|We have Flower Bulb programs specifically for fall and another for spring so you can hold a flower fundraiser any time of year. Flower fundraisers are practical and ecologically sensitive. We offer a great selection of bulbs, a high profit potential, free brochures and order forms and the ability to qualify for free shipping.|
|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.|
|This new $2 Hershey's Fundraising Candy Variety Pack offers bigger bars, the biggest brands and the biggest profits. These candy bars are much larger than the $1 candy bars.They are easy to sell and can help you make bigger profits on every sale.|
Choosing the best Choir Fundraising idea can be confusing. As with any other fundraising group your decision will be based on the size of your choir, the amount of money you need to raise and whether you have money to purchase a direct sale product.
We offer a wide selection of Choir Fundraisers and have included details on three great options below.
We have Choir fundraising ideas that cost absolutely nothing to start. We have other high profit choir fund raisers. We invite you to browse our site or call one of our fundraising specialists toll free (866) 874-8383 to discuss your choir fundraising needs.
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Choirs come in all shapes and sizes, but they've all got one thing in common: they need money to operate. Choir fundraising is one of the fundamental aspects of being in a choir, because without choir fundraising, the money for things like uniforms and travel would simply not be there. Choir fundraising works well for all kinds of choirs, regardless of size, age, or organization. Church choirs often rely on choir fundraising when the...
The church choir is one of the most important facets of the church, as services without music would simply not be the same. But in order to operate adequately, the choir needs some basic supplies and equipment - robes, sheet music, hymnals, and even travel expenses, if they are lucky enough to be competing. The church cannot always provide the cash needed for these expenses, so some choir fundraising is definitely in order...
Choirs can be part of a church, associated with a school, or even independently operated, but regardless, they all share one thing - the need for income. Running a choir is not free, and even if your choir does not wear robes or uniforms, there's still the costs of performing to consider, such as sheet music, travel, venue fees, or even competition entrance fees. Unless that money is magically going to come from...