A restaurant night is an easy and simple way for your group to raise money for your school.
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The options are endless, and it’s a great time for PTOs to try something new.
Consider a few key questions, then check out our chart to determine what kind of fundraiser will best meet your current needs.
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When it comes to fundraisers, one size doesn’t fit all. Finding a vendor that will help meet your school’s specific needs and goals is key.
Keepsakes created by students make extremely popular auction items, as one New York school learned firsthand.
Asking local and even national businesses for donations, discounts, or manpower can increase fundraising resources—and is easier than you might think.
What does fundraising equity mean for your school?
Make any sales fundraiser a success by following these pointers.
What the experts say—and you should know—about product fundraising.
There’s more to fundraising strategy than finding the biggest profit. We outline what you need to know to pick a program that’s right for your group.
Rewards are a staple of fundraising efforts. Here’s a look at how effective they really are, and some smart strategies you can use.
Clip-and-save fundraisers are a popular way for parent groups to support schools without selling anything. The key is to choose the right program and motivate your school community to get involved.
Online tools can help PTOs and PTAs reach more people and make selling easier.
Eco-friendly fundraisers let parent groups help their schools and the planet at the same time.
How schools use technology to boost results from clip-and-save fundraisers.
Fundraising representatives are great sources for tips on how to boost your fundraising success. Here are some of their ideas for increasing student participation and generating more sales.
How one group collected more than 88,000 box tops, using the earnings to purchase teacher and classroom supplies.
A chocolate chip cookie will sell itself, but you can have an even more successful event with a little creativity.
It takes more than good organization to have a successful sales fundraiser; get better results by creatively promoting yours to families and the community.