Specialty Fundraisers

High school girls eating popcorn

Sell one product line & simplify

Offer an entire line of just tumblers, popcorn, flowers, snack food or chocolates. Our specialty brochures allow you to focus on selling a variety of just one type of product.

Make up to 50% profit. Keep fundraising simple and reach your sales goal by choosing one of our specialty fundraisers today.

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Specialty Fundraising Programs

Pick an item to wow your customers with a specialty fundraiser. These unique, curated products are sure to set you apart from the pack.

Specialty Fundraiser Product Ideas

Specialty fundraisers show you mean business, because they typically focus on one specific item but offer multiple varieties of it. Specialty fundraisers are a good idea for targeting specific niche audiences, like hazelnut crème coffee for a book club that meets in the early morning. The Ultimate Coffee Collection happens to be our favorite, mostly because of how no day is complete with out a cup of morning joe. The donut shop blend is the best to pair with other bakery items, and even comes in a decaf version. If you’re going to try to sell to the other parents at the book club, try making sure the smell of coffee is in the air when they arrive. Each 11oz bag of coffee yields around 70 cups.

If you’re looking for some name brand recognition, check out Popcornopolis® or Jelly Belly®. Popcornopolis® offers several classic flavors including caramel corn and white cheddar along with unique flavors like cinnamon toast and zebra. All popcorn is popped in coconut oil, has no high fructose corn syrup, and is gluten-free and GMO-free. On the other hand, Jelly Belly® will be a fun brochure to sell and will definitely get people’s attention. It offers a large selection of jelly bean flavors like bubble gum, cotton candy and Cold Stone®, which is a mix of ice cream parlor flavors. Krispy Kreme® includes five of its favorite flavors as well. And don’t forget about the popular Bean Boozled® game because it will surely sell.

Another specialty fundraiser product option are custom mugs which teams can use to raise money for tournaments or competitions. The mugs feature a wrap-around customizable graphic that could adorn a team’s group photo and logo. The 32 oz. plastic mega tumbler for example is BPA free, as well as microwave and dish washer safe. The personalization will help raise awareness for your cause and serve as a regular reminder of school support and spirit.

Specialty Product Fundraiser Brochures

Specialty fundraiser brochures are another great option for raising money. One of our favorite specialty fundraiser brochures is the Candle Cottage brochure. Whether it’s for a back-to-school present for teachers, a birthday present for Mom, or a gift from a real estate agent to a new homebuyer, candles are ideal gifts. They’re also in almost everybody’s home (7 out of every 10 Americans to be exact!), which means they have wide appeal. These candles are perfect for specialty holiday fundraisers, if you wanted to sell “gift-able” products.

In the Statement Makers brochure, you’ll find lots of options for church fundraisers, including bejeweled cross bracelets, wooden cross decor, and signs about faith to name a few. For this type of specialty fundraiser, you might focus on the niche church market, with various items of faith being the fundraising options. Sell them after Sunday school or at a church dinner to capitalize on your target audience. There’s something for everyone in the Statement Makers brochure, however, so you can sell these attractive items to nearly any group.

What Else Should I Know About Specialty Fundraisers?

The most important part of doing a specialty fundraiser is really understanding the audience you plan to sell to and identifying the perfect time and place for it. A coffee fundraiser during a school carnival doesn’t really make sense because a child or parent outside in the sun attending an event with attractions would be too distracted to think ahead to when they might want coffee. A gourmet popcorn fundraiser, however, would make complete sense. They may already have some in their hands, which would make selling it as the perfect gift or school snack easy. Put yourself in the customer’s shoes, and you’ll be set up for fundraising success.