Communicate with Potential Fundraising Volunteers

Written April 23, 2014 by Jen Johnson 0

Nowadays, people are so busy with work and family commitments that they don’t have time to read through large amounts of advertising material. Instead of creating an essay about your fundraiser, make sure that your advertising is succinct. This will encourage more people to read it and it will communicate your message in a more concise way.

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Gather Volunteers Before Kicking Off Fundraising Efforts

Written April 22, 2014 by Mary Conroy 0

Your Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough campaign volunteers are, arguably, the most important aspect of your fundraiser. You need your volunteers to help you plan, market and host your fundraising campaign. Many people think about planning and organizing their fundraiser first, and hiring their volunteers later, but this is a mistake. Gathering your volunteers should be the first thing that you do, even before you begin planning your cookie dough fundraising campaign.

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Interesting School Trip Fundraising Ideas

Written April 21, 2014 by Alan Lopez 0

Class trips offer one of the best opportunities for kids to get real life learning experiences, and best of all, these are events that all kids love. But just how do you pay for the transportation, the trip costs and everything that this type of school activity requires? The best way is to raise the money through a fundraising event. That way, even underprivileged kids can enjoy the benefits of the trip.

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Fundraising Fan Photo Friday April 18th

Written April 18, 2014 by Jen Johnson 0

It's once again for another new installment of Fundraising Photo Friday. We wanted to share with you some of the great pictures of our tasty Otis Spunkmeyer fundraising treats from across the web on Fridays. Not only is it a great way to kick of the weekend, you may be able to adapt similar ideas you see from some of our customers into your own fundraising campaigns.

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Put The Fun In Cookie Dough Fundraising Campaigns

Written April 17, 2014 by Jen Johnson 0

The last thing you’d want is for children to look back when they’re older and think of fundraising as something unpleasant they were forced to do, or dread it because they had a dull or boring experience with it. So how do you take a regular old fundraiser and turn it into an enjoyable learning experience? Thank You Cards

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