1, to 1, of which comprise a critical essay about one or more of the interviewee's books.

CRAFT is a market for literary fiction and creative nonfiction; we will consider new readers who are comfortable with evaluating submissions in one or both genres. If you enjoy literary work and the deep exploration of writing craft, and three to four hours each week of reading submissions sounds like fun, we encourage you to apply.

Our readers work remotely and set their own schedules. This position involves a minimum commitment of six months.

Applicants who advance to the second stage will be required to complete a reading test. PLEASE NOTE: This is an unpaid, volunteer opportunity designed to give readers experience in the field. Skip to Main Content Home. View Your Submissions. CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen.

Guidelines for CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen Guidelines. Submit to CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen. As such, an excellent novelette will have some important reason for its length—maybe a complex background, or multiple settings, or a roving plot.

My hope above all is to read, as they say, a good yarn. International submissions are welcome. Your novelette should be complete and cohesive. Please adhere strictly to the 7, to 15, word-count requirement. Please do not submit any form of creative nonfiction. Autofiction will work, however.

We review adult literary fiction, but are open to a variety of genres and styles. Submit previously unpublished work only—we do NOT review reprints or partial reprints for contests including any form of self-publishing such as on blogs, personal websites, social media, etc.

Reprints will be automatically disqualified. Work generated by AI will be automatically disqualified. We allow simultaneous submissions—writers, please notify us immediately and withdraw your novelette if your work is accepted elsewhere.

We allow multiple submissions—please submit each excerpt as a separate submission accompanied by an entry fee. Please submit early! No additional fee waivers will be granted for this contest. Kindly double-space your submission and use Times New Roman Feel free to contact us directly if you need to change these formatting requirements for better accessibility.

Please include a brief cover letter with your publication history if applicable. We do not require anonymous submissions, but the guest judge will read the shortlist anonymized.

We do not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, disability, family status, gender identity or expression, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation, or for any other reason.

Additionally, we do not tolerate discrimination in the writing we consider for publication: work we find discriminatory on any of the bases stated here will be automatically disqualified without complete review.

FINE PRINT Friends, family, and associates of the guest judge are not eligible for consideration for the award. Our collaboration with literary professionals in the judging and awarding of our contests does not imply an endorsement or recognition from their agencies, houses, presses, universities, etcetera.

Work already contracted for publication is not eligible for contest consideration. We hope to publish the winning print novelette and its online excerpt in December GUEST JUDGE HANNA PYLVÄINEN is the author of We Sinners , which received the Whiting Award, and The End of Drum-Time , which was a finalist for the National Book Award.

OPTIONAL EDITORIAL FEEDBACK You may choose to receive editorial feedback on your submission—either on the first 6, words of the novelette or the full manuscript. CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen Reduced Fee for Historically Marginalized Groups.

Guidelines for CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen Reduced Fee for Historically Marginalized Groups Guidelines. Submit to CRAFT Novelette Print Prize — Guest Judge Hanna Pylväinen Reduced Fee for Historically Marginalized Groups.

CRAFT Winter Salon. Ends on. Guidelines for CRAFT Winter Salon Guidelines. Submit to CRAFT Winter Salon. CRAFT Winter Salon Please join us for an hour of readings by award-winning authors!

Thursday, February 15, , at 4 p. EST on Zoom Featured Reader: Hanna Pylväinen Author of The End of Drum-Time , National Book Award Finalist Guest Judge for the CRAFT Novelette Print Prize Additional virtual salon readers will include recent contributors: Luka Poljak Introduced by Melissa Benton Barker, Flash Fiction Associate Editor Kim Magowan Introduced by Jacqueline Doyle, Flash Creative Nonfiction Associate Editor Andrew Potter Introduced by Suzanne Grove, Short Fiction Associate Editor Editor in Chief Courtney Harler will moderate the event.

Additional details provided upon registration. Our Featured Reader: HANNA PYLVÄINEN is the author of We Sinners , which received the Whiting Award, and The End of Drum-Time , which was a finalist for the National Book Award. CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform ONE Letter. Guidelines for CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform ONE Letter Guidelines.

Submit to CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform ONE Letter. Editorial Feedback Platform Need new eyes on your short prose?

Our team would love to work with you! Slay's feedback on my fledgling short story "John Huff" was the most thorough, perceptive, and helpful feedback and writing coaching I have ever received. I am very grateful for their attention to detail, voice, and flow—something I craved as I continue my journey into this daunting genre.

