Since 1988, GAME has helped raise over $280 million with the Derby DuckĀ® races with plans to spread the "quacktacular" fun around the world.
Binghamton Humane Society
Binghamton Humane Society
Binghamton, New York
July 31, 2016 03:00 PM
We are dedicated to the prevention of animal cruelty and finding permanent, loving homes for companion animals.
60% adopted of 10,000 goal.
Teams: 14
Leadership Tomorrow
Leadership Tomorrow
Grand Island, Nebraska
August 13, 2016 01:00 PM
Leadership Tomorrow identifies adult men and women in Hall County with leadership talent and interest and prepares them to assume leadership responsibilities in Hall County.
4% adopted of 5,000 goal.
Teams: 20
Kids Without Cancer
Kids Without Cancer
Detroit, Michigan
September 10, 2016 02:00 PM
Our vision is a world in which not child has to suffer with or die from cancer. A world of Kids Without Cancer.
6% adopted of 5,000 goal.
Teams: 4

We put the "Fun" Into Fundraising®

GAME (Great American Merchandise & Events) has collaborated with nonprofit organizations for over 25 years by producing its world renowned fundraising event, the Derby Duck® Race. Since 1988, GAME has worked with a multitude of nonprofits to help reach top fundraising goals, bring together communities and most importantly, put the FUN in Fundraising®. GAME’s fundraising professionals provide the information and ongoing support to ensure a smooth planning process of a Derby Duck® Race. Sponsorships, volunteer coordination, recruitment, marketing and media are some of the key elements that are necessary in the planning process and GAME is there to provide that essential knowledge and guidance in order to help you create a successful fundraising event. Each Derby Duck® Race is unique to its community and GAME wants to help your nonprofit make it special in its own and bring awareness to your cause.

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