Fundraising Ideas - How To Host A Horse Race Night To Raise Money For Charity
If you haven't attended a charity race night before and you are wondering how to go about organising one, this guide is meant for you.
By: Race Night Shop UK Global
You have decided to raise funds for a worthy cause and have heard about race nights. They are the easiest and most economical way of raising money, provided you follow our beginners' guide.
As well as printing the names of sponsors, owners and jockeys in your race card, you can also encourage businesses to pay for an advert.
On the CD-ROM we supply with your pack, there are templates to help you produce a simple race card.
Most organisations usually have someone who is good on a computer, who would take great pleasure in designing a race card. Most home printers can now produce excellent results, or – for a more professional finish – ask a local printer to print the race card in exchange for a free advert.
If you get 10 adverts – at £15 each – you will raise £150.
The most effective way to raise funds on the night of your event is via the tote betting desk. Unfortunately, however, this is the biggest cause for concern for beginners and novices alike.
On most race nights, the betting tickets are sold for £1 each; customers can place as many bets, on as many horses as they like. Two tickets would cost £2, and five tickets would cost £5 etc. For example, if someone bet £2 on Horse 3, and £5 on Horse 6, it would cost £7.
The payout is for the winner only. To buy Horse Racing fundraising DVD,s instant downloads and race tote tickets with FREE UK delivery visit https://www.racenightshop.co.uk/
Race Night Shop