Register for "Getting ALL of the Money in the Room"

Date: October 19, 2018
  • 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Location: United Way of Dane County, Madison, WI

$49.00 before Oct 9, 2018

Price increases $20.00 after Oct 9, 2018 6:00 PM

Getting ALL of the Money in the Room

People give money for a variety of reasons. In gala giving what motivates a donor via one revenue stream may not apply in another. Are you appealing to all of your donor's desires? Until you do you will leave all kinds of potential in a donor's wallet--and not directed toward the cause you work so hard for. In this session you will learn how variety really is the spice of a gala's life and the importance it plays in receiving the money your attendees came to give!

Get answers to these questions: 

  • How should I order my program (ex: speeches, entertainment, awards, fundraising) to set up my event for success?
  • How do I keep guests in their seats for the most important pieces of my program?
  • How will catering impact my event?
  • Why do some people love silent auctions but not bid in the live auction?
  • Why is it that some raffles rock while others fizzle?
  • Do instant buys and sign-up sheets generate more money?
  • How do I engage my guests before they enter the ballroom?

You will walk away from this interactive and fun class with a list of great revenue generators proven to raise more money.


A short break is incorporated in the class. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.  

Registration is a two-part process

First, you must scroll down and create a personal account or log into the one you have created. Then, select and register for your preferred class. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County is proud to be the Host Partner for this workshop!


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Our Clients Say

Learned a lot. Good review of where our auction is and can go. ...BAI really knows what they are talking about. They would never steer us wrong.

Angie Balsimo-Stumpf, Maplewood, MN