Top cookie dough chosen by baseball teams and leagues
Flower Bulbs sales coincide perfectly with baseball season
Fantastic selection of snacks. Great selection of tasty choices.
Easy to sell scented wax bars are easy for players to sell
A no cost team fundraiser with new stylish products
Players can raise $100 with a single card. Get for teams and leagues.
Great lollipops for players to sell as concessions or to friends
Consider beef snacks instead of chocolate candy bars
We have a great selection of baseball fundraiser ideas for your team or league. Whether you are looking for baseball shaped lollipops, candy or a product to pre sell, you will find the best baseball sports fundraising ideas for your group here.
We’ll talk about the different baseball related groups below. Equally important, though, is where and how you want to hold your fundraiser. There are opporunities that you may not have thought of to sell as concessions at games or practices. Lots of teams look to one fundraiser for all of their money when you can raise quite a bit albeit slowly throughout the season by offering something like candy bars or lollipops.
You might also consider Baseball Scratch Cards as a fun sport-specific donation type fundraiser that can raise a lot of money very quickly.
Baseball Fundraising Suggestions and Tips
There are lots of baseball oriented groups that need to raise money which means there needs to be a lot of thought before choosing the best product to sell or event to hold.
Here's a breakdown of some of the common groups or individuals and some advice on the best ways to proceed:
Leagues: We have helped with league wide fundraisers throughout the United States and far and away there are two dominant schools of thought on products. Half the large organizations choose to sell candy. They purchase enough candy of that each player needs to sell a case of candy. That works well for most leagues and families understand that they will be buying a case of candy during registration and they can choose to sell it or eat it.
The other product leagues gravitate towards is frozen cookie dough. There are two things about cookie that that make it popular. The first is that most people will buy a couple of tubs of cookie dough and it is easy to sell. Additionally there is no need to purchase or obligate yourself to any product in advance of your sale. The players pre sell using free brochures and at the end of the sale you purchase the products that have already been sold.
Teams: If you're raising money for a team the list of options is virtually unlimited. Medium sized groups such as teams can sell any product and typically meet the minimum order requirements. So if you don't want to lay out money you can choose any of the no upfront cost brochure fundraisers. Of course lots of teams still opt for candy or lollipops to raise money.
Individual Players: If you are an individual player needing to raise some money the odds are good that you should choose one of the direct sale items like candy or even try something like scratch off fundraising cards. That means you will need a little money to purchase a product you can sell. Look for items with smaller minimums or higher profits like fundraising cards.
Baseball fundraisers are commonplace whether it's a single team raising money or league wide baseball fundraising as part of registration. The key is finding the right baseball team fundraiser for your group.
Baseball Fundraising Ideas to consider:
The newest addition to our candle fundraisers. Magic Melts are highly scented wickless wax bars that you melt in candle warmers. There's no cost to start this fundraiser. Make 50% profit. You can even qualify for free shipping.
Color Blasters are a fun candy. These swirl lollipops look like a tie-dyed shirt. All of the different flavors are thrown together and you get a unique mixture of color and flavors. Since no two lollipops are exactly the same you get to offer new fresh products each time someone buys one of your fundraising lollipops. There is only a one case minimum.
Frozen cookie dough is one of the best selling fundraising products. Everyone loves freshly baked cookies. This is our best selling cookie dough program because of the retail selling price. You will sell 2 pounds tubs of dough for only $10 each. Shipping is free unless you are in an extreme remote area. And there's no cost to get started.
You have to try our irresistibly sweet and salty chocolate covered pretzel rods! The Rods are dipped in milk chocolate and then rolled in delicious select toppings including crushed candy coated chocolates, toffee, and rainbow sprinkles. The mixture of salty pretzel, sweet chocolate, and toppings is sure to satisfy all cravings! Fall Promotion: 1 Free Case with every 20 cases!
Jack Links Beef Sticks are a great alternative to candy fundraising. The beef sticks meet or exceed most school nutritional standards. The sticks sell for only $1 or $1.50 each. You can purchase as little as 1 case and shipping is absolutely free
Our newest fundraising discount card - the Dinner and Movie Fundraising Card - offers discounts up to 50% at more than 100,000 different restaurants, theatres and movie rental stores for an entire year. Make 60% profit. Free shipping.
Smencils scented pencils made from recycled newspapers are perfect for schools. Each scented pencil sells for $1 and are shipped in cases containing 10 buckets with 50 Smencils in each. Smencils are available in two varieties. Regular Black Lead as well as assorted fun colors. Best of all shipping is FREE!
Yummy Licks are our #1 lollipop. They come in an assortment of all your favorite flavors. Yummy Licks Round lollipops are packaged in cases of 640 lollipops. Inside the case are 8 packages with each package containing 80 lollipops. You will make 50% profit selling just one case. Shipping is FREE.
You might consider selling coffee and tea to raise money. Coffee has been very successful for many types of groups. Your group would sell 10 oz bags of freshly ground coffee for $10 each. There are seven great flavors along with an old fashion gift coffee tin. Coffee sales work best in the fall and winter.
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