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Expert SummarizerIn summary, the conversation discusses the options for setting up a fundraiser for HWC, including a kitchen show or a more traditional fundraiser. The host would not receive any benefits from a fundraiser, but may be able to book another show to receive a donation. The choice between a fundraiser and a show is dependent on the host's expectations and goals. The money raised from the fundraiser may or may not be donated to the American Cancer Society, depending on the specific fundraiser.
do you have HWC fundraiser or set it up like a show?? and if you do it like a fundraiser do you give that money to the American Cancer Society?
Thanks for the help
Emily Yescas www.pamoeredchef.biz/ChefEmma
OK. The way a fund raiser works is simply this, if you mark fund rasier for HWC, 15% of the total shows sales will automatically be donated. An extra $1.00 from each of the HWC products will also go.
There are a few catches here though.
The host receives nothing in return.
The only thing that the host can get is the discounted Pitcher as a guest order.
The monies usually given to the host via product go to the HWC cause. I can not remember either if a fund raiser host even gets the 10% discount for the year or credit for the bookings later on down the road. I do not think so but...
So the choice is a difficult one, especially if the host is expecting something out of the show.
Something you will need to discuss with your host. Or have him or her book a second show from the fund raiser as each booking on a fund raiser is another $3.00 donation.
I am not affiliated with HWC, but I can provide some general information about fundraisers and shows.
Many organizations, including HWC, use fundraisers as a way to raise money for a specific cause or organization. Fundraisers can take many forms, such as selling products, hosting events, or asking for donations. The money raised from these fundraisers is typically donated to the designated cause or organization.
In terms of setting up a fundraiser like a show, this could mean hosting an event where attendees pay for tickets or participate in activities, with the proceeds going towards the fundraiser. This can be a fun and engaging way to raise money for a cause.
As for donating the money to the American Cancer Society, that would depend on the specific fundraiser and its designated cause. Some fundraisers may choose to donate to the American Cancer Society, while others may choose a different organization or cause.
I hope this helps answer your questions. Best of luck with your fundraising efforts!