Fundraising Comedy Hypnotist Show and More Fundraising Ideas
Straightforward Community Events and Charity Fundraisers
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Fundraising for a worthy cause is very rewarding.
If you’re a community group or organisation looking for practical and effective fundraising ideas then have a chat with Gerard V.
A comedy night fundraiser or hypnotist show is a great excuse for a fun night out, and a lovely way to get your friends, family and
community groups involved.
More social than a movie night
More spectactular than a quiz evening
Less work than a fun run
No matter your level of experience with fundraising drives, a comedy hypnotiost show fundraiser is a good idea to explore.
There’s no harm in asking Gerard V about his availability and the costs involved (he’s reasonably priced and there’s no up-front cost).
Information for People New to Fund Raising Events
If this is your first time doing a fundraiser, or you are relatively new at it, click below
You’re probably keen to work out how much money you can raise doing a simple show like this.
It depends a bit on where you are and when you’re doing it. It also depends a lot on you and your team.
Tickets to the Gerard V show sell for between $25 - $60 mostly - with the median being around $35. However there have been
events as low as $15 and one as high as $200. That’s much better than a gold coin donation, for raising money eh!
You should choose a ticket price that will work for your community. Too cheap and they’ll think it is rubbish,
too expensive and that wont want to pay.
Send Gerard V a message and he’ll get back to you with some actual numbers including costs for the show, travel if needed, and the profit you make for
a show in your city or town.
So can you actually do this? Answer these questiosn for yourself to find out.
Can you get 80+ people to buy tickets for a fun night out? (More is better though, say 180+)
Do you have the confidence to ask people to pay you for tickets and to take their money?
Is yours the kind of cause people will actually support?
Can you arrange a venue somewhere for your event?
Do you have the support of 2 or more additional people who will genuinely help you?
If the answers to the above are all yes then you can totally do this!
If you have trouble asking people for money then you'll struggle.
If your cause does not engage people's hearts, they'll be reluctant to help you.
If you are going it alone - it might be too hard. You'll almost certainly need help.
The show is amazing and world class, so it is worth it for a night out as family entertainment. Even if fundraising weren't involved.
And there's no upfront cost so you don't need to be rich to start with. But it does take effort. If there were effortless ways to raise
lots of cash, we'd all be wealthy.
If you are still not sure, there's no harm in finding out more about it.
Contact Gerard V for a free consultation, you’ll be
pleased that you did. This needs to work for everyone.
If you're looking for something different, or have some fundraising ideas that you think Gerard V could be a part of,
just message or call. Gerard V is approachable, helpful, and wont muck you around.
You already know that fund raising takes effort. Even if you're well into your fundraising planning
for this year and next - you might be surprised how easy it is to book Gerard V for your event (if he is available).
Gerard V has been the headline act for several charity fundraising events that have raised over $10,000 and some over $50,000. These have
been gala dinners with entertainment, or part of a comedy night fundraiser. Gerard V is a full-time professional entertainer
Gerard V performs in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Europe and the Pacific Islands.
Sound, Light & Production
For certain events Gerard V can bring a sound and lighting rig for the show. Basically, if he can drive there from one of his several base depots around Australia or NZ
then he can bring equipment with him. That can save you considerable cost and the hassle arranging it yourself.
And remember that if you're going to have a good number of guests in the audience - a decent sound system is a must.
Why would you choose a wednesday? Doesn't everybody want a Friday or Saturday night? Well that's the problem!
For many communities, if you organise an event on the weekend then you'll find you're competing with other events for ticket sales,
or you find that people are already booked for family functions, 21sts and such. An early evening show on a Wednesday can be
easier to get people along to. Especially if they know they'll be home by 10:00pm or 10:30. Also Gerard V is more likely to be available then
too. And you get the show for around half price.