What to say (and not say) to help your group reach its fundraising goals.
Letters, order forms, coupons, and other resources for promoting or organizing fundraising activities.
Restaurant fundraisers are an easy and simple way for your group to raise money for your school. Our guide will help you plan and promote your event with no stress.
Hundreds of listings, whether your group is planning a fundraising event, a product sales program, or a less traditional fundraiser.
Get more expert advice and ideas to fine-tune your school fundraisers or find a new one that works for your PTO and your school.
Restaurant nights are a great way to make some money for your school without a lot of work.
What the experts say—and you should know—about product fundraising.
Consider a few key questions, then check out our chart to determine what kind of fundraiser will best meet your current needs.
A rundown of the basic steps needed to organize and execute a successful cakewalk at your next PTO event.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to deciding on a fundraiser, but assessing a few key factors can help you choose the right one for you.
A PTO in Iowa builds a successful community event around canines and benefits local animal shelters.
Charge up your fundraiser with these tactics top retail brands use.
Product fundraisers often help pay for enrichment opportunities at school, but students who are involved in sales can also benefit from more direct lessons.
These unique fundraising ideas won’t always raise a barrel of cash, but they will raise community spirit and get people talking about your group.
Eco-friendly fundraisers let parent groups help their schools and the planet at the same time.
There’s more to fundraising strategy than finding the biggest profit. Here’s what you need to know to pick a program that’s right for your group.
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.