Fundraising and Working with Small Business - 12/6/2018

| Tuesday June 12

Small Biz Matters – a half hour program each week where you can work ON your business rather than IN it.
with Alexi Boyd from Boyd Office Management Services
Date: 12 June 2018

  • The fundraiser taps into big business to assist small businesses and community groups.
  • The fundraiser offers community groups and small businesses the opportunity to generate additional revenue with minimal expenditure.
  • Small Holes Media has utilised a known movie franchise, “Mamma Mia!” to successfully engage community groups and small businesses to reap rewards for everyone.
  • Small Holes Media has utilised entrepreneurial techniques, rarely used in the TV industry to generate jobs, income and community benefits.

Small Holes Media Pty Ltd Founder/CEO, Scott Everingham, wondered whether he could bring joy to the world coinciding with the release of "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again".  

Scott's solution is to recruit local charities, schools, sports/bowling clubs and social organisations  in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand to sell tickets to charity "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" film screenings, with a part of the proceeds going to local charities and breast cancer charities.  

The aim?  To create the world's biggest pink party, raise millions of dollars for breast cancer charities in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand and generate funds for organizations on a local level.

According to Inc. Magazine, small businesses that support charitable causes can benefit from a variety of factors, such as increasing brand exposure, boosting employee moral, tax deductions and the satisfying feeling of helping those in need.