How to Raise Money in a Meaningful Way

Youth workers are always trying to come up with that perfect fundraising idea. But how many car washes can you do? How many candy bars can you sell? Bake sales? Raffle tickets? In the end, you might raise enough money to go on a mission trip and change lives—but what if you could change lives while you were raising that money, too?

Improve the Way You Raise Funds

Logos has created Youth Group Fundraiser (YGF), a program that not only equips you to raise the money you need for awesome ministry events, but also makes a lasting impact in your students’, leaders’, and congregation’s spiritual lives.

What’s more, it’s free.

With YGF, we’ve taken three tried-and-true fundraising methods and combined them with an extremely successful profit-share presentation. One of our regional presenters puts on the presentation at no cost to you. And if you live in a region where presenters aren’t available, you can use our conference presentation video—the same video we show to rapt conference audiences worldwide.

With each Logos Bible Software purchase, your ministry will receive up to $250, and your congregation will enjoy a steep discount. You’ll provide your supporters, volunteers, teens, and congregation with the tools they need to take their Bible study to the next level.

Fundraising Simplified

What really makes YGF work is all the difficult preparation we’ve already done for you. Don’t know where to start? Our trained event representatives will help you build momentum, and our step-by-step calendar will keep you organized. What about promotional materials? We’ve created your posters, flyers, and PowerPoint slides. With the Youth Group Fundraiser content and calendar, you’ll put on a stellar event with very little effort.

Get your free fundraiser kit now at the Youth Group Fundraiser page and start building funds—and changing lives.

Comments

  1. It seems to me that the other commentators have used this page simply to advance some idea of theirs. The program doesn’t strike me as promoting “entitlement” nor of “scandal”.

  2. bryant wilkerson says:

    I don’t believe they are advancing their ideas but simply pointing out a timeless truth; Giving out of the heart straight and simple not by any other mechanism that promotes do this and get this. They understand the simplicity of the gospel that does not revolve around a postmodern thought that absorbs the culture into the church, I agree.