A good, sturdy turnstile is good for your fund raiser April 19, 2017

You need to be congratulated.

Because what you are doing is quite noble indeed. You are on the cusp of hosting your first charity event. This is a fund raiser which is hopefully going to collect a substantial amount for a cause or institution that you have targeted or signed up to assist. Those who have been in the charity business before will also be congratulating you at this time. They know that you have entered the realms of what could be a lifetime calling.

While they will be telling you that this is a worthwhile line of work to get involved in, they will be quick to warn you that you should not expect to be richly rewarded for all your hard work. If you are after money, then you are in the wrong business. Rather go in for investment banking than NGO work, there’s far more money in that. But, no, you have decided that you are in this for the long haul. Well, congratulations to you once more.

Make sure that you have a business plan in place. Yes, although this is a charity event, it is still a business, and it needs to be run smartly like a business in order for the event to achieve any success. Always make sure that your inventory of goods is appropriate for the event and while you can go all out in seeking donations, renting does provide you with quality at least. If you are expecting large crowds then you’ll need to rent a security turnstile or two.

You’ll also need to make sure that fencing is arranged in such a way that in case of emergencies, crowds are able to exit safely.

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