Who? What? How?
Introduce your fundraiser timing, your goal, and how they can help. Make it exciting and don’t forget to offer an incentive to thank them for their efforts.
◯ “Kick-Off” assembly
◯ Hand out printed Seller materials
◯ Make Daily Announcements
◯ Email a Registration link to everyone
How they can help along with Fundraiser details and deadlines, your goal and what the money is being used for.
◯ Share Parent Letter/Email
◯ Emails & Texts throughout your Event
◯ Facebook Posts & Other Social Media
◯ Send home Flyers
Recruit for help with promoting your fundraiser and Delivery Day
◯ Same as above and remember to always include your contact info
Are you a school? Make sure to get the teachers & staff involved!
◯ School-wide / Company wide emails
◯ Offer a Teacher Prize for good class results (your Consultant has ideas!)
Share the event details and how they can help. Make it easy with a link!
◯ Send links through Emails & Texts
◯ Facebook Post
◯ Bring brochures to work
How To Section:
Steps to a Successful Fundraiser – This document will assist your group with laying out and taking all the steps to have the most profitable and successful fundraiser.
10 Days of Announcements – Use this document if you are able to make daily voice announcements for your fundraiser.
10 Days of Facebook Posts – Does your group use Facebook to communicate with your sellers? Here are some posts you can use to promote your fundraiser.
10 Days of Emails – Do you have the email addresses of your sellers or your sellers parents? Use these premade emails to help communicate your goal and profit with your sellers.
High School Tips – Fundraising with a high school or high schoolers? Use these tips to get those students motivated