I was so pleased with the feedback I received from Kyle Cochrun. His comments demonstrated that he understood what I was trying to accomplish with the essay and that he was 'thinking with me' as he closely read my draft. He didn't make a single comment that left me scratching my head—in fact, just the opposite.

His feedback was like a private class in essay writing, and helped me see how to look at my drafts for unplumbed opportunities and to apply the strengths he identified to develop those opportunities. I've already completed the revisions and believe the piece is much stronger for his guidance.

How you can help us when sending work for our review: Please send only. doc or. docx files if possible, so that we can use MS Word's Track Changes for our marginal notes. Kindly double-space and use Times New Roman Guidelines: CRAFT Editorial Feedback is open to all prose writers.

Please send fiction or creative nonfiction only. Please submit work primarily written in English, but conceptually or stylistically necessary codeswitching is warmly welcomed. Please adhere to the 6,word-count maximum.

If sending up to three micros, include all pieces in ONE document. Work that has received editorial feedback is not eligible for submission to CRAFT contests.

We do not accept, review, or consider AI-generated work. We strongly discourage simultaneous submissions in conjunction with editorial feedback. If your piece is already under review by our team and you withdraw it, we will not be able to offer a refund. If you withdraw your piece before we have begun feedback, we will be happy to let you substitute another piece of equal length.

Additionally, we do not tolerate discrimination in the writing we consider for publication. Work we find discriminatory on any of the bases stated here will be declined without complete review you will be refunded, less fees.

CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform THREE Letters. Guidelines for CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform THREE Letters Guidelines. Submit to CRAFT Editorial Feedback Platform THREE Letters. Creative Nonfiction 1K—6K Words. Guidelines for Creative Nonfiction 1K—6K Words Guidelines.

Submit to Creative Nonfiction 1K—6K Words. Welcome to CRAFT. International submissions are allowed. Ensure you know what your goal is. Building brand awareness, boosting engagement, getting likes, marketing a new product, gaining followers and learning more about your followers are all common goals.

When planning your contest, make sure to keep those goals in mind. You are responsible for running the contest legally. Hint: a lottery includes any contest where participants are required to spend money to play, i. One tried-and-true place to house all these regulations, notifications, and consents is a giveaway landing page.

Requiring people to use their personal timelines or friend connections to participate is not allowed. Asking people to tag a friend or share a Facebook post on their timeline used to be a standard contest requirement.

No more! Those practices were actually pretty annoying to most people. Decreasing the overall pollution on Facebook means a better experience for users, which means people will continue to use the platform and enter your contests. One grey area is asking people to like your Facebook Business Page.

That said, you can encourage people to like your Page and enter for a chance to win via a less suspect method. Pick a prize that aligns with your brand, and is something your followers are going to get excited about.

For example, giving away a product from a new launch is a great way to promote the launch and the non-winners might just buy the product anyway. All the details of your contest can be communicated via plain text, sure. You can create hype by sharing info about your prize or, if you have multiple prizes, you can share one per day leading up to your contest launch.

Use Hootsuite for free for 30 days. And, liftoff! Publish your contest on Facebook and watch those entries flood in. Make sure to moderate the contest post and address any questions or confusion that might crop up.

As you approach the contest deadline, make sure you communicate to your followers that time is running out. Are there any rules for picking winners of Facebook contests? Technically, no. Picking a winner totally randomly is the best way to go.

In other words, edit all of your contest posts and add a line stating that the contest is closed. This is a bonus step. Or even their photo, with permission. Make sure you get the consent of the winner before doing this. Working with influencers, KOLs or other influential people like celebrities, if you have that kind of access and budget is an awesome way to promote your contest.

Instead of simply asking followers to like or comment on a post to enter your contest, consider making the entry process a little more challenging and, as a result, more fun. Fashion e-commerce company Myntra used a simple video graphic for their giveaway—participants had to guess how many wireless headphones appeared in a video in order to enter.

You might not think of a Facebook contest as a good source of brand feedback or inspiration, but it absolutely can be. Take this post from a San Francisco pizzeria:. The company is seeking out a new name for a product and taking to Facebook to ask for suggestions.

This is a great way to get your community involved in your business and to create a meaningful connection with your followers. Note: many, many businesses ignore these rules. Still, those are the rules, and not sticking to them puts you—and your social account—at risk.

