Sales Tools

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

Staff Members

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 

Parent Letters:

Parent Letter


Mid-Sale Reminder

Turn-in Day Reminder

Delivery Reminder

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