One of the hardest parts of fundraising is finding the right program. Teams looking for a new baseball fundraiser often run into the same problems ? the minimums are too high, the product is too expensive, it is the wrong season for the fundraiser, etc. Fortunately there is a new fundraiser available that solves most problems that teams find with different fundraising programs.

The money savings card fundraiser is the newest program. Your team purchases cards that they can sell for $10 each. Upon purchasing the card, the buyer can go online with the information on the back of the card, to login to a lifetime membership to a savings club. They will receive notices about discounts and coupons when they shop at their favorite online stores. But what is so great about this? Why is this sports fundraising idea better than others?

--No refrigerated items.

When you use food items for your baseball fundraiser you often face the obstacle of finding freezer space for all of the items while you get them passed out to your customers. You also have to get it delivered quickly before it spoils. The beauty of the money savings cards is that once your customer has purchased the card there is no follow up, or passing out later. They buy the card, you give it to them, and you are done.

--No expiration date.

Even with some of the other card programs there is a bit of a time crunch because of expiration dates. Money savings cards never expire, so there is no nee to rush and get them all sold before a certain time. You can sell then as soon as you get them, or buy them and wait for a certain time or event.

--No location boundaries.

Most fundraisers can only be done in certain areas. You are restricted to your hometown and surrounding areas due to the fact that the items have to be passed out after the items are delivered, or because the stores involved are only in your town. Money savings cards can be used anywhere in the United States. Out of town relatives and friends now have a chance to help with your baseball fundraising campaign.