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All entries will also be considered for publication in CRAFT. Please include a brief cover letter with your publication history and any relevant content warnings if applicable. We do not require anonymous submissions.

We do not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, disability, family status, gender identity or expression, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation, or for any other reason. Additionally, we do not tolerate discrimination in the writing we consider for publication: work we find discriminatory on any of the bases stated here will be declined without complete review you will be refunded, less fees.

The writer of the winning piece will receive:. publication in CRAFT , with an introduction by Nicole McCarthy ;. The two runner-ups will receive:. Friends, family, and associates of the guest judge are not eligible for consideration for the award. Read our contest winners for examples of work chosen in the past.

As we only consider unpublished writing, and will publish the winning pieces in July , anything under contract to publish prior to October should not be entered. NICOLE MCCARTHY is an experimental writer and artist based outside of Tacoma, Washington State.

Her work has appeared in [PANK] , The Offing , Redivider , Glass: A Journal of Poetry , Best American Experimental Writing , and others. This test will ask you to perform general arithmetic computations addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division for test questions involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages.

When completing this test, you will need to work quickly and accurately to complete as many items as possible. Your score is based on the total number of items you answer correctly. This section contains sample items for the Mechanical Knowledge Test. The items contained in this section are meant to provide you with an idea of what to expect when taking the Mechanical Knowledge Test.

This is a test of your mechanical and motor knowledge. This test contains a series of questions from topics such as basic engine knowledge, mechanical comprehension, and torque. Your task is to read each question and select the best answer from the alternatives given.

It has been proven effective in selection, promotion, and development contexts by over 8 million global administrations, is backed by 50 years of research, and is built upon a database of , unique items.

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At times, it may be hard to choose because you agree or disagree with both statements. This is a normal part of the assessment.

When faced with this type of choice, you should review each statement and then move the selector closer to the one you agree with slightly more. You should be careful not to over-think your responses; you should go with your first reaction whenever possible. There are a total of statement pairs on the assessment.

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You can put a more fun spin on things by leveraging a map or globe concept where the steps walked equate to miles. It makes the most sense to use a ratio where one step equals one mile. Have staff transform their desks into works of art! Choose a theme, set a budget, and encourage everyone to get creative!

Need some ideas? Try under the sea, Hollywood, outer space, haunted house, steampunk, eighties or nineties, or college dorm.

Depending on the size of your office, the competition can be individual or team-based. You can get virtual employees in on the action by having them decorate their home office and take photos, or have everyone create new Zoom backgrounds.

A classic scavenger hunt is always a winner. Put together a list of items that can be found around the office. Everything from a letter opener to a Diet Coke is up for grabs. Messy office spaces are no fun.

In fact, according to Harvard Business Review, a disorganized work space can have real impacts on productivity and morale. Turn things into a game instead by creating a tidy up treasure hunt around the office.

This game works best when announced in advance, and will require some prep work. Here is how it works: Hide clues in various messy spots around the office, and the team who recovers the most clues wins a prize.

For example, you might want to put a clue on an unstocked paper towel machine, an overflowing trash can, or a buried-in-paperwork desk. Make sure to hide the clues in such a way that people will need to organize or tidy up a bit to obtain the paper. To further incentivize people, you could also offer small prizes for every clue collected, like movie theater candy, dollar bills, or tickets for food in the cafeteria.

There is great joy in helping the community around you, and your staff surely agrees. Invite your staff to bring in nonperishable food that counts toward a prize. You can make things really straightforward and provide small incentives for every item donated, or you can make things a little more fun.

So, for example, you might have a poll regarding where to hold the company holiday party. Offer a few choices, and then have people bring in canned goods toward their favorite option. Set up boxes with the choices written on them, and have people drop their items in the box.

In the end, the box with the most items is the winning option. This is a fun way to make some non-critical decisions and a great way to help others.

If customer service is part of your company culture, reviews are important. One fun way to incentivize more positive reviews and reward your team for great performance is by holding drawings of reviews. Every week, pick the new reviews submitted and print them - both bad and good - and then randomly draw one.

If the review is positive, reward your team with a pizza lunch or other small prize. If the review is negative, share the feedback with your team and host a discussion on how to improve. You might even add some low-stakes repercussions such as having to take out the trash or replace the water filter for non-stellar reviews.

