If your volleyball team is looking for a new volleyball fundraising opportunity, make sure you consider the following information as you choose a fundraising program:
Younger Team: Lots of young volleyball teams are looking for fundraisers to help with league fees, uniforms, or general funds. With younger kids a direct-sell fundraiser is ideal. With a direct-sell, you have the products on hand to sell to your customers. In other words, instead of pre-selling and collecting orders, then passing items out once they are delivered, you hand them their purchase the moment they pay. The benefit is that there is no need to keep track of your customer names and addresses, and most times, direct-sale products, like money savings cards or candy bars have one easy price to remember.
Older Team: You will have a huge fundraising advantage if your team has older members. Your team can tackle more complex volleyball fundraisers. You can use a product brochure that offers lots of different items in a wide range of prices. Your team can keep track of the amounts, the customers, and the money. Cookie dough and candles are a big hit for older teams.
Big Team: With lots of people you have the potential to raise lots of money. You can attempt a fundraiser with a high minimum or one that offers the highest profit. Auntie Anne?s Pretzels is a great fundraiser for a large group.
Small Team: You may be down in numbers, but you are far from being out. Even though you may not have a ton of people, you still have a ton of potential. Both the scratch card and pizza cards work well for a large or small volleyball fundraiser. The profits are extremely high, and the process is very simple.