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  • Softball And Bulbs

    Our softball team raised $1300 profit with just 10 players. One of our players single-handedly raised $500 profit by herself by bringing it to the hospital where she is a nurse. Nobody had sold flower bulbs in our town, so it really helped having a fundraiser product that was unique.

    The catalog provided to us by JustFundraising had amazing photos and really helped generate sales. We also used Facebook to get the word out in our community. Thank you to all who supported us!
    Shannon, Stillwater Oklahoma Softball

    Game-Changing Fundraising Ideas:

    1. One of their players brought it to the office place where she single-handedly sold $500 worth. Office place sounds like a great place to get support!
    2. They chose a product that was both new to their area, and loved by the community.
    3. They used a catalog that literally sold the product itself.
    4. They used Facebook communicate their fundraiser to the community and to solicit support.
  • Two New Sources for Fundraising Information

    Need Fundraising Tips and Advice? You've Come To The Right Place!

    We now have two new valuable resources for Booster Clubs and Football Teams looking for Fundraising Information and Fundraising Tips. The Booster Club Fundraising Guide is an excellent tool for Booster Clubs and fundraisers alike, it contains fundraising tips, suggestions and incentives to getting your fundraiser off on the right track.

    The Football Fundraising Guide is a great tool for football coaches, support staff, players and more. It contains product suggestions and tips from our expert fundraising support staff.

    Fill out a simple form to download your guide today!

    Booster Club Fundraising Guide

    Football Fundraising Guide

  • New Basketball Fundraising Webinar

    Our latest fundraising webinar has now been posted online. Geared towards Baskeball coaches and fundraisers, this webinar can be usefull to all sport teams looking for easy fundraising solutions. Take a look.

  • Laws for Non Profit Organizations and Donors

    Laws in the United States cover both charities and donors. These laws are in place to protect the integrity of the system. They try and weed out the non-legitimate charity and protect the donors.
    Charities and Organizations Have to be Registered
    Many states have adopted a charitable solicitation law. This law is designed to protect donors and charities from fraud. The law states that the charity needs to declare their intentions, financial activities, and pay a fee that covers the administration for monitoring charities.
    The only small print comes in regard to the Internet. The law says that active solicitation like door-to-door fundraising or telephone campaigns are different from passively collecting funds through the Internet. Non-profit groups should check with their legal advisors to see what their states dictate regarding Internet fundraising.
    Basic Rules for the Exchange
    The underlying rule of fundraising is the donors actually have to give away their money. They actually cannot receive goods and services in return for their gifts. They cannot invest in something or show a profit. I know what you are thinking. If that is the case why are volunteers always selling chocolate bars in exchange for your contribution to the cause? Well Donors actually receive gifts for their appreciation. It is a fine line but sidesteps the law and continues to motivate donors to give.
    Solicitation Has to be Legal
    Even if a charitable organization is registered it is very difficult for donors to make sure their gifts and actually reaching those intended and being used for the cause. In some cases the cost of the fundraising campaign is as high, or even greater than the money collected. The State cannot dictate what percentage of collected monies goes to the cause.
    The only time that solicitation is deemed illegal is when the donor is told that the money collected will benefit a certain organization and then the money is given to another group or pocketed. Donors can and should ask careful questions or a charity knowing the organization has an ethical duty to answer those questions honestly.
    Government Organizations Watching Charities
    There are several ways you can follow up and watch for fraud. The Federal Trade Commission has a law enforcement group and public education campaign called Operation Phoney Philanthropy. The FTC is working with state government to keep track of charitable organizations. The Better Business Bureau has the Wise Giving Alliance, which helps track the legitimacy of charities.

  • Keeping Good Relationships Between PTO's and Principals

    PTO leaders and their organizations help schools by fundraising. These fundraising activities are largely geared to certain items or groups. Principals on the other hand are responsible for the entire school. Their point of view may differ from PTO organizations because principals may distribute the money towards the greater good and not necessarily toward individual groups.
    PTO’s and School Principals Forger Important Relationships.
    The leader of the parent teacher organization and the school principal is important and affects the kids and their goals and also the parents and their wants. It is very important that this relationship function smoothly for the good of all.
    The principal can act like supporter of your cause and make suggestions to help PTO’s. If there is friction in the relationship then a principal can turn teachers and staff against you and prove to be a pivotal roadblock.
    Built in Parent Involvement
    On paper both sides are working toward bettering the school and what it can offer the children. The problems can be decisive and end up pitting the teams against each other. The problems come when the priorities of principals and parents do not match.
    Good Communication with School Principals
    Principals and parent group members need to be working together. Good relationships begin with good communication and help to derail any bad issues or misunderstanding before they can grow.
    If you are the head of the PTO then start a relationship with the school principal early in the year. Be forthcoming with your goals and plans early and check in regularly with each other. Since plans are outlined between the two parties any disagreement can be dealt with early.
    Invite you school principal to your meetings. Have them speak to the PTO organization and made to feel that they are listened to. This does not mean that you have to agree with everything but a sign of respect that the principals’ point of view will be weighed.
    PTO’s Have the Right to the Money
    If the plan was put into action and the school principal aware or the fundraising campaign then the PTO’s have the right to distribute the money collected. In fact all monies collected by PTO’s can be given as they see fit. The point is that the views and ideas of the principal also have to be weighed. In order for the relationship to be strong it is a good idea to include the goals of the school principal.

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