Cookie Dough Fundraisers
Our best selling cookie dough for the past 3 years
Tubs are shipped directly to your customer's home or office
Lowest price on preformed cookies. No need for scoops.
The only 50% profit cookie mix fundraiser available
Learn about raising money with cookiesCookie dough is a no brainer product for fundraising because just about everyone is a potential customer. Wouldn't you agree that most people love freshly baked cookies?
So there's no question you should consider selling cookie dough. The question is which program is best, which is easiest and what's the cost.
On this page we will answer those questions. We will discuss frozen tubs of cookie dough, boxes of preportioned cookies, tubs delivered directly to your customer and cookie mix that requires no refrigeration. Then you can choose the product that best meets your group's needs.
Review Posted by: Longhorns Baseball Team- East Cobb - (July 25 2014)
Hi. It has taken me a moment but I really wanted to touch base and say thank you for all of your help and to let you know that everyone I sold to made it a point to come back to me and let me know how great the cookies tasted. Thanks again
Review Posted by: Kids of Faith - (June 02 2014)
Thank for you for being so kind and patient with me during our fundraiser. Being my first I now know more and than you so much. Brandy Benedict
Everything you need to know
Cookie dough fundraising is a great way for your group to make profits selling something people enjoy buying - cookies. Just show me someone who doesn't like a freshly baked cookie. That's why these fundraisers work so well.
Frozen gourmet cookie dough fundraisers are one of the only fundraising events that people might actually call you to see when you will be holding your next sale!
How much does it cost to get started:
The great news is these types of programs cost nothing to start. We will send you free brochures, order forms and cash collection envelopes that you will use to pre sell with.
There is absolutely no cost for you to start making money. We will send you as many brochures as you need to get started absolutely FREE. Choose the cookie dough program you like best and get started today.
Choosing the best cookie dough for your group:
There are lots of options to choose from. But the first question you should ask is whether you are okay handling a frozen product. That's not as big of a deal as you'd think because our frozen cookie dough can be safely thawed and refrozen.
It can be frozen for up to one year, refrigerated for 6 months and will stay fresh at room temperatures (below 77 degrees) for 21 days. The cookie dough can be thawed and refrozen. That's important because shipping times vary. But there's no risk to the cookie dough if it thaws during shipping or distribution.
But first let's address the frozen or not question.
Frozen or not frozen:
Most people that sell cookie dough sell tubs of frozen dough. It's been around the longest and it's what your customers expect. So we would suggest you consider our $10 tubs of frozen dough first.
As we stated above there is little risk in handling or storing the frozen product. Manufacturers have gotten much better at producing a great tasting, shipping stable product. Since the dough can be safely thawed and refrozen and stays fresh up to 21 days at room temperatures there is little reason to eliiminate this option.
The major consideration when it comes to frozen cookie dough is the cost of shipping. We do not charge a separate shipping fee but we do charge more for each tub on smaller orders. In fact the more tubs you sell the less you pay per tub because the cost of shipping is less expensive on a per tub basis.
If you've decided you are okay with frozen cookie dough then consider either the $10 tubs or boxes of preportioned dough. You'll find more details on those specific product pages.
It's important for you to know we were one of the first companies to roll back prices on tubs of cookie dough. We were one of the first to reintroduce the $10 price point. Customers let us know that people were growing tired of the ever rising price for a tub of dough so we decided to see what we could do to offer a product that could sell for $10. Since then that has become the most popular program in America.
If you don't want a frozen product:
There are a couple of options that eliminates you handling frozen from the equation completely.
The first is Home Delivery. Instead of selling tubs you actually sell e coupons that your customers can use to redeem for larger 2.7 pound tubs online. The tub will be shipped directly to your customer. Remember the dough can be safely thawed for up to 21 days so we can now ship your product directly to your customer. It's the same quality cookie dough in our best selling $10 tub program.
The other option is a dry cookie mix. It requires no refrigeration ever. Like frozen dough you need to purchase cookie mix in full cases by flavor but unlike frozen there is only a 1 case minimum and shipping is free to every address in the 48 Continental United States.