Note: this sort of contest tends to work better than simply encouraging employees to ask for reviews. In those cases, the most outgoing and charismatic staff tend to get the most reviews, not necessarily the ones who serve customers best.

A random drawing rewards the entire team while still highlighting individuals that might be mentioned. Getting more positive reviews can become an important goal for everyone in the department - more positive reviews equals more chances at fun perks.

Who is up for some good, old-fashioned bingo? Actually, most people are. You can set this game up easily and it can run for as long as you need it to, plus you can center the bingo cards on various tasks or other relevant office happenings.

Create cards with things that need to be done throughout the week, or facts related to the company or your colleagues. Look for bingo choices that bring people together and help them to connect. This is another activity that can work for virtual teams as well as in-person groups. This is a great option for remote teams or teams who are spread out geographically.

Online hackathons are one of the most popular and effective team competition ideas. A hackathon is a marathon competition where teams compete to sketch or design a new product over the course of a few days.

To host one, pick a theme like sustainability or pop culture and announce it at the beginning of the competition. Make sure to announce the contest in advance of starting it so that teams have time to gather supplies, implement the right collaboration tools, etc.

Divide your group into teams and let them get started! Then, at the end of the allotted time, wrap up the competition and set a time for everyone to present their finished products.

Then judges will pick a winner and award a prize. Maybe the product ideas could even be implemented someday! Pick out a funny meme or cool photo and ask everyone to come up with a clever caption.

You can either have one person pick a winner, do so by committee, or share with the company and let audience applause dictate the most popular caption.

This is a quick team-building activity and easy to put together, and a good option for when you have a short window of time to bring everyone together. This activity is an ideal choice if your current bandwidth only allows gathering everyone in the breakroom for an hour or so. Simply share the image the night before and let everyone bring their A-game in the morning.

If you really want to encourage creativity, pick a theme and ask everyone to make something related to it. You may decide to give people supplies in advance or pick one type of material for them to use. If you have a large group, perhaps you want to take a team-based approach to increase collaboration and bonding.

Allow everyone to come up with their own work of art, and have a panel of judges pick the one that is most creative.

Short-form videos have become extremely popular - just look at the success of platforms like TikTok. Let everyone bring their inner influencer out by creating their own video to share with everyone. This can be a really exciting competition and great for team-building.

It works best with smaller teams. Break people into groups and give them one hour to script, produce, and polish their video content.

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Try to think of community members that attendees would love to dunk e. local elected officials, favorite teachers, board members, etc.

If your nonprofit is filled with experts, leverage their knowledge to host a clinic, conference or workgroup. Paid registration required helps fill your coffers, but be sure to offer discounts for those who may not be able to afford to come. A local bookstore might be a good location for hosting particularly if your expert has written a book they can sell!

Most people have clothes that they want to get rid of. Why not have them give to a good cause? Either have people pay a donation fee to participate, or have them offer to pay a small donation for every piece of clothing they take. Consider getting participants to drop off the clothes the night before so you have time to organize them beforehand—and have a plan for the leftover clothes, such as dropping them off at your local shelter or thrift store.

Anytime, but spring cleaning time might give you the most donations! To incentivize a nursery to donate, offer to give attendees applications to their loyalty or rewards programs.

Every community has someone who has a great story and a high profile. Find that person and host a discussion with them, moderated by another notable figure in the community. Who knows, you might even be able to turn it into a whole lecture series….

Consider also selling refreshments for a little extra boost! A local restaurant with a discussion space, a library, or a local bookstore—the latter two are particularly good if the expert also has a book for audiences to read.

Karaoke can be a terrific icebreaker and community builder. Getting the right location and equipment could be a challenge. Simply renting out a karaoke bar that already has all you need may be the best option. A pancake breakfast is relatively easy to pull together and it provides your community with a chance to mingle.

Buy some mix, some toppings and get cooking! Ask your community members to loan you their griddles and best spatulas to get as many hands moving as possible. Kids and adults alike enjoy a chance to splash around with their pals in a pool and would pay a fair price to do so.

Partnering with a public pool will keep your costs down and may encourage a wide range of community members to attend.

The YMCA and local public pools are great resources. Social media can make scavenger hunts even easier—have your participants take photos of the items on their lists and use a hashtag to track them. Good fundraising ideas are ones that build community!

Summer is probably best—consider having an alternate day in case of poor weather if your participants will be on foot. Securing donations can be a challenge, but start early and really sell businesses on your vision and cause.

