Museum Fundraising Awareness

April 16, 2015

Museums can be fun and educational for the community.  Their exhibits can be seen showcasing everything from space travel to ancient Egyptian artifacts.  Museums are dedicated to bringing fine art, history and culture to the public.  The primary role of a museum is to engage and educate the community.  They also provide education and encourage the study of fine art, history and scientific research.

When planning for new exhibits museums need to appeal to existing members as well as the general public.  By appealing to the masses with a variety of exhibits, they can spark public interest and ultimately raise awareness for their cause.  They can also gain much needed new supporters for their organization.

Museum Fundraising

Community Programs

Museums also need funds for growth, art, cultural events and research.  In order for these institutions to continue presenting new exhibits and community programs, museum fundraising is an essential element.  Donor funds are needed to help keep these programs up and running.  We here at Bricks R Us understand the necessity of bringing these programs to the public.  That’s why we offer step by step support with your fundraiser.

One of the best ways to fundraise for your organization is through having a brick fundraiser.  Here are some of the benefits of having a brick fundraiser with Bricks R Us:

Brick Fundraiser Benefits

  • No upfront investment to your organization
  • Step by step package along with customer service support
  • Free donor website set up for easy ordering
  • No contracts to sign
  • Lowest price guarantee on bricks
  • Free shipping on brick orders

View our video to see how easy it is to get your organization started with a Bricks R Us fundraising campaign today.

We here at Bricks R Us understand the importance of fundraising and we want to help.  Using the right planning tools and having our support every step of the way will help make a difference in your fundraising efforts.

Did you find this blog article helpful?  Are you thinking of doing a fundraiser?  Contact us! We’d love to hear from you and help you get started today.

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