Find charity event invitations that help you make party-planning simple. Whether you’re hosting a gala fundraiser, yearly holiday party, or charity ball, you’ll find designs that suit your event’s style. Start by customizing an existing typographic or photo invitation with the online design tool. Edit your event’s message (including the all-important fundraiser invitation wording), change the font colors, add your group’s logo, and add envelope liners to make your invitation stand out among the crowd. If you’d prefer to have your organization’s designers take the lead, you can upload your own design into a variety of sizes and formats. Those without artistic staff on hand can enlist the help of our Personal Design Services team—they can take your organization’s logo, branding guidelines, and inspiration images and create a custom charity invitation that’s perfect for your event. The total freedom you’ll have in designing makes Paperless Post the perfect invitation tool for any kind of event or fundraiser. Whether it’s a nonprofit event invitation, a political fundraiser invitation, or a capital campaign fundraiser invitation, you’ll find something that is as stately as the event requires. Or even the opposite: we have lighter options perfect for brunch fundraiser invitations and any of the more casual events your organization might be planning. Since money is naturally a strategic issue, you’ll even find some free fundraiser invitation templates perfect for something quickly planned and high ROI.
Once your design is final, putting together your list of budding prospects will be simple—the online address book will have names from past events you’ve hosted via Paperless Post at the ready, but you can also import contacts from your group’s email accounts or any separate donor lists that you maintain. We also save lists from past events, so that you can have full access to them for future events, prospect management, and any other use you might have. Online RSVP tracking lets you keep a close eye on the headcount and equally important, who hasn’t yet opened or received their invitation. You can give them a subtle reminder with guest messaging targeted to individuals as well as groups of recipients. You can target non-responders, responders, and even non-openers via our messaging platform, or create your own response groups, too.