I have two children in elementary school, a 4th grader and a 1st grader. I have been an active member in the PTO from the time my oldest started kindergarten. I've also been the PTO president for the past two years. At every monthly meeting, school fundraising is on our agenda for discussion.
With so many different school fundraising ideas options available, it's difficult to know which ones will be profitable and which ones are a waste of time. I'm sure we have all been asked to purchase items through some sort of fundraiser. Most of the time the products are low quality and highly overpriced. Let's face it, how many times have you bought an item and then regretted your decision later.
Big Event Fundraising has a wide variety of school fundraising options available as well as great prize incentive programs for the children who participate. As a parent, I know first hand how a little "prize" or "reward" will get a child excited and motivated to do just about anything!
From cookie dough to discount cards to frozen foods and more. There is sure to be a school fundraising idea that will be perfect for your school.
Big Event Fundraising is a family owned school fundraising business that started in 1999. They are helpful, well respected, honest and there to lend a helping hand before, during and after your school fundraising event.
After experiencing school fundraising first hand and up close and personal for the past few years, it's not always rainbows and lollipops. In order for your school fundraiser to be a success, the children (and parents) have to be excited about the product(s) they are selling and the prizes.
Big Event Fundraising offers some of the best prize incentive programs around! They have their 4 Big Events! Children can earn admission to 1 of 4 fun, exciting and even educational shows! They have the Magic Show, Super Party, Splash Party and the most unusual Reptile Adventures!
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