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Get your community members to pull out their acting skills for this one! There are board games you can purchase so that your participants know what to do, or you can come up with a script yourself. Organizing this one might be a little more difficult than some of the others on this list because of the amount of players involved, so give yourself plenty of time to figure it out.

Partner with a local restaurant who has enough room for all of your participants and your actors. The excuse to get dressed up and eat delicious food will certainly attract an audience. Leverage local businesses who can donate items. You could potentially also partner with a local restaurant to host the night!

The Good Partnership. Instead of approaching all the big companies who get a million asks, think of a creative way to engage small, local businesses in sponsorship and philanthropy. Find businesses that are a good fit with your mission and involve them in your organization beyond writing a cheque.

Tons of people already pay for trivia at bars and restaurants, so leverage this interest by inviting them to pay an entrance fee to play at your organization. Consider making the questions specific to your cause or community for added fun! You can alway make your own questions and display them with a simple projector to cut costs, but there are also plenty of trivia rental companies that will come prepared with all you need to make your event a success.

Ask around for bars and restaurants that may be willing to host in exchange for a drink minimum for attendees. Have members of your community volunteer their services anything from handyman to web design!

and then auction off those services and put the money toward the charity. Not only are people able to get some of their much-needed things done, but your community members can get to know each other better. Be sure to follow up with the volunteers to make sure the services go smoothly for the auction winners.

We can all use more fresh air! Bring your donors on a hike or nature walk outside your town for a small fee. Guests should also be made aware of any potential dangers such as bears or ticks. Depending on your area, coordinating transportation—such as a bus that will pick up and drop off registrants at an easy-to-reach location—should also be arranged.

especially if you live in an area that might have snow long into spring. You can coordinate a day with them and start selling tickets to your breakfast. Whichever it is, get participants to bring a dish centered around the chosen theme.

At lunch, charge a small fee to sample the food then have everyone vote for the dish they liked best! Be sure to secure a space to serve food with burners ready to keep it all hot. Consider a theme and time of year appropriate for the item. For example, a chili cook-off in winter around the Superbowl, a BBQ cook-off around Memorial Day or the Fourth of July, or pie baking around Thanksgiving.

With the success of shows like The Great British Bake-Off, you should find it easy to get participants for this one! Get a panel of judges or ask the public to vote on a variety of baking categories. You can even sell the top performing entries off afterwards for some extra funds, and hold this in tandem with the craft fair or another similar event mentioned above to boost the attraction.

Ask your local cooking school to help promote the event to their students to boost registrations. A walk can be a great way to get people involved in fundraisers.

Make sure to keep it safe—have water and medics available just in case. From a city-spanning, timed marathon to a quick family one-miler, a fun run can be as easy as gathering on the local track or as complicated as you want to make it.

Be creative and get people out moving! Plus, you can always pick a theme: Costume contest run through the cemetery at sunset? Ugly sweaters at the holidays?

Be creative, pull together some swag and a party at the end, and turn exercise into a festive experience.

Does your town have some haunted places? Organize a haunted walk to showcase them—or make the stories up yourself! Ghost walks can be good anytime of year, but might perform even better around Halloween. Fundraiser ideas can benefit from collaboration! Pick a cause, pick a theme and get your co-workers or officemates to meet up for a charity lunch.

Try to secure donated or discounted food from local restaurants so no one has to worry about prep. You can also get more creative with themes, specialty offerings, drink specials, and games like cornhole or horseshoes, depending on your location.

Beer gardens may be more willing to host in exchange for a drink minimum for attendees which could potentially be included in your ticket cost. Anytime, but summer could be a good bet so attendees get to sit on the patio!

Fundraiser ideas that pair with local businesses tend to do really well! Bars and restaurants may be more willing to host in exchange for a drink minimum for attendees. Teams pay to enter and spectators come to cheer them on and purchase food and drink! Tricycle races, inflatable raft paddle, hamster wheel run, sponge toss, frisbee throwing and more can all be part of a fun, messy afternoon.

Partner with local restaurants to increase the publicity around this event. It is what it says. As far as great fundraiser ideas go, this is a classic. Bingo sets are generally pretty affordable and worth buying if you plan to repeat the event, but if not, party rental suppliers are a good option.

Consider selling refreshments as well—Bingo can be thirsty work! Consider partnering with a local Bingo hall to have an ongoing event where part of the proceeds go to your organization.

