With all the world vying for your attention to support their cause, it just gets overwhelming at times, doesn't it? It seems every time you get on social media, someone else has their "virtual" hand out, or has started a new gofundme account. That's why, when you need to raise funds for your organization, a comedy show just makes perfect sense. People love to laugh. When you give them the gift of laughter, in exchange for their contribution, it just makes giving to your cause that much more enjoyable. And doesn't the Bible say, "the Lord loves a cheerful giver"? Grumpy people aren't typically generous givers, right? So, let's get them laughing so they can be cheerful, generous givers!
Peppi organized her first fundraiser at the age of 23, when she rallied her entire community to raise almost $20,000 for a sick friend in one day. She now has over thirty years of fundraising experience all at your disposal. Peppi will be happy to offer ideas on how to find others to help fund expenses of your comedy event, so you can profit more from ticket sales to benefit your organization.
"Peppi was the best decision I made for our fundraising event. This was our first huge fundraising event and with her suggestions it was a huge success. If you want a funny, entertaining, encouraging comedian then you definitely want Peppi. Call her today you won’t be sorry that you did." ~ C Myrick; FBC Robertsdale, AL
Following is a text Peppi received after an event to raise funds for a homeless shelter. Because of Covid, there were only about 50 guests in attendance, Yet, $8,400 was raised plus monthly donors, which was all profit, because the booker followed Peppi's Advice and suggestions. Remember, this was just from fifty people in the audience! Here is the text I received:
"Here's some follow up and highlight information for you:
A. $4,200 raised at the fundraiser
B. A dollar for dollar match making the amount raised $8,400.
C. New sign up monthly subscribers for our newsletter and monthly donors. What a blessing!" ~ E Grimes; Murfreesboro, TN Rescue Mission