Checklist imagine that your local library has invited community members to submit proposals for a fundraiser. you are the student representative on the committee to choose the best proposal. read the two proposals, paying close attention to their similarities and differences. consider whether or not each proposal is logistically feasible, which fundraiser will most appeal to members of your community, and which fundraiser will likely raise more money. which proposal do you think the committee should choose? write an essay in which you make a case for your choice. support your argument with references to specific details in each proposal. proposal 1: the best way to get people invested in the library is to show them the joy of reading. for that reason, the library should hold a book sale. people could donate books that they no longer want, and the librarians could find books that the library no longer needs. volunteers would need to sort the books into categories and arrange them in an inviting way, like at a bookstore. books should be inexpensive so people will buy more of them – maybe fifty cents for paperbacks and two dollars for hardcover books. a book sale would appeal to people of all ages, from little kids to older people. there should also be a table where people can sign up for library cards. that way, if visitors do not find any books they want at the sale, they can come back to the library. proposal 2: a great way to make money for the library would be holding a car wash. the softball team at my school raised over $400 at their car wash last year! the car wash could be held in the library parking lot on a saturday morning. you could ask local high school students to volunteer to wash the cars. that would be a great way to get students involved with the library. it takes two or three volunteers to wash a car quickly, so you would need at least ten volunteers. you could charge around ten dollars per car. even people who are not very interested in reading like to have a clean car, so you would get a lot of people to stop by who might not otherwise come to a library fundraiser.
I think selling the books would be a better deal because, you would have people walking in the library and looking at all different types of books.
I don't think hosting a car wash would work as good as selling books because people would just show up to get there car washed and not actually to buy books.
after carefully reading both proposals for a fundraiser to the library, i have come to the conclusion that the second proposal is likely to be more efficient.
the first proposal does offer a beautiful idea when it suggests we try and awake people's interest in reading books. unfortunately, it probably takes more than just a book sale for that to happen. also, the prices suggested to be charged for the books - between fifty cents and two dollars - won't be very effective. since our purpose is to raise money for the library, we should take into consideration what will most efficiently have people spend their money.
that takes us to the second proposal. even though it may sound strange to hold a car wash when the goal is to a library, car washes are known to raise a good amount of money easily. and all kinds of people will by doing both, volunteering and having their cars washed, even if they don't enjoy reading very much. as is stated in the proposal, not many volunteers would be necessary (only around ten) and we can easily find when the activity is fun and enjoyable.
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