Freestore Foodbank Rubber Duck Regatta

25th Annual Rubber Duck Regatta

GAME EVENTS 2019 Duck Race, rubber duck race, Weekend Duck Races

Freestore Foodbank is going bigger than ever for their 25th Annual Rubber Duck Regatta presented by Dawn! 200,000- yes, 200,000 rubber ducks will hit the Ohio River on September 1st. Each duck purchased, can provide 15 meals for kids in the community. The first lucky duck to cross the finish line will take home a 2019 Honda CRV LX, with …

15,000 Rubber Ducks Race For Kids In Tampa!

GAME EVENTS 2019 Duck Race

More ducks are coming to race for the 3rd Annual Incredible Duck Race presented by the Kiwanis Club of Tampa! On Saturday, August 24th, a total of 15,000 ducks will race down Hillsborough River in front of Curtis Hixon Park. All proceeds will benefit local children’s programs and charities to provide scholarships, build a reading room in Boys & Girls …

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Ducks For Youth

GAME EVENTS 2019 Duck Race, Fundraising, rubber duck race

After two weeks resting up, our ducks are back in three cities this Saturday! Both Wakefield Rotary Club and Montville Athletic Club are racing for the 1st time alongside veteran racer, Cedar Rapids Daybreak Rotary. A grand total of 20,000 ducks will race between these cities to raise money for youth and family-focused programs. If you find one in your …

Houston Duck Derby Raceway

10 Reasons to Race Derby Ducks

GAME EVENTS Derby Duck Race, Fundraising, Fundraising Community, Marketing

We have numerous reasons why a Derby Duck Race would be great for any nonprofit organization. Here are our top 10 reasons why your nonprofit should do a Derby Duck Race fundraiser. 10. Raise Thousands of Dollars Every Year for Your Organization Whether your nonprofit organization is large or small, a Derby Duck Race allows your group to raise thousands …

Chicago Ducky Derby Volunteers

10 Tips to Keep your Volunteers Motivated and Happy

GAME EVENTS Derby Duck Race, Fundraising, Fundraising Community

Nonprofit organizations need volunteers more than ever and people want to volunteer. The value of a volunteer per hour is worth $23.56 according to the Independent Sector. We would like to think that all volunteers serve nonprofits out of the goodness of their hearts which is certainly a factor; however, your volunteers have choices about where, when and how they …

Austin Duck Derby Group Photo

Fundraising Trends of Each Generation

GAME EVENTS Fundraising, Fundraising Community, Fundraising Information, Marketing, Social Media

Do you know your donor demographics? What is the most common age range of your donors? What communication styles do they prefer? How do they show support for nonprofit organizations? Recognizing and understanding the behavioral trends of donors in different generational groups has always been a challenge for nonprofit organizations. The more you know about your donors, the greater you …

Woman working on Derby Duck Race

The Power of Storytelling

GAME EVENTS Derby Duck Race, Fundraising, Fundraising Community, Marketing, Storytelling

The goal of your Derby Duck Race is not only to raise funds for your nonprofit organization but to use it as another platform to bring awareness about your organization’s cause. Your story will have an impact on how many duck adoptions you receive, whether they are done online through your Equack website or in person at adoption events. It …

Rubber Duck Race

Ducks Race For Our Youth!

GAME EVENTS 2019 Duck Race, rubber duck race, Weekend Duck Races

This Saturday, 65,000 ducks are taking over Florida and Georgia to raise money for youth in their communities. Keep scrolling to see who’s racing in Bradenton, Cartersville and Gainesville and the QUACK-tastic causes their racing for! 1. Lucky Ducky Race For PaceDucks Racing: 25,000Organization: Pace Center For GirlsWhere: Bradenton, FLWho They Serve: Help teen girls achieve their academic goals, develop …

How to Leverage Your Fundraising Expenses

GAME EVENTS Fundraising, Fundraising Information, Marketing

How to Leverage Your Fundraising Expenses Through Sponsorships and In-Kind Donations Our blog this week discusses some tips on how nonprofits can put as much money as possible back into their organizations to cover fundraising event costs. An event like a Derby Duck Race can be time-consuming and the last thing a nonprofit wants is for all the money raised …