Fundraising Ideas

  1. Valentines day

    Valentines day can be a great way to raise funds for your school, event or charity.light up rose champagne flutes Holding a Valentines day stall can be very effective. Some popular items are the light up rose, these are great for kids to give out. The champagne or wine glasses make a great little gift when filled with chocolates, this ones more for the adults.decor heart orb     A Valentines day dance can be fun! Decorate the tables with LED decor hearts and hand out some fun novelties like the flashing heart boppers and 3D heart necklaces.   flashing lips badge   The flashing lips and heart badges are a great little cost effective item too!  

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  2. Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    October is breast cancer awareness month. Help support breast cancer awareness and research by going Pink for October! Holding a fundraiser or a girls night in is a great way to raise funds to support this cause. These glow novelties give people something special to take away, while making them feel good about contributing to a good cause. They are also inexpensive items making them accessible to more people. [caption id="attachment_65" align="alignleft" width="300"]Pink for October Great pink glow items for fundraising[/caption]   Stickers and printing Putting stickers or printing on products is a great way to promote your cause. It advertises to other people about the cause, and reminds people why they bought the item and how they contributed.   If you are holding an event for this cause, we would like to offer 5% off our wholesale prices as our donation towards your order. Please mention this offer when ordering.

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  3. Night Golf

    [caption id="attachment_58" align="alignleft" width="300"]Glow Golf Glow Golf[/caption] How to Run a ‘Nite-Golf’ Tournament Nitelite Golf gives us the excitement of using the course after dark.  Many courses are over used during the day and what pro would not relish more business and sales especially when overheads are not increased?  Pros tell us that Nitelite golf also increases food and beverage sales substantially. THE NIGHT LITE GOLF BALL With the Jumbo Nitelite Glow Golfball, golf can be enjoyed at dusk and on the darkest nights.  The ball is the same size and weight as a regulation ball, is very durable and can be used over and over. It flies as true as any golfball, has good lift, backspin, and putts true. Extensive testing has proven the Nitelite Golfball will travel 90% as far as the best ball made.  It is best to use one or two clubs heavier to obtain the same distance ie; use a 7 or 8 iron where you might generally use a 9 iron. Never use drivers as the thin faces can be damaged with the slightly harder glow balls. LIGHTING THE FAIRWAYS That’s easily solved. Use 6” lightsticks attached to each flagpole and intermediate markers.  The light sticks can be seen up to 600 metres away on a dark night and last at least 6-8 hours. The cost is minimal. For best results we suggest using two of the 6” lightsticks on each tee at the ball markers, either on the ground or on a stake and two at the intermediate markers on 1 metre high stakes. Why not try something different by using the Mini Décor Orbs or Morphing Pyramid lights at the ball markers.  They are battery operated and slowly change colour for a fun effect. Simply change the batteries and reuse for your next round.  Attach one 6” Glow stick at the centre of the flag pole and one about 10cms above the hole with elastic bands or tape- best to attach them perpendicular to the pin so they can be seen from any direction. Our 8” wire bracelets can be used in the cup for visibility during your short game.  Mark any hazards and place a lightstick about 10m from the green on the side to which the players will be leaving the green.  This keeps buggies off the green and shows the way to the next tee. Players can ‘blink’ a torch or wave a lightstick when leaving the green to signal the next group up. 22” Literopes can be worn by the players or placed on the buggy for visibility and safety whilst playing. FUNDRAISING Any organization (charities in particular) can stage a tournament on any course in their locality.  Clubs often donate their courses or reduce fees as a form of sponsorship.  You might consider a fund-raising tournament to raise money for your own club.  In any event the club will always benefit from the food and beverage sales, carts and green fees. In planning a Nitelite Golf  tournament you are only limited to your imagination; three, five, nine or eighteen hole tournaments, Longest drive, Shotgun scramble and putting contests are all popular.

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  4. Welcome to our new Everything Glows Blog!

    Welcome to our first blog post! This blog is designed to help you make your next fundraiser, party or event a successful one. Whether it be for fundraising, retail sales, carnivals and fairs, parties, hens night, weddings or at a nightclub. We will be posting all of our great ideas, photos, tips and more! We would like to invite and encourage clients to send us any photos and story's they have. We are happy to help promote your event, cause or anything else! If you would like to be a part of our blog please email us at sales@everythingglows.com.au

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