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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FarmRaiser Fall Favorites

What’s your favorite fall activity? Biting into a crisp local apple, heading to the pumpkin patch down the road, or admiring your painstakingly executed fall decor over a freshly brewed cup of coffee? FarmRaisers are a great way to purchase everything you need to celebrate fall in all its glory while helping your school or […]

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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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Healthy Spring Fundraising Ideas for your School, Club, Band, or Team

At FarmRaiser, we want to make it easy for you to raise money with healthy local food and artisan goods, so we put together a series of healthy, easy, high-profit, and effective spring fundraising ideas. If you’re looking for some creative, fun and inspiring ways to raise money for your school, band, team or cause, you’ve come to the […]

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Fresh Produce Fundraiser

Looking for a fresh idea for your spring fundraiser? Turn over a new leaf with a a selection of the season’s fruits and vegetables picked fresh from a farm near you. February and early March is the perfect time to book your fresh produce fundraiser to take advantage of spring crops like asparagus, greens, and […]

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Thaw. Learn. Grow — February 2016

February is full of promise. While winter still holds us firmly in its grasp, the days start getting longer, and plants begin preparing for spring. Soon bold bulbs will peek above the cold and sodden ground, and overwintered crops will extend their first tentative green leaves, setting the stage for spring growth.  Now’s the time […]

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Handbook for your Healthy Fundraiser

With instructions on everything from selecting and merchandising products and setting up your account, to managing volunteers, writing letters to supporters, and activating your student champions, the FarmRaiser  Fundraising Campaign Organizers Guide is an indispensable resource for first-time or veteran fundraisers. If you’re like me, the email with our guide to hosting your healthy fundraiser with FarmRaiser is […]

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Healthy Fundraising with FarmRaiser

How to talk to your friends about Healthy Fundraising Ready to kick off your healthy fundraising campaign with FarmRaiser, but maybe the rest of your committee, group or PTO/PTA is not? If you want to quickly explain how organizations can raise money, support local farmers and artisans, and connect kids with healthy food, we’ve created […]

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