Put your customers and clients in an “others first” mindset. It’s great at building awareness and rather than being merely mercenary, everyone is participating in helping others. Shopping becomes more about giving than receiving
Brings new people and new relationships to business. There could be people who are supporters of the various nonprofits who may have never even heard of your business, let alone shop there. As the nonprofits promote your event, you’re gaining some new customers who will already have good feelings about you because you are helping their favorite cause
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Promote cooperation and collaboration. The business world is a competitive world; stores are vying with one another for your money. This is a great way for a number of business and nonprofits to work together for the betterment of the overall community.
Builds goodwill. There’s no denying that a business that does this will win some serious PR points. People will look at your business differently, as will the nonprofits you help. This more than makes up for any revenue you give up through the discounts and donations. This is the sort of thing that people will remember throughout the year. How are you giving back to your community? What other ideas do you have that allows for-profits to help out nonprofits?