Booster Club Fundraisers
Simplify booster club fundraising
Want to your next school fundraiser easy yet profitable? Avoid the hassle of organizing, recruiting and assigning people to work the same old concession stand.
Use our turnkey fundraising programs. Regardless of your booster club's financial needs, we’ll help you streamline your efforts so you can focus on making sales.
Keep your booster club sale simple. Give students one large brochure.
The perfect booster club fundraiser. Individually-packaged rods to preserve freshness.
Make your booster club campaign sizzle with popcorn. Savor 6 delicious gourmet flavors.
We guarantee your booster club will sell the freshest & healthiest flowers or your money back.
We’ll design and build your booster club discount card. You choose the businesses.
Suggested Prize Programs
Give your booster club a choice. Win cash or cookie dough for selling brochure items.
Add prize money to your profit. Reward it individually, or put towards the booster club.
Earn personalized embroidered sportswear. Comes with your booster club’s name and coloring.
Booster Club Objectives
Booster Clubs are an immensely popular practice in the U.S. that typically bring parents and community supporters together with the common goal of supporting a cause, such as a class trip, a sports championship, or classroom supplies.
They're also an excellent way of garnering support and maintaining a proactive relationship with other parents. Our booster club programs offer a slew of unique items to sell for any occasion.
Our favorite booster club fundraising products are the customizable ones, because they help make your purpose clear and cultivate a sense of team spirit. The discount cards can be designed to feature a team photo or a school logo, and they feature hand-picked discounts to an assortment of local businesses.
Customers will love the local flavor. These are perfect for team outings, or for some quality time for parents and their kids. These also generate a sense of community, drawing more widespread attention to the team that is featured on the discount cards. You’ll have a chance to talk about why the cause your booster club supports deserves attention.
In addition, the tumblers can also be customized to sport a logo. Try doing a bundle sale of the two, creating packages for parents who really want to help the cause. Learn how your organization can start a booster club
Food Fundraising Ideas
Booster clubs are often invested in supporting and sustaining school sports programs. Pretzel rods and popcorn bouquets are perfect snacks for before and after practice. If you really want to hit a home run with your fundraiser, try selling at games and events where people watching in the stands might be developing an appetite with all the excitement - just make sure to catch them before they reach a concession stand!
Team up with another club or sports team hosting a fundraiser, and pair your products together. A fun combo would be to sell a bundle of pretzel rods inside of a tumbler that has been customized with the team’s mascot! Then, the buyer not only fills their stomach with a decadent treat, they also go home with a mug that they can bring back to games in the future.
Creative Ideas for Booster Clubs
Everyone knows parents love a little competition, and what better way to jump-start a booster club fundraiser than to really hone in on that competitive spirit? To help you incentivize sellers, we offer plenty of creative prize plans. You can win a team sweatshirt or even cash!
Try creating a chart that compares the sales of each member in the booster club, this will really get the excitement going. Ask your kids what prize they want to aim for and help them reach it! A fun idea for team incentives would be to return the prize money back to the team. It’s easier to reach the higher cash prizes when more people work towards one goal, and in the end, it’s all in the name of fundraising!
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- So far the experience with the scratch card fundraiser has been good.Lori HollandBaseball BoosterWB Ray High School