If your child has a peanut allergy, or if you are gluten-free, you know how difficult it can be to find safe food for school or social events. This is especially true when it comes to fundraising activities. Many popular fundraisers revolve around food, which can be a real challenge for people with special dietary needs. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We’ll give you some great ideas for peanut-free and gluten-free fundraisers.
Kids across America are putting on masks and backpacks and heading back to school this spring as the country continues hopes to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Over the past year, families, school administrators and teachers were thrown into the reality of cancelling in-person classes and scrambling to plan remote learning. The rapid increase in vaccinations pushes the back-to-school moment into uncharted territory. It’s a lot to adjust to.
The fortune cookie is an indelible part of the American dining experience. Whether we’re making memories over egg rolls and spareribs, or unboxing steaming hot noodles in front of the TV on a lazy Saturday, it’s always been understood that a crispy cookie with a fortune tucked inside awaits us at the end. This ubiquitous Asian treat has even found its way into the fundraising circuit – after all, what better fundraising idea than something that brings an automatic smile to people’s faces.
It’s time to start thinking about fall fundraising. It is important to consider a few key factors when making your decision about which fundraiser to do this fall. You will want to keep participation levels high and profits even higher. Choose a product that has high profits, is easy to sell and helps you reach your fundraising goals with as little effort as possible.