Charity Fundraising today releases “Nonprofits: How to Choose a Charity Fundraising Company” Guide, a free resource for charities, schools and nonprofits looking to choose a company to help them exceed their fundraising goals.

Charity Fundraising is pleased to offer their latest guide, “Nonprofits: How to Choose a Charity Fundraising Company”. Charities, schools, and nonprofit organizations can get fresh insights and tips on how to select the perfect fundraising company for their upcoming event.

The free guide is available for download at: https://www.cfr1.org/charity-fundraising-guide/

The tesm at Charity Fundraising who offer fundraising ideas and authentic charity auction items, created the resource to help charities, schools and nonprofits determine how to choose the right charity fundraising company for their fundraising needs. Phillip Ryan, Director of Media Relations shares, “The guide provides clarity and direction about what to look for in a charity fundraising company. We share our tips on the costs and risks associated with selecting a fundraising partner and much more.”

“A charity fundraising company must be helpful, accommodating and timely when it comes to being the best partner for a nonprofit organization. Our goal is to create revenue for our nonprofit partner’s cause. We ensure this with our zero risk consignment policy,” says Michael, Fundraising Manager for Charity Fundraising.”

The guide mentions great features to look for in a charity fundraising company:

  • Zero-risk consignment basis
  • Recent good quality autographed memorabilia
  • Certificates of authenticity for items

Charity Fundraising’s new guide is an invaluable resource that charities, schools and nonprofit organizations can reference while trying to figure out the best Charity fundraising company to partner with to help exceed their fundraising goals.

Since 2006, Charity Fundraising has served over 5,000 charities, schools and non-profits worldwide, providing fundraising ideas and silent charity auction items to help them exceed all fundraising goals with zero cost and zero risk to the non-profit. In 2012 the company’s no risk auction items raised over $4 million at silent auctions, fundraisers and other charity auctions worldwide.

Visit Charity Fundraising at https://www.cfr1.org/