1) Create Your Site: Give your site a title and a main image and select a color. You can also add a YouTube video if you wish and then you will need to fill out how much your looking to raise and a description of what you are doing with the raised amount.

2) Share Your Page With Your Friends: Share it on Facebook so that you can get people taking a look at your new fundraising site. Place your fundraising site into your church bulletin so that people can see it and go to it. Place your fundraising site on your church’s Facebook page – your youth page – and challenge your students to a sharing contest! You never know the power of who will see this when it gets shared with everybody’s friends and family.

3) Collect The Donations: They make it so safe and easy for people to donate. They just click on the donate button and select their payment option and then donate! Your site gets updated then on how much you have raised.




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5 thoughts on “Fundraising

  1. @DallasPandaMarshalMora Sorry – didn’t realize you commented so long ago. The amount is under the scratch off, but I suggest you double that to raise $200 a card. The cards are $20 each but once you buy them they are yours until you get them done so there is no time pressure on returning sales back to us or anything like that.

  2. @wknieriem I apologize – I never saw this comment before. They are $20 each, but most are easily able to make this back because many times – people give more then what the card is telling them to give.

  3. With fundraising your goal is to raise money and the card is a talking piece to help make that happen. You will find that on average you will make up for the cost of the cards because people end up giving more then what the card suggests after they scratch off the amount. I also suggest doubling the amount that it says so that you can raise more per card.

  4. You can have your students do a deposit on the cards to collect the $20 per card up front and then they have more incentive to get out there and at least get their $20 back and hopefully continue on towards raising the full amount needed.

  5. Update: We recently changed suppliers – so please fill out the form above and we will contact you right away to raise the money you wish for your youth ministry.

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