2017 Tastemakers: Farmraiser Feature in Eating Well Magazine

September 8, 2017 / All, FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 0

Many thanks to Christine Burns Rudalevige, of Eating Well Magazine, for the special article written on our Founder and CEO, Mark Abbott. The article is featured in the September/October print edition of Eating Well. We are excited to be listed among Eating Well’s 2017 “tastemakers”, as Eating Well has been at the forefront of the […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Champs

August 23, 2017 / All / Comments: 0

Wondering whether to have champs register in your upcoming FarmRaiser campaign? We’ve answered your burning questions below. What are champs? Champs are the individual students, organization members, staff, etc.who want to sell in your campaign. They’re your fundraiser’s biggest stars–the “feet on the ground” that raise money for their cause while educating their customers on the importance […]

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Vendors: Increase Your Sales with These Tips!

July 11, 2017 / All / Comments: 0

Congratulations on becoming a Farmraiser partner, and for your success this past year! We know you’re wondering: how do I increase my sales this upcoming year? Good news! Successes like those of High Mowing Organic Seeds in Vermont (over 110 FarmRaisers in the last year alone) and  Higher Grounds Coffee in Michigan (over $5300 in […]

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Fight Malnutrition with High Profit, Healthy Fundraisers

March 2, 2017 / All / Comments: 0

Fundraise with an all-natural peanut butter, and spread some good worldwide! Sell Good Spread Peanut Butter at a 45% profit and help malnourished children in the process. Good Spread creates an all-natural, delicious peanut butter using simple and nutritious ingredients. Plus, for every jar of Good Spread sold, Good Spread donates a treatment packet of lifesaving, vitamin […]

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What flowers grow on faces?

February 8, 2017 / All / Comments: 0

Hi there, FarmRaiser friend! Here’s a riddle to reveal the new product available for FarmRaisers nationwide! Q: What flowers grow on faces? A: Tulips (Two-lips)! That’s right–you can now sell fresh cut tulips for your Mother’s Day or spring fundraiser! FarmRaiser is proud to connect you with RoozenGaarde Garden Center, whose award-winning tulips will delight your […]

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Build a Fundraising Page — FarmRaiser makes it easy for you to launch your fundraising business

November 16, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

For farmers, artisans and business looking to grow their fundraising sales, or launch a new fundraising business, FarmRaiser has created a new feature to help you easily sign up new fundraising customers with a customized sign up form that you can drop into your site Take a look at the pages some of our partners have […]

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Your Easiest Holiday Fundraiser

As October draws to a close, it’s time to plan your holiday fundraiser. Whether your groups raises money by selling holiday wreaths, Christmas trees, poinsettias or holiday goody baskets, FarmRaiser can help you plan and host an easy effective fundraiser for your school, group, club or nonprofit. We’ve developed a great network of wreath suppliers across […]

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Good Food Takes on the School Fundraiser | Chris Hardman: Writer

October 21, 2016 / All, FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 0

More great coverage about FarmRaiser from writer, Chris Hardman. Many people underestimate the size and scope and downright unpleasant nature of school fundraising — Chris sees how FarmRaiser provides a real alternative to the billion-dollar junk food and junk product fundraising market.   OCTOBER IS NATIONAL Farm to School month. It’s one of those “take the […]

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How to raise money for your school garden with FarmRaiser (Webinar)

October 18, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

FarmRaiser is a great way to raise money for your school garden.  Not only does choosing a healthy, farm-fresh fundraiser help reinforce the school gardening curriculum, but it’s also an effective, high-profit fundraiser where students, parents and teachers can sell delicious, farm and artisan products that your supporters will love. We presented this webinar in […]

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What if school fundraisers cleaned up? | New Food Economy

October 5, 2016 / All, FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 1

There’s an awesome front page feature on FarmRaiser on the The New Food Economy‘s site. With new regulations curbing junk food sales in schools, more and more people understand that it’s time to clean up the school fundraising industry. FarmRaiser aims to shake up a billion-dollar industry by helping schools swap cookie dough and popcorn […]

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