Yearly college student club advisors face the problem on advising club members on appropriate fund-raising events. Successful fund-raising requires creative thinking and exploring new ideas. This puts the organization at risk since experimenting with the unknown increases the chance of failure. Among the several positive aspects of fundraising is the creation of public awareness regarding the organization. On the negative, expenses involved in conducting an event can require an outlay of 50 to 70 percent of the projected gross receipts. This presents a danger that expenses can exceed receipts thus incurring a financial loss. At the beginning it is necessary to weigh the positive against the negative factors in deciding whether to start the fund-raising project (Brody & Goodman, 1988).