Slow Food USA: FarmRaiser: Join the Healthy Fundraising Revolution

September 8, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

Check out this our guest post on Slow Food USA’s site. If you don’t know about Slow Food USA’s school gardening program, take a few minutes and visit their site. Blog Post FarmRaiser: Join the Healthy Fundraising Revolution Aug. 6, 2016 Each year, parents, neighbors and friends spend nearly $4 billion buying tubs of cookie […]

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FarmRaiser SuperCampaigns: Your new bff in multi-school/group fundraising

August 18, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

If multiple groups within your school or multiple schools within your district fundraise for a shared cause or goal, we’d like to invite you to learn more about FarmRaiser’s new SuperCampaign functionality as a tool to help you blow your fundraising goal out of the water this year. Making its debut last spring in Bellingham, […]

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Incorporating Multiple FarmRaisers Into Your School Calendar

August 16, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

Ready for a year of selling healthy local products? Delight your supporters and teach kids healthy habits by hosting multiple FarmRaisers!

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Refer a friend to FarmRaiser – Suppliers, Schools, and Parents

August 11, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

If you want to share FarmRaiser’s healthy school and nonprofit fundraising solution with a friend, you can use this form to send them an introductory information package.  Our team will follow up with them to make sure they have everything they need.

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FarmRaiser Brochure for Schools and Nonprofits

August 11, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

We’re very excited about our new FarmRaiser one-page brochure that captures the key advantages for schools and organizations seeking to raise money, while connecting kids to healthy food. We created this for our partner organizations to share with their networks, and for individuals who are interested in trying a healthy fundraiser at their school, nonprofit, church […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Host a Plant Sale

As you’re planning your fundraising calendar for the upcoming year, or looking for some great ideas for healthy fundraisers for your school or group, I’d like to encourage you to consider one of my favorite types of FarmRaisers: plant sales! Plant sales like this one allow you to sell a variety of flowers, herbs, and other plants from […]

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Apples & Honey: Two Sweet Ideas for Fall Fundraising

August 4, 2016 / All, Healthy Fundraising Ideas / Comments: 0

Selling a single product in your fundraiser makes it easy to set up and manage the fundraiser.  Thanks to their near universal appeal, apples and honey are two of our most popular fundraising product for the fall season.  So why not get into the back-to-school spirit with a crisp clean apple fundraiser? Apple or honey single product fundraisers […]

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Healthy Snacks to Fuel Young Readers

July 26, 2016 / All, Healthy Fundraising Ideas / Comments: 1

With the first day of school just around the corner, we’re rested and ready to help you meet your fundraising goals! Whether it’s for purchasing supplies, funding a fall field trip, or supporting your PTA programs, FarmRaiser is here to help.  As you work with your school’s administration and PTA to plan your fundraisers for […]

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Farm to Cafeteria Conference

May 26, 2016 / All / Comments: 0

On June 2-4, 2016, the 8th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference will take place in Madison, Wisconsin. More than 1000 farmers, food producers, policy makers, educators, public health professionals, representatives from nonprofit and government agencies, and others dedicated to the “farm to cafeteria” movement will be there. The conference will include a variety of workshops, […]

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Bellingham Schools Go Local, Turn To ‘Farmraising’ To Fund Garden Program | KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

May 19, 2016 / All, FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 1

Great story on FarmRaiser from KPLU: Candy bars and cookie dough are some of the traditional fundraising offerings for school kids. But with concerns about childhood obesity, selling sweet stuff sends a mixed message. Now, some schools are taking a healthier tack.By this time of year, lots of families with school-age children are experiencing fundraising […]

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