When you have reached the time to start organizing a church fundraiser (and that time is coming more and more often for many churches), oftentimes you can get burdened with thoughts over which church fundraising idea to choose. You may be confused about which church fundraiser works the best for your group, but there may be several ways to go about it.
In reality, there is no single “right” church fundraiser, so go ahead and explore all your options instead of thinking that you have to do the same church fundraiser year in and year out. Of course, you want to do a fundraiser that works, but there is also the issue of things getting old and tired, and if your traditional church fundraiser has been performing less well recently, it may be time to change it up a little.
The biggest factor is to match your fundraiser to the size of your group. Smaller church groups may feel like choosing a church fundraiser that will offer high profits. Things like scratch cards or pizza fundraising cards are wonderful for a small church fundraiser because they really give the church a chance to make a respectable amount of money. If minimum orders are a concern, you may want to go with a church fundraiser that has the lowest possible minimums – a cookie dough fundraiser can be a very popular choice, and the minimum orders are very low.
You have an endless amount of choices for your church fundraiser, so don’t feel down if the first couple of things you look at don’t work out for you. Browse through church fundraiser pages, choose one that fits well with your group, and start to get excited that your church fundraiser has every chance in the world of being a huge success.