When you're ready to start:
We would be happy to send you a free sample brochure and data sheet for any of our cookie dough programs. That way you can show the brochure to other members of your group and make sure you are all on the same page.
Along with the brochure we will send you a quick link that allows you to get started with one simple click. You've already given us the basic information we need to send your brochures and marketing materials so all you will need to do is tell us how many people will be selling and what date you want to start. We will send you everything you need to get started free of charge and you can start selling cookie dough within days.
Why should I use Easy Fundraising Ideas?:
Easy Fundraising Ideas helps more groups throughout the country than most any other company. That gives us access to information on which cookie dough programs work best. You will find the best options available on this page.
The fact of the matter is that you can choose lots of companies to help with your fundraiser. We believe, though, that we are the best option and our customers will tell you that. That's why we offer testimonials from actual cookie dough fundraising groups. You can see what they say before you decide.
Comparing Different Cookie Dough Fundraising Companies
There are lots of choices for anyone wanting to sell cookie dough. To save time we wanted to share some information from some of the top companies:
Easy Fundraising Ideas: We are not a manufacturer of our own product which actually means we can be honest about the products we sell. We choose our manufacturing partners carefully and review product quality and delivery performance regularly. That way we make sure you are getting the best products in the industry.
We helped more than 10,000 groups last year alone. Nearly 1,000 of those groups sold cookie dough. So we feel uniquely qualified to help you choose the best brand and best program for your particular needs.
Pros: We search for the best manufacturers of cookie dough and only offer their products. We offer the highest profits, broadest product line and lowest minimums. Cons: We hope our pursuit of excellence identifies and corrects any possible cons for using Easy Fundraising for your cookie dough.
Otis Spunkmeyer: Otis Spunkmeyer is one of the best known cookie dough brands. Their product is excellent. According to their website you sell their product for $16 each. You get 36 cookies from each tub you purchase.
They offer an online profit calculator. Their site says "every $16 tub of cookie dough you sell raises $6.40 for your cause." That means you make 40% profit.
Pros: Extremely well know brand, high quality product, attractive materials. Cons: Higher priced tubs, lower profit margins.
The Goodies Factory: Honestly we don't have any personal experience with this company. Their site says they are the manufacturer of their own product. The offer multiple programs ranging in price from $10 to $16. The offer both tubs and boxes of preportioned cookie dough.
Like Otis their site says you will make 40% profit. They offer free shipping but there is an asterik next to that claim. If you go further down on their site you see that you might need to sell 500 or more items to qualify for free shipping depending on what part of the country you are in.
Pros: National company, offers multiple options. Cons: Offers only 40% profit and requires high minimums for free shipping.
Mrs. Fields: This company is relatively new to the fundraising arena. The company is best known for its mall based stores that sell freshly baked cookies.
The company website says the product sells for $16 retail with 40% profit to the group. That means a group will make $6.40 per box. There is no mention of minimum order requirements or any discussion of shipping costs, lead times or other information.
In their discussion of how much a group can make with their cookie dough program the example they use is that each seller sells 25 boxes which is extremely aggressive.
Pros: Well known nationally recognized brand. Cons: Highest profit is only 40%, does not discuss shipping costs or minimum requirements.
Hopefully that provides you with all the information you need to make an informed decision on the best cookie dough fundraising options.
Let me give you one last reason why it makes the most sense to use Easy Fundraising Ideas. We are the largest independent online product fundraising company in the country. Every year we review all of the cookie dough options available in the country and make sure that our programs offer the best terms, the highest profits and the lowest costs.
Right now these are the 3 best cookie dough fundraisers in America in our opinion:
$10 Tubs of Frozen Cookie Dough: The lowest priced tubs. Minimum order is only 120 tubs. No cost to start. Free shipping on all orders. Profits as high as 55%.
Combo $10 Boxes of Preportioned Cookie Dough AND Tubs: This new program is a great way to offer your customers their choice of either tubs of dough or boxes of preformed dough. Both sell for only $10. Free brochures. 120 box minimum. Free shipping on all orders. Profits as high as 55%.
Home Delivery Cookie Dough: No minimum. Cookie dough is shipped directly to your custocustomer so there is no product delivery. Free brochures. No cost to get started. Makes up to $6 profit per tub.
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