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How Selling Flowers Became a School Fundraiser

By Clay Boggess on Aug 16, 2014
How Selling Flowers Became a School Fundraiser

Reasons to consider selling flowers for your next campaign

Selling flowers as a fundraiser started when Gardener’s Supply and Dutch Gardens decided to join forces. Together, they're able to provide flower bulbs and plants from growers in Holland as well as the United States.

By adding a fundraising component, their objective was to enhance an existing school awards program that would get students more directly involved in gardening while simultaneously allowing them to raise money for various necessities. Flower sales campaigns offer many advantages compared to other programs. What follows are 2 benefits of flower fundraising.

1. Flowers are Unique and Fun to Sell

Selling flower bulbs was an instant success. Students quickly discovered that flowers were easy and fun to sell. People embraced the idea of enhancing the beauty of their environment while supporting a good cause. It wasn’t long before organizations like church groups and cheerleader sponsors wanted to start selling flower bulbs.

2. Flower Fundraisers Increase Gardening Awareness

Today over a million people are invited to participate in flower bulb fundraising. Selling flower bulbs has proven to be an effective way to spread the enjoyment of gardening to people everywhere.

We offer the best flower bulbs and plants available from growers in Holland as well as the United States. We’re confident in the quality of our products, so we offer an unconditional, 100% money-back guarantee. Thousands of groups have had a successful experience selling flowers for their school fundraiser. Many of them come back year after year.

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