People think of picnics as being in the park, but what if everyone brought blankets and ate under the stars in the center of Main Street? Pick a non-picnic location, be sure to coordinate with local authorities and sell tickets in advance for a community dine-together experience.

The good news: attendees bring their own food and seating! This makes your responsibilities: location, parking and transportation, bathrooms, trash and entertainment. Just like a pop-up picnic, color al fresco is a pop-up dining experience in a unique location — but the twist is that everyone wears the same color!

Often done in white, these dinners are gaining in popularity. Consider renting tables and chairs so the colorful centerpieces, outfits, and decor can be on full display! A throwback fundraiser! The last one to break contact wins! Securing a donation item can be a challenge, but start early and really sell businesses on your vision and cause.

How can you turn something everyone already loves into a fundraiser? Add-ons and markdowns. By partnering with a local spa, your event attendees will pay to enjoy the basic services—sauna, hot tubs, champagne, snacks—and a portion of any add-ons they schedule can go to your cause.

Getting free services is always a challenge, but work on selling your mission and vision in a compelling way to engage donors with your fundraiser ideas.

Either at homes or at restaurants, groups gather to sample a multi-course meal at multiple walking distance, ideally locations. This could also take the form of a local food tour for your participants, or a cafe crawl.

Make sure everyone comes hungry! Make sure you reach out to restaurants early to begin mapping out a convenient route for your participants. Think about which restaurants are community favorites — those are your greatest resource!

Everyone has something to offer, and most folks are excited to share. Sell tickets to each party online or at your silent auction. Reach out to potential hosts early to make sure they have a plan and are comfortable talking to strangers.

You can choose to run this event as a typical speed dating night, or to run it in a way that directly benefits your organization for example, asking singles to help make care packages for your shelter. Either way, sparks are sure to fly!

Some animals can be sensitive to new people. Make sure all your volunteers have some familiarity with animals, and that everyone has signed a liability form just in case. Consider partnering with your local SPCA, pet store or pet grooming store to get pet washing advice.

Make a list of world records you think your audience could break, and invite people to participate in doing so! Charge a small fee for the privilege.

It might take some combing through the Guinness World Record Book to find one you can actually break. Post clues on social media leading up to the big day, and get teams to participate by following the clues. Consider having volunteers on hand to help answer questions if need be.

Try to get a local business to donate a prize, or have a couple of different ones set up for first, second and third prize. Collect old and chipped dishes your community no longer uses and hold a dish smashing event. How many other ideas for fundraisers get all the anger out?

Keep an eye on the health and safety — make sure no one is standing in the way of flying bits of broken crockery, and potentially provide safety goggles for your participants.

If you have access to a kitchen or can rent a space with one, you can put on a cooking class fundraiser in a variety of ways. Each student pays a small fee to be involved. The amount of people able to participate would be limited to the size of the kitchen.

Cooking classes in your area might be willing to partner with you and donate part of the proceeds. Get Fully Funded. So, we created a virtual event called Curry for a Child and launched it in The premise is that people sign up then gather a team together.

We threw it out there and watched as people got excited and started signing up, even when back-to-back hurricanes rocked the US just before the event date. It was a fun way for people to participate and support the organization. I think the real key to any fundraising event is to make it FUN and easy to participate, and tie the results to something meaningful.

Open up your local museum for a night of fun past normal opening hours. This could work just as well at a zoo or aquarium—any spot people are interested in attending.

Panera Bread cafes help you run fundraising events in their stores. Contact them to arrange the event and then distribute flyers amongst your supporters. Get people to pledge to walk a certain amount per day in exchange for donations or have people pledge a certain amount for every steps.

You could even make this an internal competition within your office to get more people to join in. Make the most of the January health kick when people are focusing on fitness after the holiday season. Popular with teenagers particularly! Anytime, but summer is best if you want to hold it outdoors.

Participants can ask for pledges for each bag of trash they collect as they walk around the community. Prizes can be offered for the individual or team that collects the most bags of trash.

Make sure all participants wear gloves. If you are working with children, make sure they understand what sorts of things they should NOT pick up.

The ideal time to do this is in spring, once snow has melted and you can see just how much garbage there really is! Earth Day might be the perfect date. Check with the Sierra Club, WWFN or any ecological organization to see if they can provide any resources or programming to support your event.

