The Art of School Fundraising
I am a former teacher and small business owner with an MA in Education who has traded in my full-time career to dedicate my time and energy to fundraising for my neighborhood school and yours. In this guide, you will learn how to:. Get the book that has helped so many groups raise money for their schools, sports teams and clubs!
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C4K integrates a fundraising component into their program, and offers a handful of short and simple blogs that highlight the character-building benefits of fundraising. While this site is great for some fundraising basics, it has practical parenting tips to spur conversations about gratitude and hard work. It also discusses the intangible gifts that a school fundraising program can offer children.
With years of experience and millions of dollars raised for schools over the past two decades, Big Fundraising ideas has tons of great ideas and best practices to share. Big Fundraising Ideas blog has long-form articles with practical tips and applications that translate the heady knowledge of nonprofit experts into practical steps you can implement in your school fundraising campaigns.
Offering incredible products and amazing prize programs, Big Fundraising Ideas also wants to equip you with the best tools and resources to help you make this the best year yet for your school. You may have noticed that the mom-blog has been a site on the rise in recent years, offering moms and dads a digest of parenting tips, local happenings and creative ways to save money and entertain kids.
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Sarah Barrett took it a step further, and personalized a mom blog for school fundraising. These blog topics get to the heart of what matters as a parent.
Explore Aha! Parenting at your leisure, allowing it to be an escape from the frenetic pace of getting the kids to school and getting them around the neighborhood to sell products, all while feeding, bathing and getting homework done on time. Easy, right?
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This book will give you the ideas you need - whether you want to go big or stay small, whether you have a ton of time or need to raise funds quickly - to bring money into your kids' school and make a difference. Sarah Barrett has been fundraising at her daughters' school for over five years.
She is a former teacher and small business owner with an MA in Education who has traded in her full-time career to dedicate her time and energy to fundraising for her neighborhood school. What parents are saying about this guide:"As co-chair of our local PTSA I can say with absolute conviction that A Mom's Guide to School Fundraising" offers a host of insightful answers to the age-old, but oft overlooked question of 'why do you need to raise money for your school?
Packed with practical and easy to follow advice from schools in almost every state in the nation, this guide will leave you with a plethora of 'a-ha' moments. Truly, a must-read for all schools looking for new ideas to raise funds and stay competitive in this economic climate.