Frozen Food Fundraisers

Frozen Food Fundraisers

The ultimate in gourmet frozen food fundraising

We offer the largest selection of quality frozen food in fundraising. Sell the best name brands like Otis Spunkmeyer®, The Cheesecake Factory®, Auntie Anne's®, Mrs. Fields®, and Cinnabon®.

Excellence you can taste. We use real cheeses & eggs, fresh garlic, and premium quality meats. Most frozen food programs are individually packed by seller.

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How Do Frozen Food Fundraisers Work?

Frozen food generates almost $57 billion in annual sales. American’s are on the go and want their food as quickly as possible. So when it comes to eating at home, frozen food plays a vital role.

The right frozen food fundraiser can make your group a lot of money.

You can estimate your profit before you run your sale. Enter the number of students and how many items you want them to sell in our ‘Calculate Your Profit’ tool. You'll find our calculator on each brochure page.

Select a frozen food brochure to sell. Each student will receive a brochure, order form, and money collection envelope. Included is a parent letter that’s personalized with your group's information.

Once your fundraiser is over, send us your order forms for processing. You’ll then receive your sales report and invoice. We’ll also work with you to schedule your delivery date.

Why Our Frozen Food Fundraiser?

  • Brand Names. It’s simple. We offer the most recognized brands in fundraising. Expect the best from names like Otis Spunkmeyer®, Cinnabon® , and Auntie Anne’s®
  • More Choices. We offer the largest selection of frozen food in fundraising. Choose a large shopper with plenty of options. Or a smaller, more specialized catalog like a pie or cheesecake brochure.
  • Prepacked Orders. Most orders are seller-packed.
  • Free Shipping. Frozen food ships free for any 400+ item order.
  • Make More Online. Our online store gives your students the opportunity to raise even more money. This is a great way to reach out to more. Students also receive extra prize credit. Only sell online? See our virtual fundraisers
  • Receptive Customer Care. We’re here to ensure that everything meets your expectations. Your questions receive a quick response.
  • No Upfront Cost. You've already collected the money for your orders. You don’t pay us until after we process it. Sign up for a frozen food fundraiser today.

Questions About Frozen Food Fundraisers

  1. What are the most profitable frozen food fundraisers?

    Variety sells. Otis Spunkmeyer® Extravaganza is our largest frozen food brochure, offering over 150 items. Our gourmet pies or cheesecakes are also popular choices.

  2. How can we have a successful frozen food fundraiser?

    It helps if your sellers know what they’re offering. Ask them to review and highlight a few items in the brochure that they think people will want to buy. Learn more

  3. When is the best time to sell frozen food?

    Early fall or right before a holiday.

  4. How long can frozen food remain unrefrigerated?

    You should refrigerate or refreeze frozen food within 4-6 hours of delivery.

  5. Where can we find frozen food nutritional and allergy information?

    Nutritional facts information is available upon request.

Frozen Food Fundraising Suggestions & Tips

  • Schedule a kickoff meeting to discuss sales goals and how your fundraiser will work.
  • Tell students to ask their parents to take the frozen food brochure to work.
  • Remind everyone that door to door selling is not allowed.
  • Encourage your participants to set smaller daily selling goals.
  • Participants should introduce their group to potential customers and why they are selling.
  • Track seller progress.
  • Encourage both brochure and online selling.


Why Frozen Food Fundraising?

A frozen food fundraiser is perfect if you’re looking for a variety of options to sell. You’re likely to turn heads with a few of the choices, particularly when offering Otis Spunkmeyer®, Auntie Anne’s® and Cinnabon® products.

Our manufacturers make everything from scratch. Shrink-wrap is also used to seal in freshness. We produce our food with genuine ingredients, like fresh garlic and premium meats. Our products will sell themselves.

Selling Frozen Food

Before showing the catalog, we recommend becoming familiar with it first. Find 3-4 key items ahead of time that you think people will love.

A great selling point for frozen food products is that they can be re-frozen if not completely eaten. While we doubt that will be a problem, it’s a great selling point for those concerned about wasting food.

Frozen Food Brochure Tips

“Simply Delicious” is a great frozen food brochure option with lots of variety. Cookie dough, muffins, and our gigantic 40 oz. cheesecake are all on the menu. Our favorite in this pack are the cinnamon rolls! Some of the items in this brochure are microwave ready, and others, you only have to thaw and serve.

Some sponsors want more. Otis Spunkmeyer® is already a favorite with its supreme quality and taste. So “Extravaganza'' goes a step further with over 150 items. Everyone loves Auntie Anne’s® pretzels and yummy Cinnabon® Sticky Bread. You'll also find pizzas, brownies, and so much more!

“One Price Otis” also features Cinnabon® cookie dough and Otis Spunkmeyer® muffins. But our biggest frozen food fundraiser is "Extravaganza" because it has so much to offer.

Why Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon?

The hidden gems are the Auntie Anne’s® and Cinnabon®” products. While variety works, this collection is a specific, more focused fundraiser option. Especially given the popularity of the items. Everyone will recognize these favorites.

Just the branding garners excitement. Who can resist a sticky cinnamon roll, drizzled with that famous Cinnabon® icing? This is one food fundraiser that we recommend mixing a batch up first. The smell alone will entice potential sales.

How to Calculate Your Frozen Food Fundraiser Profit

Your profit varies depending on which items you sell. But we have a nifty tool that will help you estimate your profit. When it comes to selling frozen food, volume and participation are critical components. Here’s a basic formula for figuring out how much can make:

Calculation Steps

  1. Student Count x Student Item Goal = Items Sold
  2. Items Sold x Average Retail Price = Gross Sales
  3. Gross Sales x Profit % = Group Profit