The team at Socially Funded has been working hard to help businesses in the Tampa Bay area raise more money for their causes. By partnering with local organizations to put on silent auctions, Socially Funded enhances guest experience, while alleviating the heavy lifting event organizers often find with silent auctions.
Most recently, Socially Funded has partnered with the team at Beat Nb for the Evening to Beat Childhood Cancer Gold event and the 71st Annual A/TA Tony Jannus Chapter Air Force Ball.
Beat Nb is an organization committed to raising awareness and driving neuroblastoma cancer research, the most common cancer in children. Through various fundraising and events, Beat Nb continues to fund a global research consortium that supports 45+ hospitals and research institutions nationally. One such event is the Beat Nb Gold Gala that took place on September 8th. The evening included dinner, entertainment and families telling their stories about how the disease has affected them. Socially Funded assisted the event team in putting on a silent auction, raising approximately $2,000 towards the cause.
“As with all of the events we participate in, our goal is to bring organizations a new revenue stream to raise money, while adding more excitement to the event without the event planner having to do additional work,” says Socially Funded CEO, Zach Abel.
The 71st Annual A/TA Tony Jannus Chapter Air Force Ball took place on September 15th, celebrating the Air Force’s military heritage, and the relationship with the Tampa Bay Community. Military and civilians alike come together for a night of food and entertainment. Socially Funded handled the silent auction from start to finish, selling 40 items with all proceeds going directly to the Air Force Aid Society.
Socially Funded aims to provide a unique silent auction experience to guests and even organizers, while increasing the amount of money given to each organization. To learn more about the services they offer, visit their website here or Facebook page here.
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