Who is GAME

In 1988 GAME would reinvent fundraising events forever with a rubber duck race in Tempe, Arizona which combined community, sponsors and nonprofits in a fun and unique way. Today GAME works with over 100 nonprofit partners including Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, Food Banks and Humane Societies to help them raise funds through our unique, family fundraising event.

GAME’s Rubber Duck Racers are not just famous for their Ducks with Sunglasses, but because they all know the key to a successful fundraising event is partnership. That Partnership begins with GAME’s experience and ongoing support. Our goal is to help you create a successful fundraising event for your nonprofit or cause.

By providing consulting on essential elements as sponsorship, volunteer management, logistics, marketing, and social media, GAME has made the rubber duck race the cause marketing event of today. Because GAME uses cutting edge fundraising techniques learned since our beginnings in 1988, we have helped our partners take their fundraising to the next level. Since each rubber duck race is unique to the community, it helps increase awareness for your nonprofit or cause. This in turn generates the much needed exposure that helps fuel your cause and your sponsors ROI.

We invite your nonprofit to be a part of our Rubber Duck family, allowing us to partner with you to create a signature fundraising event. Race with us and put the “fun” back into fundraising!

 

Fundraising GAME Facts & Timeline


For over 26 years GAME’s Rubber Duck Races have helped nonprofits all over the world raise over $260 million. Take a look at some of the highlights that helped the Rubber Duck Race become the staple in fundraising that it is today.

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GAME offers several fundraising packages in order to allow organizations and communities of all sizes to join in on the fun and success of its races.

Unlike other fundraising companies GAME does not take a percentage of the total amount raised. We keep it simple. No hidden costs. GAME highly recommends that all costs are covered by sponsors secured by your board, volunteers and organization. Sponsors will generally receive a minimum of 6 weeks of exposure leading up to your event.