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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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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Michigan student sells over $2,000 dollars’ worth of healthy, local products

August 28, 2015 / All, Local Food and Amazing Products / Comments: 0

Raising money with FarmRaiser is fun, easy, and helps support your local food system–just ask one of our FarmRaiser champions, Lucy!

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Healthy fundraisers > junk food

You don’t have to sell junk food to raise money for your cause! Check out these healthy fundraising ideas to get you started.

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August Newsletter

  Dear friend —  Do I have to sell junk food to raise money this year? As the first day of school approaches, teachers, administrators and parent volunteers across the country may find themselves wrestling with this question. For years, candy bars, tubs of cookie dough, and pizza kits have been the “go to” for […]

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Don’t Miss the Remainder of Michigan Asparagus Season!

June 5, 2015 / All, Local Food and Amazing Products / Comments: 0

Asparagus officinallis is one of the first crops that sprouts every year and is prided for its distinct taste and texture. For those ingrained in a local Michigan diet, asparagus is the first sign of a diverse abundance of fresh produce returning to the market.

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