Fundraising is a necessity for cheer squads; but successfully fundraising is a whole different ball game. Whether you're holding a car wash, selling baked goods, throwing a party, or using Fun"D" 2 Raise cards, every fundraiser can benefit from advertising.

Find out four different ways to advertise your fundraiser, no matter how small your budget.

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Word of Mouth
Word of mouth marketing is great for cheer squads and programs that don't have the money to advertise. It's the easiest way to get people involved and it can really unite a community. Word of mouth marketing is great for cheer squads and programs that don't have the money to advertise.

Local Partners
You'd be surprised by how many small businesses enjoy helping school teams and programs with their fundraising. Whether you want to pair up with a business for a big event or just want a little help in spreading the word about your fundraiser, there are several ways you can work with local businesses.

Social Media
The ubiquity of social media makes fundraising a lot easier than it used to be. You can spread the word about your fundraiser to an unlimited number of people with the click of a button. Gone are the days of door-to-door fundraising. Now, it's all about technology!

Getting Press
Getting press for your fundraiser can be easier to do than you may have thought, but only if you prepare and know what steps to take. Using press can make a huge difference in the amount of money you raise versus the amount you have to spend to get people to attend. Here's some advise and tips on how you can get the right kind of press.

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