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Re: Fundraising Ideas

Postby Mark Mahoney on Thu Oct 13, 2011 1:53 am

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Postby niousdavis on Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:57 am

Crayons sell at a price of £ 69 for 100 packages of 12 with his choice of words, comes personalized with the name of your school in printing beautiful gold foil. Pencils make great educational gifts, if you want to help raise funds for your school, sell these at parties or used as raffle prizes in fundraising events.
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Re: Fundraising Ideas

Postby shelleyeduvoice on Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:16 pm

EduVoice is a unique, entirely FREE scheme that was developed to help schools with their fundraising.

After research we found that most fundraising schemes out there today only raise up to £200.00 an event or even per year and that they generally require a lot of time and money that teachers and parents just don't have these days!

It was from there EduVoice itself came, We work with organisations such as the Department for Education and TDA who ask us to host online surveys for them.

We found that millions are paid out to individuals per year to complete online surveys for organisations, EduVoice is designed to direct that money back into the Education system at a local level, helping schools overcome their budgetry worries.

It is fast and easy to sign up the school, from there we will send out parent packs to be handed out inviting parents to support the schools effort by taking 2 5-10 minute surveys per month. There is an incentive paid for each survey completed with at least 50% pledged to the school. A school with 200 parents, pupils and teachers can expect to earn £1,650 per year based on the parent pledging the minimum. We have found that this has made a massive difference to all the schools that we work with as it can be used for whatever the school needs.

The best part is that once the school is registered and the letters sent to parents, the scheme runs itself entirely. All the school have to do it cash the cheque!

To sign up your school or to receive an information packfor your next PTA meeting, please visit or email and we will be more than happy to help!

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Re: Fundraising Ideas

Postby esheldon on Wed Nov 26, 2014 12:57 pm

I recently came across this site with plenty of innovative fundraising ideas. Definitely worht a look if you're short on inspiration.
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