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  • How to Select the Best Fundraiser

    How do you select the best fundraiser for your group? Do you base your decision on profit percentage, the type of item to sell, what cause you are working for, how many sellers you have, or simply base it off what you like? There are so many ways to go about selecting a fundraiser it can seem overwhelming or even difficult to choose what item to sell. We’ve gone through and outlined all the high points on how to select the best fundraiser for you.

    Choosing a fundraiser based on the profit margin is probably the first thing that comes to mind when fundraiser shopping. We stock a variety of profit points for you to choose from, all at varying selling price points. While higher profit is always a good thing, be sure to consider everything else about a particular fundraiser. You can quickly determine how much each seller needs to raise with this simple formula: “Your profit amount” divided by “number of sellers” = “amount each student needs to make.”
    From there, you can take a look at each cases’ profit and determine your course of action for the type of fundraiser and the quantity.

    • Determine your profit goal so as to figure out how much each seller needs to make in profit.
    • $2 fundraisers bring you more profit in fewer sales than typical $1 fundraisers.
    • Take your timeline into consideration. How quickly do sales need to be made?

    Considering where you will be selling and even what your group is might play a part in your decision-making process. If your primary source of sales will be a table or stand, you might consider having several case varieties for the optimum section. If youth sellers are in charge of selling a case each, you can order the same fundraising variety for everyone since you will have a wider market spread.

    • No minimum order makes it easy to order a few cases of several fundraisers for maximum sales variety.
    • All varieties come in convenient and sturdy carry cases.
    • If possible, make individual sales as well as a larger group table set up at an event or busy location to maximize exposure and sales.

    No matter what group/organization you are with, chances are you will not be the only one fundraising. If you cannot schedule your fundraiser so as not to be competing for sales with other groups, there are several ways to help you stand out and ensure you make as many sales as possible. Select products that your competition is not selling, that way you do not oversaturate your selling market with the same items and risk losing out on sales.

    • Try to coordinate your fundraiser not to overlap with other fundraisers.
    • If there are other fundraisers at the same time as yours, choose a fundraising product different from what others are selling.
    • Provide variety in pricing. With no minimum order, you could sell items at several price points to increase your sales and profit opportunity

    Relying on previous fundraising experience is always a good thing to do, or at least keep in mind. Maybe you’ve consistently sold the same item, and it is always done phenomenal, or maybe you want to try something new.

    • Draw on what has been successful for you in past fundraisers. Keep what has worked and try something new for things that didn’t work as well as you would have liked.
    • If you’ve typically done $1 fundraisers, change it up and try a $2 or premium fundraiser.
    • Don’t be afraid of new. You can apply your experience to new situations or products and be extremely successful.

    There’s no right or wrong way to determine what fundraiser to go with, but doing a little research can go a long way in reaching your profit goal. Whether you are an experienced fundraising manager or brand new to running one, our experts are here to answer questions, help you select a fundraiser based on your situation, or take orders 800-500-1234.

  • Hauntingly Good Halloween Printables

    If you are fundraising between now and Halloween, try working that spooktacular theme into your fundraiser and watch it take off! Coordinating with a holiday or event can dramatically boost your sales by adding even more relevance and incentive for customers to spend money.


    - Download and print our Halloween wrapper and tag pdf click here.

    - Scissors or paper cutter

    - Hole punch

    - Ribbon (if you will be tying the tags on)

    - Double-sided tape

    Once you’ve downloaded our Halloween printables click here, print off as many of the designs of your choosing. We have three designs each for our $1 chocolate bars, $2 Chocolate Lover’s Bars, and tags for lollipops or other candies.  Full instructions are also included in the pdf.

    When all of your designs are printed off, cut them out according to the pdf directions. If you are pre-wrapping the bars prior to sales, simply apply a piece of double-stick tape to the underside of the upper flap and adhere to the underside flap. Make sure you clearly divide any flavors of bars if you are pre-wrapping them, so customers get the flavor they want. Clearly label the flavor of the chocolate bar on a sign near you if you are only selling one type of chocolate bar. It could also be beneficial to have stacks of the bar wraps set out at your sales stand and have patrons select their design as well.


    For lollipops, you will want to use the tag designs and can attach the tags in one of two ways.

    TAG METHOD #1: Punch a hole at the top and the bottom of the tag and slide the lollipop stick into the two holes.

    TAG METHOD #2: Punch a hole at one of the upper corners of the tag and cut a length of ribbon. String the tag to the center of the ribbon and tie the ribbon onto the lollipop stick up by the candy. This method will also work if you would like to tie the tags to other candy and snack items like Snickers bars, Reese’s, Starbursts, etc.


  • New For Fundraising

    Happy new school year everyone! By now you are at least a few days, if not a few weeks, into the new semester. The kids have settled in, a good routine is going, and it is time to start thinking ahead (if you have not already). If fundraising is in your future, or you see the need to raise an extra bit of cash for supplies, trips, etc. then you've come to the right place! We would like to introduce some of the "new kids" on the fundraising block to you:


    Brand new cases have popped up in our shop this year, full of new products.

    Making big waves is the Pouch Variety.  Super large, shareable, AND resealable snack pouches full of candy favorites like Butterfinger® Bites and Skittles® . This variety brings you a premium profit of $45 per case so you'll be the biggest and best fundraiser around! Another top profit making newbie is the Chocolate Collection Variety.  Each case is full of premium chocolate treats like caramels and covered nuts.

    A super unique variety is the Cotton Candy.  Each bag is filled with a fluffy pink and blue spun treat that is pulled straight from your favorite carnival.

    The Nut Variety has bags of deliciously salty and sweet nut assortments. From butter toffee peanuts, cashews, and chocolate covered peanuts, it is a great snack alternative fundraiser to make you stand out.

    The Cracker Variety is sure to make waves. The ever popular Keebler® snack crackers fill this case with four different sandwich varieties.

    Custom Engraved Key Chain Flashlights shine brightly with high profit to you. A whopping $72 per case profit is what you make! Have up to 32 characters of text engraved on your flashlights - personalize with school, group, or club names, anything you want! Flashlights come in an assortment of colors per case and are in an easy carry tub.


    There are some new items being added to our cases this year to change things up and give you even more variety in your sales.

    Both of our brochure order takers are back with new looks and new items.

    Both of these brochures are completely free to order for your sellers, so it costs you nothing up front to get started. You only pay for what you sell and make 50% profit on every sale in the process!

    If you have any questions regarding any of these new fundraisers or fundraising, in general, please give us a call at 800-500-1234. Our no pressure, friendly fundraising experts are happy to assist you in your quest to raise money for your cause.

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