Profit during the sunshine and rain with these creative booster club spring fundraising opportunities. Even if your school’s activity isn’t in session, your club can still be working hard on their behalf. Having just survived a gray sky filled winter, I’m sure your booster club and the students would all love some sunshine-filled fundraisers and promotional events….
St. Patrick’s Day Fundraisers are great for booster clubs because it helps to not only make a little extra revenue, but it can also be done in a very fun way. Unlike some more serious booster fundraisers, St. Patricks day fundraising ideas usually fall around the more fun and creative categories….
Booster clubs are known for being pretty serious about the school and students, but take a break from all of the seriousness and enjoy some wacky fundraiser events that can liven up the month and bring some fun education and money to the club with these Pi Day fundraising ideas….
For over 30 years, March has been officially claimed as the month of observance for Music In Our Schools in an effort to bring more music education and appreciation to the nation. Designated by the National Association for Music Education, Music In Our Schools month has brought awareness and familiarity with the benefits of Music In Our Schools and the impact that it has on student’s lives….
Theater in our schools month is full of great opportunities for your booster club and you are most likely missing out on them. With the proper planning and forethought, your booster club can use this month to do some unique school theater fundraisers and promotions. Bringing in more money to the extracurricular activity your club supports as well as promoting it are two things that you should want to do because it helps to better the student’s lives that much more….
The holidays are a great opportunity to make money for your booster club and starting in October you can see just how great they can be. From Halloween, all the way up until New Year you have at least one holiday per month for several months in a row. There is plenty of chances to make money during these holidays and your by the time they’re over your booster club should be pretty expert in holding and hosting fundraisers. Planning a Valentine’s Day fundraiser isn’t much different….
It happened. Your fifteen year old daughter came home and announced she wants to join the theater program at school. You nod in a way you hope looks encouraging while your mind fills with visions of shabby high schoolers slumped on a grungy stage, and your daughter sporting a nondescript costume that has been used since the 70s to represent A Beaver, Second Candlestick, and Juliet Capulet. You think: As long as this is just for fun in high school and doesn’t have her packing up for Los Angeles after graduation. …
How do you consider easy fundraising activities when your booster club is filled with power-house volunteers who know how to organize an event that will raise money to benefit the students? You are organized and space your biggest fundraising activities evenly throughout the school year. What place could a smaller easy fundraising activities hold? Do the benefits outweigh the costs?
Spacing events throughout the year helps prevent burnout of volunteers and gives everyone a time to relax, recuperate, and refocus on other important parts of their life. At least until the next big fundraising activity.
Just because everyone is taking a short break, though, doesn’t mean the fundraising has to stop. During these short gaps there are opportunities, easy fundraising activities of all types that can help raise money.
Below are five quick and easy fundraising activities your booster club can implement with little effort, but with big rewards….
The holidays are the perfect time for major fundraising event. People are in the mood for giving and giving big. Booster clubs can make a lot of money if they choose the right type of holiday event. Many organizations have found success by creating their own booster club 5K charity run. You may be thinking charity runs should be hosted in the summer. This is not true, however. Runners don’t stop when the weather changes. Some even prefer running in cooler temperatures….
As the holidays fall upon us, it’s important to remember that the generosity in the air often leads to higher booster club holiday fundraising sales. People are more willing to give money, knowing that it is going to a good cause. A lot of the reason behind this has to do with the joyfulness and peace that comes with the later months. This is why your booster club must focus on fundraising over the holidays so that you can profit from other’s generosity.…