To increase participation in fundraising projects, SUNY Buffalo chapter treasurer Elizabeth Pantano created Project 2000. Chapter members are divided into five teams and each team appoints a captain. The teams each choose a method of fundraising such as selling candy or washing cars and then compete against each other to see who can raise the most money for the chapter. Performance is tracked and announced at each general meeting and a chart is maintained in the SHRM office for all to see. The team that raises the most money will be awarded a grand prize and bragging rights for the next semester.
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