Reach your preschool fundraising goals
Family, friends and coworkers alike will love our quality consumer-based products. Daycare fundraising depends on parents to support your vision.
Parents can earn cash rewards for selling. Our preschool fundraisers are easy to implement and are geared towards getting your preschool parents to maximize sales.
Keep preschool fundraising simple. Sell our tangy Cheddar Cheese Popcorn.
Add more profit to your preschool fundraiser. Sell eco-friendly scented pencils.
Lots of name-brand items. Preschools love our prepacked orders and easy deliveries.
An American classic. Experience preschool fundraising success with gourmet popcorn.
Fun and easy to sell. Preschools can make up to 54% profit off our top selling brand.
A great daycare fundraising idea. Tasty pretzels covered in chocolate & candy toppings.
Suggested Prize Programs
Give your preschool parents a choice. Win cash or cookie dough for selling brochure items.
Preschool students get to choose from the prize level they qualify for.
Get more parents to sell for your preschool fundraiser. Motivate them with cash incentives.
Preschool Fundraising Ideas
Preschool fundraisers are all about partnering with your child. To get the most out of your fundraiser, you’ll want to help your child sell by visiting the office or accompanying them when visiting neighbors, family and friends.
Creative Fundraisers for Preschools
Get creative and host a double-whammy fundraiser/garage sale. While you’re de-cluttering the house and make some side cash, your preschooler can help and sell alongside you for their own cause, whether it be for the classroom or a charity.
One of our favorite options for preschool fundraisers are smencils. Smencils are made from 100% recycled newspaper and plastic and come in a variety of scents. A fun way to sell the smencils while also enjoying them with other kids and parents is to host a Smencil party. Start by covering folding tables with large sheets of white paper. Then, with a black marker, design a table-sized coloring book.
When giving out invitations, make sure to tell parents to bring $1-10 (depending on how many pencils they want to purchase) and collect them at the door. Parents will love the idea of helping out a fundraiser, and kids will have a blast filling in the giant coloring pages and smelling them afterwards! You can also add more fun with the smencils by having the kids blindfold one another and guess the scent.
Another idea is to organize a field day for the preschool class. Your child can sell any of the amazing fundraising food products at an event like this, including pretzel rods, popcorn bundles, and lollipops. The pretzel rods come individually wrapped, making it an easy snack on the go, while popcorn is a classic snack for outdoor events.
Our Popcornopolis brochure offers this nostalgic snack in zany flavors like cinnamon toast and jalapeño cheddar. Keep in mind that when organizing a preschool fundraising event for young students, it’s best to communicate directly with the parents to ensure all the details are relayed to the adults. Learn why we need more high-quality preschools
How to Maximize Profits
To maximize your profits, you’ll need an exciting incentive to drive sales. A fun way to engage your child and create incentive to be passionate about the fundraiser is to offer incentive - and we have it. One option is a cash prize, which will require a little extra parent involvement.
Earning cash is a good way to create a sense of accountability with your child and to begin teaching them the value of earning. Do they really wanted that video game? With a cash-based fundraising prize, they can work to save up and pay for it by helping their preschool class meet its fundraising goals.
If cash prizes aren’t practical for your preschool, consider the Locker Full Of Prizes brochure, which offers everything from an LED tumbler to a Bluetooth speaker. Kids will love prizes they can use for entertainment.
Great preschool fundraising ideas create the perfect opportunity for parents to work with their children towards a common goal, while instilling a sense of responsibility in them. They also give parents a great opportunity to involve community in the process by investing in its youngest learners and setting them up for long-term academic success.
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- Our overall experience was very good. Very organized and the product was a good quality.Brandi PriestlyFundraiser CoordinatorRainbow Express