While we have certain protocols for outside fundraising activities, the type of activity is usually limited only by your imagination!


There are many types of fundraising opportunities available. Whether you ultimately start a new activity, or prefer to support an existing activity, you need to fill out our Fundraising Form as the first step.

For many of our supporters, there is a huge potential to access friends, family, customers, vendors and others to work together in raising funds for the hungry and homeless. An individual, group, or community-wide effort involving hundreds can set up a fundraising event to benefit Joy Junction.

Fundraising Event Ideas:

  • Yard Sales
    Bake Sales
    Golf Tournaments
    Walkathons
    Socials
    Dinner Parties
    Galas
  • Banquets
    Food Drives
    Concerts
    Artistic Performances
    Costume Parties
    Dances/Dance Offs
    Marathon/Iron Mans
    Ice Cream Socials and More!

Who Can Help?

Almost everyone can help serve and minister to our local homeless and hungry people through a fundraiser event which results in providing funds to support Joy Junction. Even children (with parental consent) can help. Below is a partial list of the various people and groups who can help:

  • Teens
    Adults
    Seniors
    Children
    Families
    Neighborhood Groups
    Schools
  • Classrooms
    Churches
    Church Groups
    Sports Teams
    Organizations
    Businesses
    Car Clubs
  • Scout Troops
    Restaurants
    Self-employed
    Pathfinders
    Upward Sports
    Membership Groups
    Higher Education
  • Professionals
    Associations
    Jewelers
    Retail Stores
    Wholesalers
    Contractors/Trades
    Home Centers & Many More!

Outside fundraising activities require preapproval from the corporate office and a written agreement.

The paperwork (including a few restrictions) protects Joy Junction and the event organizers, so please use the Fundraising Form located in the list of options under the “How to Help” tab, or call 505-217-9586 for more information on getting started.

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