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Help me choose a fundraiser

14 years 8 months ago #149881 by Robyn Beaulaurier
Replied by Robyn Beaulaurier on topic RE: Help me choose a fundraiser
Fun run! It is easy to do and you can build it up when a local running store, donations for prizes etc. Our local elementary schools ask for 45$ per child or a donation per lap. They raise between 10k and 20k.
14 years 9 months ago #149807 by L'ville Mom
Check out Jaxco/Charleston Wraps at Jaxco : Welcome .
14 years 9 months ago #149790 by Jazzey_Jane
I think I'm leaning towards the salsa fundraiser. it doesn't have to be refrigerated and it's something no one else is doing not to mention its a lot healthier and I think people are more likely to buy healthier food than anything else right now.

I tried some free samples they sent me and the raspberry salsa rocked! it only had 10 calories and it was awesome over chicken. tonight I'm putting the mango salsa over Talapia.

Wish me luck!!!
14 years 9 months ago #149788 by ptobrenda

Where are you located? What has your school done in the past? Was it not sucessful? Have you tried traditional fundrasing, ie, sally foster or others?
14 years 9 months ago #149787 by brookemorris
Check out these guys..'s $5 per sale... Sports balls and holiday ornaments with a message and logo from the school or class..... with a school of 500 you can make between $7000 and $11000. Each child simply sells 4 or 5. if they sell one to an aunt, uncle, mom and a grandma... voila!
14 years 9 months ago #149785 by flmom12
If you want to do cookie dough, but do not want to hassle with the delivery, try ship to home cookie dough. The purchaser logs in online and the dough is shipped directly to their home. Just call EPI at 800-635-5345.
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