Color Powder can be utilised in an assortment of unique ways to strengthen your design thoughts and fundraising events. Listed below are the top 3 ideas integrating colored powders to your fundraising effort.
Unique High School Fundraisers
Many high schools utilize colored dusts for pep rallies and football games. Although you do not typically think of a pep rally for a special fundraiser idea, you may add a design element with powder sticks. A high school may opt to perform a PINK OUT for an October soccer game to raise funds for breast cancer awareness.
Your college can sell individual Pink colour powder sticks to pupils and each time your team scores they throw pink powder in the air. You might also need to ask local organizations to sponsor a quarter of the match and every time the team scores they will donate X amount towards your fundraising target. You are certainly able to raise funds for your organization or other non-profit and charitable organizations also! Consider incorporating the college colour or of the non-profit you’re supporting.
You might already have a fundraising event intended that doesn’t involve a Fun Run or Pep Rally, but it is still possible to use colored powders to get to the ultimate aim! For High Schools, Middle Schools and Church Youth Groups consider offering a Color War as an incentive to the course or group that raises the most funds!
This age group enjoys running around and throwing colorful dusts on each other and you can be certain that you will have strong competition to win a opportunity to have a Color War!
Many colleges and non-profit organizations host a colour run. It’s a creative outdoor activity that gets everyone moving, laughing, and needing to attend every year!
Many suppliers are out there with bulk powder, individual packs as well as race kits for a simple fun runs. Registration fees, individual packets race and sales apparel sales together with sponsorships can allow you to achieve your fundraising goals.
A color run is like your normal fun run except your runners get showered with coloured powder at several points through-out the run. The regions where colour powder is thrown on them are known as color channels. Typically a program is set out with 3 to 5 colour stations set up with colour powder on either side of the course which will be thrown on the participants as they run through the colour channel. You may need 2 to 4 volunteers each channel to throw the colour powder onto your racers as they pass through the shade channel.
There are two preferred ways of throwing the colored chalk powder. One is to utilize small dixie cups to dip from the color powder and toss on the participants. Another is to use squeeze bottles, fill them with powder and squeeze as the runners go by. Never forget to aim in the shoulders down – you don’t ever need to throw directly at a person’s face, always avoid the eyes and face. Most of organizations decide to use 1 color per channel – but it’s entirely your choice!
What’s Color Run Powder Made of?
Colored powder is usually made from Cornstarch. The colour run powder ingredients are food grade Cornstarch and FDA and FD&C accepted Food and Cosmetic dyes. It’s secure and easy to clean up with a little soap and water.