Candy Fundraising

Why Candy Fundraising Works

Everyone has purchased fund raising candy at some time! Each and every year candy fundraising is the main source of funds for so many groups. It is easy to sell, there’s a wide selection of candy products and it is priced competitively.

Easy Fundraising Idea wants to be your candy fundraising company. That’s why we make buying fundraising candy so simple and offer so many different candy options. We have candy fundraising products from Hershey’s, M&M Mars and The Original One Dollar Bar. And you can buy your fundraising candy directly online or call toll free (866) 874-8383 to place your orders.

Candy fundraising is very profitable. Your group can make up to 55% profit. Shipping is free with any of our fundraising candy products. You can buy as little as one case at a time with The Original One Bar which makes candy fundraising feasible for any sized group. We send out free candy fundraiser cataloges for school and all other fundraising groups. The catalog will go over all of the fund raising candy options.

Above is a sampling of the types of candy fundraising programs we have.

So many groups want to sell candy for their fundraiser. But how do you choose the best candy fundraising idea? First know what you are buying.

We offer a low price guarantee on all of our candy fundraising products. We pay for shipping on candy fundraisers too. If you find a better offer on the identical product than we will match that offer.

Not only do we offer the most respected low price guarantee on our candy fundraising programs we also offer the most candy fundraising products. You will find name brand candy, low minimum candy and candy for every single type or size fundraising group.

Candy Fundraising Ideas to Consider

Chocolatiers Candy Bar Fundraising

Chocolatiers Candy Bar Fundraising

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Profit: 65%
Free Shipping: Yes

You can still make high profits with a candy bar fundraiser. Our Chocolatiers Candy Bars offer profits as high as 60%. There is a small one case minimum and shipping is always FREE. These candy bars are manufactured in a peanut free facility and guaranteed to be peanut free.

Peanut FREE $1 Chocolate Bar Fundraising

Peanut FREE $1 Chocolate Bar Fundraising

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Profit: 50%
Free Shipping: Yes

Original One Dollar Bars are PEANUT FREE and the largest fundraiser candy bars. Besides being the largest candy bar the One Dollar Bars are only sold through fundraising and are not sold in discount retail stores or vending machines at discounted prices. With only a one case minimum, this chocolate fund raising product is perfect for small groups.

Original One Dollar Chocolate Candy Bars

Original One Dollar Chocolate Candy Bars

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Profit: 50%
Free Shipping: Yes

The Original One Dollar Bars comes in two different variety packs. These are our best selling candy bar fundraisers. They offer the largest one dollar fundraising candy bar that is manufactured in a peanut free facility.

Welch's Fruit Snacks Fundraising

Welch's Fruit Snacks Fundraising

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Profit: 50%
Free Shipping: Yes

People struggle when choosing a product for a youth   fundraiser because of childhood obesity. If you are looking for a   healthier alternative to chocolate bars or lollipops, consider selling   our Welch’s Fruit Snacks Variety Pack. The snacks are 100% Vitamin C, an   excellent source of Vitamins A and E, FAT FREE, Made with real fruit   and have no preservatives.

Beef Jerky Fundraiser

Beef Jerky Fundraiser

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Profit: 50%
Free Shipping: Yes

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 $2 each. You can purchase as little as 1 case and shipping is absolutely free

Related Candy Fundraising Articles

Candy Fundraising is a Great Way to Raise Money

Candy fundraising is incredibly popular with sports groups, school, and church groups for a good reason. Fundraising candy is very easy to sell. Candy fundraisers are great, but remember that it sells for a relatively low price. That means you need to do your homework to choose the best candy fundraising ideas to insure you make the most money possible. You want to not only purchase your candy for a good price but you also want to make sure that there are no hidden fees such as shipping. If you pay additional shipping fees then your profits can drop substantially. Remember, too, that unless you are a public school you willmost likely have to pay for your candy at the time of your purchase so it is really important that you don't lay out more money than necessary. You definitely want to talk to your sellers before comitting to your fundraising candy. Ask each to make a comittment to sell a certain amount of candy. Lots of groups ask each seller to sell a case of candy. That's not an unreasonable amount of candy. Once you have your comittments than you can feel more comfortable placing your order. You do not want to over buy if possible. Most companies will not accept returns of fundraising candy. While that might annoy some people we suggest you think twice about ordering candy from a company that accepts returns. After all once the candy leaves your supplier's facility they really don't know what might happen to the candy. How can they insure that the product has not been tampered with? Candy fundraising is a great way to raise money and with the low minimum order requirements should be considered by all groups.

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Why Candy Fundraising Is Getting More Difficult

Once upon a time you used to see kids both young and old walking around with handled carriers of fundraising candy. But you don't see that very much any more. Have you wondered why? It is not the popularity of candy or the ability to sell it. In fact we had a 5th grade in an elementary school order 65 cases of M&M's candy from us and come back to reorder more. Just so you know how much fundraising candy that is, each case has 208 candies. That means they sold through nearly 14,000 candy bars and wanted more. The problem was that there is a shortage of Mars candy. There is also a shortage of Hershey's $1 candy bars these days. Mars, which makes M&M's, appears to be exiting the candy fundraising business (in fact they no longer offer fundraising candy). They have decided they can no longer make money selling bags of M&M's for a dollar and they have shrunk the bags down as little as they felt they could get away with. While their retail product price point will increase they made the business decision - at least as of now - to exit the candy fundraising channel. That's a shame for everyone because its variety pack has been the best selling fundraising candy variety pack in the market for years. Hershey's, on the other hand, has decided to stick with fundraising candy for a while but they will slowly eliminate the old familiar one dollar candy bars. They just introduced their first $2 candy fundraising variety pack which they hope will be accepted in the marketplace. They believe that people will ultimately accept the higher price point the same way consumers did when candy went from $.50 to $1.00. Back then, Hershey's says, the uproar was that no one would purchase candy for a dollar. That's the same thing they hear now about $2 candy. History shows that people embraced $1 candy bars and sales and profits rose for everyone. That is, at least, until commodity prices started going through the roof. So if you see fewer people selling fundraising candy these days it is not because candy fundraisers are no longer viable - its simply a changing market.

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