The Best Church Fundraisers - How to Choose
If you're part of a church group the last thing on your mind might be raising money. But often times it just becomes necessary. The funding is just not there and you have a choice whether to cut programs or other items or figure something else out.
So unless members of your church are willing to step to the plate and meet the financial needs, sometimes you need to hold a church fundraiser.
Types of Church Fundraisers:
Like most types of fundraising groups there are a few major categories that churches can and should consider based on individual needs. There are brochure fundraisers that cost nothing to start. There are candy fundraisers which are about the easiest possible product to sell. Then there are our two highest profit categories that include discount fundraising cards and scratch card fundraisers.
Do we need money to get started?:
If upfront money is a consideration for your church then we suggest you go directly to the no upfront cost brochure fundraising section of our website. There you will find more than a dozen different fundraisers that cost nothing to start. Members of your church use free brochures and order forms to pre sell products with. We even have some church-specific no upfront costs fundraisers like our Journey of Faith Candle Fundraiser. We highly recommend that candle line. It's so relevant and so many church groups report outstanding results.
Do I need to part of a group?:
We provide fundraising products that can and are used by both individuals as well as groups. In other words you do not need to be part of a church group to hold a church fundraiser. We suggest you look carefully at products you consider to see if there are minimum order requirements that might make that choice less desirable. But the choice is your's and you can use any of our fundraising products to raise money whether you are part of a small group, a large group or you are raising money for yourself.
Why Should I Use Easy Fundraising Ideas for my Church Fundraiser?
Last year along we helped more than 10,000 groups raise money. A large percentage of those groups were church related. That gives us a couple advantages when it comes to church fundraising. First we quickly learn what is working well for groups just like yours. And we also have lots of experience to help you each step of the way. You can rest comfortably knowing we will be there to make sure you have the best church fundraising experience possible.
Catholic Church Youth Organization Fundraiser:
In this section we offer some great Catholic Church Youth fundraisers. There are some options that are definitely faith based while many others are the most tried and proven fundraisers that work best for youth groups and all types.
We have a wide selection of Church fundraising programs to help your church or church group raise the money it needs. Many are no risk, no upfront cost, high profit church fundraisers.
Money Makers for Catholic Schools:
Catholic School Fundraising does not have to differ much from any other school fundraising idea. This section will detail all of the top fundraising choices including many that do not cost anything to get started and others that offer 90% profit and more.
Raise Money for Your Choir:
In this section you will find suggestions and ideas for holding a successful choir fundraising campaign. You will find options for any sized group. You will find options that do not require any upfront money. And you will find profits as high as 90% or more.
Raising Funds for Christian Groups:
In this section you will find our top Christian Fundraising Ideas. While some are faith based products others are tried and proven fundraisers that have worked well for Christian fundraising campaigns as well as for many other none faith-based groups.
Raising Money for a Mission Trip:
Mission trip fundraising efforts might be held to pay for you to go on a mission trip or to support a missionaries leaving to head back to the mission field. Church mission fundraisers can be extremely easy depending on how many people are participating and how much money needs to be raised.Written by Howard Gottlieb