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CCSA Calls On Nonprofit Organizations to Fundraise with a Local Paint Your Own Pottery (PYOP) Studio

Wednesday, August 14, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Laura Dendy
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Nonprofit organizations can fundraise in a variety of ways, such as selling tickets to events at
the PYOP studio, earmarking percentage of sales, auctioning/raffling artwork, selling tiles to
families who then create a tile wall, and more.
BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) August 13, 2019 -- As September rolls around, nonprofit organizations gear up
for a critical period: the last few months of the year during which 34 percent of all charitable giving takes place.


This year, the Contemporary Ceramic Studios Association (CCSA) is inviting nonprofit organizations to maximize this window of opportunity by fundraising with a local Paint Your Own Pottery (PYOP) studio. Key benefits of the partnership include:
- PYOP studio owners are available to help nonprofit organization staff plan the perfect fundraising event that aligns with their mission, or that is tied to a specific campaign or cause.
- There is no risk or cost to nonprofit organizations. PYOP studios provide the space, supplies, and trained instructors.
- Nonprofit organizations can fundraise in a variety of ways, such as selling tickets to events at the PYOP studio, earmarking percentage of sales, auctioning/raffling artwork, selling tiles to families who then create a tile wall, and more.
- There is no risk that bad weather will interrupt or cancel fundraising activities, since everything takes place indoors in a comfortable, climate-controlled environment.
- Most PYOP studios are family owned and operated, and led by caring people who want to connect with their communities and serve a resource for local involvement and support.

 

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