Fundraising 3 Smart Product Ideas

…that Will Make You a Hero!

Organizations such as booster clubs, scouts, churches, schools and youth sports teams are always looking for fundraising ideas! If you follow a simple strategy, you could give away these products and still make money.  Keep reading to discover 3 smart product ideas that will make you a hero and generate more business:

Idea # 1: Give Away Bumper Stickers

Bumper Sticker with Coupons

Bumper Sticker with Coupons

Grow business when you give away fundraising bumper stickers for a school or club. Source local businesses, like a small restaurant or activity center and offer coupon placement on the backside liner to offset the cost. On the larger sizes, include two to four businesses (that do not compete with each other). Since you covered the cost with advertising sales, you can give them away for free!

Idea # 2: Provide Outdoor Coupon Magnets for Fundraising

“Paw” Outdoor Coupon Magnet

“Paw” Outdoor Coupon Magnet

Apply the same coupon idea to Outdoor Coupon Magnets. Three popular shapes – circle, oval, and a paw – are available with the outside corners “kiss-cut” around the shape (paw pictured). The four corners become the “coupons” that peel off. These outdoor magnets are perfect for fundraising! To find sponsors or advertisers, focus on businesses with services that will complement the end-user (parent, friend, supporter) purchasing the fundraising magnet. Organizations will easily sell outdoor magnets with coupons, especially if the coupons generate a quick return on investment!

Tip! Use one of the coupon areas to advertise your own business or a prospect’s business.

 

Idea #3: Donate Discount Cards for Fundraising

Discount Cards with Coupons

Discount Cards with Coupons

Discount cards are a very profitable fundraiser for both the reseller and the organization. Let the group leader determine how much to charge for the card, the expiration date, and estimated amount they can sell. Cover your costs by planning for 10-15 spots on the back and determine the value of each spot (consider cost of the cards, artwork expense, your time, and other competitive advertising rates). To find the advertisers and sponsors, target local businesses members and families frequent, are owned by members, or are suppliers to the group. Be sure to convey the business potential (number of cards sold). Sell more than one version – if you are involved with more than one group, allow the advertiser to choose which one(s) they want to sponsor. Donate the discount cards and let the group keep 100% of the funds from their card sales. Everyone wins!

Fundraising 3 Smart Product Ideas

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