The Kickstart Project: Changing the World One Student at a Time
Grayson County DECA chapter has established a career development campaign called “Kickstart.” Kickstart strives to increase leadership skills, knowledge of careers, and innovative thought through workshops incorporating rigorous, project-based activities.
Aligning Fundraising with Your Community’s Events
Aligning fundraising with your community's events can be a strategic way to raise funds while fostering a sense of togetherness and support among community members. Here are some steps to align fundraising with your community’s events effectively.
Fundraising with Flair: 5 Ways to Fundraise for Your Chapter
If you are looking for new ideas to procure funds and support your chapter’s needs, this article is for you! By implementing five creative ways to fundraise with flair, your DECA chapter can raise funds while having fun and connecting with your community.
100 Ideas from Collegiate DECA's Engage Conference
Check out these 100 member-generated ideas and best practices to help boost your chapter's community involvement, competition preparation, fundraising strategies and member engagement.
I <3 DECA (and Fundraising Too!)
As the season of love approaches, it is time to begin brainstorming creative ways to spread the DECA love! Continue reading to learn some fun ideas that will allow your members to feel the love this February while raising funds for your chapter!
3 Fundraising Ideas for Fall
It seems that in every facet of DECA, fundraising is a necessity. During these unique times, it's important to innovate to ensure your chapter can participate in events and remain secure for the future. Here are three virtual fundraisers to try this fall.
Partner with Purpose: Developing Partnerships for a Stronger DECA
For your DECA chapter or association to thrive, it is valuable to find individuals or organizations that can help you achieve your mission and goals. Forming partnerships allows multiple groups to receive benefits while also contributing to the greater good of their respective markets.