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This was a very easy fundraiser to hold. Everything was done online and if I had any questions, I received a quick response. Recommend!
Our gym sold the edible cookie dough. The profits earned helped with the fees associated with the JamFest Super Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our overall experience was easy and pleasant.
Experience was great! Communication and patience were the best especially with someone like me asking too many questions. Haha. However, shipping costs are quite a bit too much for 20 or less. Especially with Covid and so many people being out a job. Too many are hurting financially but would like to support but are not able to.
We did an online store to work around the COVID 19 Pandemic. Super easy!
Super simple fundraiser and worked well.
We raised over $1,000.
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It was a great service. Unfortunately, our team did not sell a lot but the experience with the company was very smooth!
The setup of the fundraiser was easy. I had little work to do on my end and it came out great!
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Questions About Cheerleader Fundraisers
Offer a discount card featuring your squad on the front and local store discounts on the back. Or, promote spirit and pride. Sell your custom school tumbler with your name, mascot, and colors.
Begin selling for free by ordering a product to sell, or brochures and order forms.
You can make as much as 90% profit selling personalized scratch cards.
The cheapest products that everyone’s already familiar with sell the fastest. Lollipops, candy or snack bars, and beef jerky are big sellers.
Consider improving squad unity by incorporating team building activities.
Cheerleading fundraisers can be an exceptionally fun experience. They can be as competitive as the sport itself. It starts with a simple product to sell that will appeal to their friends, teachers, and parents. Consider gourmet popcorn, candy, or cookies.
For squad members, the real excitement are the cash and sportswear prizes.
One favorite prize incentive is cash. Some people give it out for good grades, others award it for doing a job. For your fundraiser, you’ll be giving it out to the cheerleaders who sell items to support your team. And, the more they sell, the more they’ll earn!
There are two options for prize money. Neither comes out of the team’s profit from the products: Cash Master and Master Blaster. These cash incentive programs are tiered, meaning more sales earn higher prize levels. You can reward them directly, or apply the cash towards their individual accounts.
Generally, ‘Master Blaster’ yields a lower profit with higher cash prizes. ‘Cash Master’ offers a higher profit with smaller cash prizes. So for a stronger motivator, choose the Master Blaster.
Or, 'Cash Master' is a great fit for those more focused on profit.
Each also has a fun feature called the “early bird special”. This grants an extra $25 to the highest seller after the first day of fundraising! This helps get your sale off to a fast start.
Your students will love incentives like these that can put cash in their pocket, and in their team’s budget. Learn about the financial commitment of a cheerleader
The second incentive is various clothing options. Customize everything from hats to sweatshirts with your group’s name, logo, and colors. Each also features a reward structure like the cash incentives.
‘Wear Your Spirit 15’, for example, gives students the chance to win prizes by selling fewer items. This means a lower fundraising profit, but it makes prizes more accessible. This has a tendency to encourage more selling.
‘Wear Your Spirit 20’ requires students to sell more to reach prize levels but yields a higher profit. These prizes make great bragging rights. Encourage everyone to wear them to competitions to show your squad's spirit and unity.
A fun way to promote your sale is to partner with other schools and create some healthy competition. These products aren’t limited to just cheerleaders, they can be applied to any sports team. Ask your cheerleaders to encourage more sales for other teams to get everyone in the spirit.
You can reveal the results at an annual homecoming week powder-puff football game. Or hold a school-wide tournament bracket to funnel money into your sports program. This is funding so all students can get involved.
The fastest way to accomplish these goals is with sales at the games themselves. Offer $1 candy bars and pretzel rods that can be sold and consumed on the spot at games and events. People love goodies like these at the concession stand. They’ll also appreciate something individually wrapped.
Products like cookie dough, Cinnabon desserts, and coupon cards are fundraising classics. They can raise major money for your cheerleading squad. Consider your audience, timeline and goals when choosing the perfect product.