The first place to look is within your organization’s ranks.Are there any single members who would like to participate? If they don’t want to be part of the auction itself, they can always help out in some other way.While the focus should remain on the fundraising aspect of the auction, the nature of it does require some special considerations.
At the very least, it can be fun for everyone who participates.
Put the same forethought into planning a bachelor/bachelorette auction as you would a night out when you really want to impress your date, and you can’t go wrong.
Visit Piggy Bank Girls, the world's 'first erotic funding' website which launched last week in Berlin and you'll see that men have already pledged.
Anna and Chris, the founders of PBG, insist it’s a transaction just like any other.
Once the contribution is transferred, the supporter receives the perk.
It’s a simple scheme and although still in its infancy, it seems to be working.It’s “the same as with all other goods” they tell me, citing other sites such as where amateurs and professionals sell much harder content.In fact, far from being a faceless enterprise, PBG prides itself on the personality of its members.It’s a straightforward premise: A girl wants a new tattoo or a car, so she starts a campaign on Piggy Bank Girls, where she fills out a form about her fund and confirms the rewards she’s willing to offer (images of her in lingerie, for example).Meanwhile, ‘supporters’ search the funds that are online and choose one, or more, to contribute to.Think about members of your community, your neighbors, members of your church.