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Fundraising for your School, Sporting or Non-Profit Group

If you are raising money for your child's school or a sports team, here are some articles, advice and the different types of fundraisers popular with groups.

Many school groups, as well as sports groups, use fundraisers as a way to raise money for equipment, expenses or trips. Whether you are cheerleaders, marching band members, or simply PTA members looking to raise money for class supplies, there are many companies available for schools to utilize for fundraisers.

There are many kinds of fundraisers beyond the traditional chocolate bar fundraisers of years gone by. Now, students can fundraise with products such as cookie dough, candles, pizza and even scratch cards. We have listed our most popular fundraisers on the left.

Fundraising is a smart way for groups to raise the money they need. Find the type of product you want, then be sure to shop around with the many companies available to find the company that offers you the best possible deal... meaning your school or group will be able to raise the maximum dollar amount possible.

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