What is a restaurant fundraiser?

Community fundraisers give restaurants an effective way to connect with nonprofits by making charitable donations. The simple three-step process works as follows:

1. Schedule

A nonprofit organization, such as a local school group, and a restaurant coordinate a date/time for a fundraiser.

2. Eat

The nonprofit brings supporters to the restaurant at the scheduled time to order food.

3. Benefit

The restaurant donates a percentage of event sales to the nonprofit and enjoys the new customers.

Force4Good Results

Nonprofits participating in a Force4Good fundraiser receive an average donation size of $150, though we’ve repeatedly seen groups raise over $1,000 in a single event. The more supporters who attend the fundraiser, the higher the donation.

Fundraising made simple

Force4Good makes planning and carrying out fundraisers a piece of cake. From a simplified step-by-step application process to providing personalized webpages and marketing flyers, Force4Good has you covered.

Plan a fundraiser

Our Mission

We believe in being a Force For Good by supporting our communities one fundraiser at a time. Our goal is to facilitate one million restaurant fundraisers by 2025.

We also practice what we preach. That’s why we donate 1% of our own revenues to worthy charitable causes.

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