Ask donors and local businesses to sponsor players or to donate based on player scores. Renting the course could be very expensive, so start inquiring early. You may also want to try slightly off-peak months to curb costs.

Most outdoor mini-golf courses open in the spring and stay open until early fall. This is a chillingly good fundraiser for colder locales! Have donations based on whether or not your participants are brave enough to jump into the water, or charge a small entry fee that goes to support your organization.

Obviously, this event must be in a cold location or occur during a cold weather month. Depending on where you live, winter is your best, coldest bet! If there are buildings with an interesting history in your town, why not share the historical facts with the rest of your area?

Many of the best fundraising ideas utilize local spaces! This walk can work equally well as an architectural tour. A museum or historical society is your best bet.

Fundraising not only brings money into your organization, but it also builds community. Think about who you want to bring to your event and how you want it to feel! The Ultimate Guide to Legacy Gifts. Author: Tatiana Morand. Want More Fundraising Ideas?

The 7 Best Ongoing Fundraising Ideas While there are a lot of good fundraising ideas out there, many only last for a few weeks, or even a single day! Here are 7 of the best ongoing fundraising ideas to bring in revenue throughout the year: 1.

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The Best Time to Do This: Anytime. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Local grocery stores and small businesses are great places to ask about placing a can.

The Best Time to Do This: Shoppers tend to spend more around holiday seasons, so try to negotiate a partnership around Christmas or Thanksgiving.

Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: This fundraising idea might work better with larger grocery store chains who already have a giving program in place. Challenges to Consider: Dealing with a large amount of cash can be complicated. The Best Time to Do This: During a sporting event or other large event where participants are looking for fun ways to win prizes!

Challenges to Consider: Getting free services is always a challenge, but work on selling your mission and vision in a compelling way to engage donors. Challenges to Consider: Be sure to think through the logistics of securing the donation and coordinating the travel with the winner.

The Best Time to Do This: This fundraising idea might be best held in the winter, when people are dying for a tropical vacation away. Challenges to Consider: You need to sell and distribute the golden tickets strategically so people keep purchasing until all of the product is sold.

Challenges to Consider: If you get good fakes, it will be difficult to tell when the real gem has been selected. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: The space you use might have to be rented from a local park if you want to get additional pedestrian traffic.

Challenges to Consider: Make sure everything is in order for insurance and safety, since these very expensive vehicles will be on loan! Here are 8 creative ways to raise money with contests: 1. Challenges to Consider: Finding an animal-friendly space and buying a prize or rosettes for the winning pets are the main considerations.

Challenges to Consider: Make sure you have enough pumpkins, and that children have adequate supervision. The Best Time to Do This: Before Halloween, of course! Challenges to Consider: Remind everyone to bring in photos—it would be too bad if they forgot!

Challenges to Consider: Promote the contest well in advance so you get a lot of entries, and get permission from top entries to use them in your marketing materials. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Photography classes at a local college might be a good place to start promoting. The Best Time to Do This: This is a good one for fall or winter, when people are likely to spend more time at home doing crafts.

Challenges to Consider: Depending on your location, you may need an alcohol permit. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: It would be worth connecting with local Greek organizations to see if they would support and volunteer at your event.

Challenges to Consider: Depending on your location and offerings, you may need an alcohol permit. The Best Time to Do This: Cornhole screams summer! Challenges to Consider: If you live in a colder area, you could turn this into a snowman building contest instead!

The Best Time to Do This: Summer, of course! How about one of the following: 1. The Best Time to Do This: Anytime works, but consider doing it around the time of playoffs for your chosen sport so that people are extra riled up! Challenges to Consider: Make sure to coordinate a referee to monitor the challenge and declare a winner.

The Best Time to Do This: This event could work anytime, but might be nice to do at an outdoor court during a warm weather month. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: A local basketball team may let you host on their court in exchange for the support.

Challenges to Consider: Be sure to keep general dart safety in mind and ensure children are supervised. The Best Time to Do This: During a larger event, or something carnival-themed!

Challenges to Consider: Make sure you have enough rings in case a few get lost along the way. The Best Time to Do This: During a larger event. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Partner with a shooting range or set up a large field.

The Best Time to Do This: This fundraising idea would work whenever the weather is nice. The Best Time to Do This: Do this in the spring or fall when people are ready to run outside. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: This is a great fundraising idea you can use to raise money for a local hospital or nursing facility.

