FUNdraising Resources

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Have Fun. Make an Impact. 

Be part of making a difference in our community by hosting a no-stress event for your besties. 

Mini fundraisers like the ones below can make a BIG difference in United Way of Clallam County's ability to fund programs that benefit the lives of more than 46,000 families and individuals in Clallam County in the areas of Education, Financial Stability, and Health.

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Business Takeover

Do you own a local business? Consider hosting a takeover to benefit United Way of Clallam County! We have resources available to you as well as multiple ways you can structure it. Bonus: We'll market YOU too!

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Request Donations in Lieu of Gifts

Birthday coming up? Declutter your life and give back to our community by asking guests to make a donation to United Way Clallam County instead of bringing a present.

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Seasonal Cocktail Party

Invite your friends for festive cocktails and snacks and use the opportunity to tell them why United Way of Clallam County's work is important to you. Invite them to make a donation before they leave.

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Afternoon Tea

Prepare a spread of tea sandwiches and scones and invite friends to spill the tea with a donation to United Way of Clallam County.  

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BBQ for Your Besties

Enjoy our precious sunny days with a BBQ. Grill up a summer feast and invite your friends to attend by making a donation to United Way of Clallam County. Ask for a specific amount or leave it up to them.

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Back to Basics Bake Sale

There's a reason bake sales have been a go-to fundraiser for generations. Invite your baker friends to donate cakes, cookies, pies and any other baked items for sale and donate the proceeds to United Way of Clallam County. 



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