project leader
Charesha B
location
1876 South Green Road
(Cleveland (South Euclid))
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the project

Could you pass a U.S. Citizenship test? Let’s see who’s smarter: teenagers or adults. During the 2018 Common Ground, we co-hosted History and Conversations: Let’s Learn About Cleveland with the Cleveland History Center. The purpose of this Battle of the Ages free event is to promote civic dialogue, increase voter registration, and broaden American History knowledge. If you are interested in donating prizes, sponsoring, or becoming a contestant, please email us at contact@charpeducationconsulting.com.

 

the steps

1. Put the event on Eventbrite

2. Post the Eventbrite link on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

3. Send Mail Chimp's list the link

4. Send a letter, email, or call prospective sponsors

5. Contact high school counselors and elected officials to inform them about the event

6. Recruit adult participants

7. Market on Instagram

 

why we're doing it

To assist individuals to become better-informed citizens.

budget

Food for 50 people- $250

Game Show  (e.g., buzzers) $50

Prizes - $100

Subtotal = $400

ioby Platform Fee waived

ioby Fiscal Sponsorship Fee (5%) $20

ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $12

Total to raise = $432

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