Challenges to Consider: Set up a clear scoring system for how much each denomination is worth, and have a referee on hand to settle disputes. The Best Time to Do This: Do this in the spring or fall when people are ready to relax outdoors. Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Check with a baseball stadium near you, or even a local park, to see if you can book their space.

The Best Time to Do This: Spring or summer, when participants will be happy to stand outside and chat as they throw ducks. Challenges to Consider: Remember to factor in the cost of your text to give service. Challenges to Consider: These websites work best when you provide regular updates for the people who have contributed, so factor in some time to keep everyone in the loop.

Challenges to Consider: Try to think of an engaging challenge that relates to your community or cause. Challenges to Consider: Doing a full day of social media takes some planning. Challenges to Consider: This fundraiser depends on your members.

The Best Time to Do This: Because this only gathers a small percentage of each sale, this is a fundraising idea that needs to be run year-round to see donations accumulate. Challenges to Consider: Custom calendars are huge around the holidays, so get your order in early to ensure they arrive in time for holiday sales.

The Best Time to Do This: Shoot for the holidays so that your calendars are out before January 1st! Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Try to link up with a local photographer to take the calendar pictures and keep costs low.

The Best Time to Do This: Succulents look great all year round! Challenges to Consider: Be aware of regulations around food sales in your area, and ask permission from the organizer if you plan to sell at an event.

Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Ask around to find events in your community at which you can participate. Challenges to Consider: Decide whether to design an item and get it made professionally, or to ask your community to help make them.

Sponsoring or Partnering Organization: Art schools in your area might be willing to help out for exposure. Challenges to Consider: While printing on demand does save you money, it also means that each shirt costs more to produce, and it also takes more time.

In any text, an author wants you to have a particular experience. It could be introducing a new concept, making you understand something, change your opinion, or to convince you of something. These questions look at your ability to identify what the author is intending.

Is the author presenting an idea and giving examples to explain it? Is the author presenting contrasting ideas? Is the author presenting rhetorical questions? Is the author simply presenting a set of advantages or disadvantages?

These are some of the questions that will allow you to understand structure. Attend one of the most engaging Digital SAT Sessions in India - For Free. Interact with our awesome trainers.

The underlined sentence in this passage reveals that Manfred encounters a tall figure wrapped in a white mantle, who he believes to be the same person he saw earlier in the cloisters. Therefore, the correct answer is A It reveals the identity of the figure that Manfred encounters.

The sentence does not introduce a new character, create suspense, or provide descriptive details about the setting, making the other answer choices incorrect. The underlined sentence in this passage conveys that the characters are experiencing a sense of pleasure and enthusiasm from viewing the beauty of nature, which is a central theme of the passage.

Therefore, the correct answer is C To convey the pleasure that the characters derive from their surroundings. The sentence does not primarily highlight a contrast between Emily and her companions, describe the natural setting, or emphasize Mrs.

Building brand awareness, boosting engagement, getting likes, marketing a new product, gaining followers and learning more about your followers are all common goals. When planning your contest, make sure to keep those goals in mind. You are responsible for running the contest legally.

Hint: a lottery includes any contest where participants are required to spend money to play, i. One tried-and-true place to house all these regulations, notifications, and consents is a giveaway landing page. Requiring people to use their personal timelines or friend connections to participate is not allowed.

Asking people to tag a friend or share a Facebook post on their timeline used to be a standard contest requirement. No more! Those practices were actually pretty annoying to most people.

Decreasing the overall pollution on Facebook means a better experience for users, which means people will continue to use the platform and enter your contests. One grey area is asking people to like your Facebook Business Page.

That said, you can encourage people to like your Page and enter for a chance to win via a less suspect method. Pick a prize that aligns with your brand, and is something your followers are going to get excited about.

For example, giving away a product from a new launch is a great way to promote the launch and the non-winners might just buy the product anyway. All the details of your contest can be communicated via plain text, sure.

You can create hype by sharing info about your prize or, if you have multiple prizes, you can share one per day leading up to your contest launch. Use Hootsuite for free for 30 days. And, liftoff! Publish your contest on Facebook and watch those entries flood in.

Make sure to moderate the contest post and address any questions or confusion that might crop up. As you approach the contest deadline, make sure you communicate to your followers that time is running out. Are there any rules for picking winners of Facebook contests?

Technically, no. Picking a winner totally randomly is the best way to go. In other words, edit all of your contest posts and add a line stating that the contest is closed.

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