High School Fundraising Ideas
Creative high school fundraising ideas that work
Many groups are trying to raise money, so you need to stand out. Our high profit fundraisers for schools will make your next sale a big success.
Up to 90% profit. Easy to start, no upfront costs, and low minimums. Motivate your students with one of our free prize programs and reach you sales goal fast.
Everyone loves a slice of a delicious pie. So make your next high school sale stand out.
Makes collecting donations simple for high school groups. Supporters donate $1 to $5.
Older students can sell out of a large shopper that’s not usually offered to elementary schools.
Make raising funds for your high school group special. Everyone loves gourmet popcorn.
Get the upper hand on in-school fundraising. Meets all federal nutritional requirements.
Our Pretzel Rods are fun and easy to sell. They're unlike any other high school fundraiser.
Suggested Prize Programs
MORE HIGH SCHOOL FUNDRAISING IDEAS
Unique High School Fundraisers
High school is all about school spirit. Capitalizing on this enthusiasm is where you’ll find the most profit in your fundraiser.
No matter what product you choose, you’ll be able to create something that's simple and profitable. You want to sell a product that generates big wins for your organization.
Creative Fundraising for High Schoolers
One of the best times to promote your sale is during a kickoff meeting for a student organization. Especially one where you’re setting big goals for the year. Many students will look forward to the chance to contribute to their group’s cause.
Consider forming fundraising committees with a mix of student and parent volunteers. This can enhance your level of engagement, and help get fundraiser buy-in. These students can be vital ambassadors for your organization’s fundraiser.
Valentine’s Day is a perfect opportunity for a high school fundraiser. We offer several high school fundraising ideas, like Popcornopolis®, or Yummy Hearts Lollipops. Customers can choose from 6 popcorn flavors that come pre-wrapped in bouquet-style arrangements.
A fun way to sell these would be to include Valentine’s Day cards with each purchase. This makes a quick and easy gift for that special sweetheart! This is an elevated take on Valentine Candy-Grams. Plan to start this fundraiser in early January in time for a pre-Valentine’s Day delivery. Check out high school selling success secrets
More High School Fundraising Programs
Another awesome option is the Zap a Snack Pizza brochure. This brochure features 5 different flavors of French bread style pizzas. Every high school student has heated up a French bread pizza after school.
Pizza is the perfect item to sell to parents and teachers. Offer them to students in the school drop-off and pick-up lines. The bus stop is where students are thinking about that afternoon snack.
For classic high school fundraising ideas, 'Gift Collection' is a great option. With home wares and kitchen gadgets, it's ideal to whip out at a family gathering or dinner party. Or even at the office break room for busy executives without time to shop.
This brochure also offers magazine subscriptions. Does anyone you know work at a doctor’s office or somewhere with a long wait? Try selling those subscriptions that regularly need updating. Maybe even bring your brochure along to your next teeth cleaning!
Exclusive High School Prize Plans
Older students never outgrow enticing prizes, and our prize programs are attention getters. You can challenge high school students with a 'Wear Your Spirit' prize program. This program creates an atmosphere charged with energy and school pride. Students can show off their success.
High schoolers will also love prizes in the form of cash. With our cash prize programs, the more they sell, the more cash they’re awarded (and the school makes a great profit, too!).
Your students can win up to $200 if they reach the highest level of the 'Master Blaster' prize program! And we'll award an extra $25 to the student who happens to be the first day top seller.
We'll send you our latest brochures to review in the mail.
- We will use the funds made from this fundraiser to help alleviate competition expenses.Amy DotsonFundraiser CoordinatorTishomingo County High School