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Personalized. Build a killer sweepstakes fundraiser page just for your cause. Brand your fundraising page with your logo, domain, and content in moments, including FAQ and official rules.
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Perks of Using Eventgroove Fundraising
Manage your campaign
Manage all aspects of your sweepstakes campaign for the ultimate custom experience. From setting custom calls-to-action to offering tiered incentives.
Sweepstakes is the ultimate flexible fundraiser because they can be run by any organization–not just nonprofits. Enter as many prizes, at any size, as you want.
Get supporters excited by adding merchandise boosters to your drawing at different levels to entice additional entries.
Help with regulations
Our team is here to guide you every step of the way through the setup process and put our powerful software to work.
Frequently Asked Questions
Creating your first Eventgroove Fundraising sweepstakes fundraiser?
Here are answers to our most often asked questions.
How are raffles different than sweepstakes?
Though sweepstakes and raffles are alike in that they both involve people supporting your cause by getting entries into a drawing for a prize, they are regulated differently. Raffles are most often considered a form of gambling by government regulators since donors make a payment in exchange for a chance to win something (like you’d do at a casino). Despite this, raffles for charitable purposes can be allowed at the federal level for 501(c)(3) organizations (US), but they must still comply with all state and local raffle laws that apply to them. This makes it very difficult to run an interstate raffle and impossible to run them nationally. Consult with your state government gaming/gambling departments and their websites to ensure you are in full compliance with your fundraiser.
By law, sweepstakes must offer a free method of entry (typically by mail-in form) in addition to donation-based entries. Because of this, sweepstakes may not be considered a gambling activity in the same way that raffles would be (you can’t gamble for free). This difference in structure means that raffles and sweepstakes are regulated differently. Accordingly, charitable organizations may be able to run a sweepstakes in all 50 states and even internationally. As stated above, ensure you consult with your state government gaming/gambling departments and their websites to ensure full compliance of your fundraiser.
Will people donate if they can enter for free?
Are sweepstakes donations tax-deductible?
Can I run a sweepstakes internationally?
Do I have to call it a "sweepstakes"?
How are sweepstakes winners drawn?
Do your drawings meet legal Equal Dignity requirements?
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