Your Best Fundraiser yet: Fall Fruit!

  Fall is almost here and that means more than just the return of your favorite autumnal lattes to your local coffee shops, it means fall fruit in your fundraiser, and in our humble opinion, your best fundraiser! Apples make it easy to have your best fundraiser Apples are a long-standing favorite among our organizers…

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Spilling the Beans on a Coffee Fundraiser!

  It’s always a great time for a coffee fundraiser, so we’re here to spill the beans on java sales! Here’s why we love connecting coffee roasters with local fundraising efforts. Why a Coffee Fundraiser is Practical and Profitable  Coffee is one of the most practical products you can choose for a product fundraiser. it’s available…

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Why local fundraisers are the best fundraisers

We were recently featured in the summer 2018 edition of “Edible Michiana,” the Michigan edition of the “Edible Communities” publications. The article discusses the benefits of fresh fundraising vs old school candy fundraising with an anecdote from author Deborah Rieth’s own life. Rieth expresses her preference for FarmRaiser’s market solution to fundraising and how she looks forward to a pint-sized pitcher from her community little league team asking her if she wants to buy some fresh produce to support their team.

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Citrus Fundraiser: A Drop in Crops

Thinking about holding a citrus fundraiser this fall? We’ve got bad news. The Florida citrus industry that was once able to supply much of the country’s demand for OJ and fresh grapefruits has fallen victim to a bacterium that causes “citrus greening” in the last 10 or 15 years, causing a steep drop in the…

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Tea Fundraisers with Culinary Teas

      There’s nothing better than sipping on a freshly steeped cup of tea on a beautiful spring day. It’s a fact that both you and your potential fundraising supporters know so well. That’s why we’re bringing on a new and exciting tea vendor to the FarmRaiser fundraising platform. Culinary Teas has made dozens…

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Farm to Cafeteria Conference Coming Soon!

From April 25-27, 2018, upwards of a thousand people will converge in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the 9th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference. The biennial event hosted by the National Farm to School Network is the only national gathering of farm to cafeteria professionals facilitating the faster and easier sourcing of healthy, local food for institutional…

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Bird Friendly Coffee: Perfect For Coffee Fundraisers

  When you’re little, you ask your parents about the birds and the bees, but have you ever asked about the birds and the beans? You should, because you’ll get quite the lesson in bird conservation and sustainable coffee production. Birds & Beans Coffee has joined FarmRaiser and they’re ready to fulfill all your bird friendly…

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Red Headed Honey Fundraisers

You’re in for a royal treat! Niki at Red Headed Honey is one of our newest FarmRaiser suppliers and offering her royal jelly as part of her honey products line– and it’s perfect for honey fundraisers! What makes Royal Jelly so special? The product is quite difficult to harvest and will only be produced by the…

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New Coffee Provider in Washington State!

There’s good news brewing here at FarmRaiser! We’ve partnered up with Olympic Crest Coffee Roasters to bring Washington state a brand new coffee sales option! Olympic Crest has been in the coffee fundraising game for years, so they know exactly how to pull off a profitable and delightful fundraiser. Best yet, they’re not just available…

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Local Fundraising Made Easy With the Local Food Hub

The Local Food Hub is making Virginia a better place for eaters and farmers alike. Representing dozens of farmers and artisan food producers, the Local Food Hub’s goal is to increase community access to local food, making it a great option for local fundraising initiatives. The best part is that it’s not just a place to…

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