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Leen teen fundraising day Italy


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Leen teen fundraising day Italy

  1. 1. All the “leen teen”students” and “leen teen” teachers have been involved in the organization of this “fundraising” event. The target group was made up of school students, families, teachers and friends. We shared the common idea that our fundraising event should be focused in collecting money for some of our schoolmates, special needs students who need special school materials. Our main goal was raising awareness about special students and people and developing a sense of global responsibility.
  2. 2. 1. Brainstorming 2. What we’ll do with the money raised 3. Choosing the type of event 4. Business Plan 5. The organization of our Event 6. Fundraising 7. The Event video 8. Swot analysis
  3. 3. 1 st Step: BRAINSTORMING First we had a brainstorming activity and we got a lot of ideas such as marathon, chess match, bicycle ride and some more. After that we agreed about a music show because it could involve young people better. Finally, it was nice for us to practice teamwork as we had the opportunity to acquire new skills.
  4. 4. 2 nd Step: WHAT WE’LL DO WITH THE MONEY RAISED We thought to use the money to set up a lab for special needs students. We could buy materials to stimulate their creativity, such as painter kits, pottery kits, a variety of stationery. Depending on the amount, we could also buy a pc or special software to support teaching activities.
  5. 5. 3 rd Step: CHOOSING THE TYPE OF EVENT Among all the ideas, we finally chose the music show. Some of us knew guys playing in a band and four well known saxophonists in our town. So it was easier to contact them. We had to rush because we wanted to have our event before Easter holidays which were going to start in three weeks time.
  6. 6. 4 th Step: BUSINESS PLAN Before organizing the event we asked for a series of quotations to compare (rent of the premises, advertising, sound engineer, filming). After examining them properly, we selected the best suppliers for quality and money. Next we calculated the total costs and chose the amount of the fee based on the number of planned investments. Only after having drawn up and consulted the "business plan" we finally confirmed the most affordable quotes and advertised the event.
  7. 7. 5 th Step: THE ORGANIZATION OF OUR EVENT In order to organize this event, we first thought about the location and we finally agreed to have it in the same auditorium where we had the charity event last winter. Then we asked the local band and four saxophonists to partecipate as special guests. At the end, we contacted two local TVs to record the show.The musicians were very happy top lay as they thought our goal was great and noble.
  8. 8. 6 th Step: FUNDRAISING We charged 4 euros per ticket and, we collected 800€. It was a quite big amount of money. We were happy about that. It meant that our schoolmates and friends really understood the importance of being helpful to people in need and wanted to improve their way of living.
  9. 9. 7 th Step : THE EVENT VIDEO
  10. 10. STRENGHTS •Effectiveness of team work •Involvement and motivation of students •Great fun WEAKNESSES •Lack of time to monitor each step •Too short time to organize the event OPPORTUNITIES •Young people could show their talents. Event was shot by two local TVs, so they had the opportunity to be known •Organizers acquired skills in analyzing , criticizing, reacting while facing problems. THREATS Not all the students took part in the event because the chosen day was too close to Easter holidays, so many commuters were already home.