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Here are some websites that are the world’s best kept secrets…(besides party411events.com and party411.com, of course!)… Special Events/Private & Corporate
- Special Event Magazine—OMG, I love this magazine (specialevents.com). Check it out for the latest and newest of what ‘s going on. From photos of award-winning table settings to food ideas and entertainment, this is a site that will get your juices flowing.
- Catersource Magazine—great ideas for food, tablesettings and more.
- Event Solutions Magazine—another great resource (event-solutions.com). Photos from hottest parties, menus from the likes of Wolfgang Puck…
- Floral Design Magazine—if you need ideas for your florist and/or client (not that Cleveland doesn’t have some of the most talented in the country), this magazine is a great resource (floraldesignmagazine.com).
- BizBash—tools, photos, vendors, references, sources and the hottest items on the market (bizbash.com).
- Go Fund Me—This site has a way to list your fundraiser and raise $ online. However, look a little further, and you’ll see what other organizations are doing to raise money.
- Sign Up Genius—another great way to collect money and volunteers, etc. Again, read between the lines for great ideas. (signupgenius.com/nonprofit/50-creative-and-easy-fundraising-ideas).
- Razoo —this site lists events and what they have raised divided by cause (razoo.com/p/fundraising-ideas).
- WriteExpress—not sure how to write a solicitation letter for your event, silent auction or ad book? Here’s how (writeexpress.com/fundraising.htm).
- npEngage—how to fundraise using social media. There are a plethora of sites, but this is concise and gives you some insight (npengage.com/event-fundraising/the-real-roi-fundraising-with-social-media/)
- Mitzvah Market (mitzvahmarket.com)—I know these girls and they are great. These are fabulous ideas (no matter what the event). Check it out and you will be inspired. They have a newsletter—sign up.
- Mitzvahlicious—another great site with great ideas. A current blog post is about place cards made out of matza (matzah, matzoh–however). I swear!