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    Default Sharing a Fund Raising Option for your team or program

    Many of you have sons, daughters, sisters, brothers and parents who play sports-- one of the toughest things a team can do is raise funds for different necessities -- like tournaments fees, uniforms, new equipment etc.
    Sharing a good way for a team or group to fundraise for their organization just by buying things we already normally buy --for example gift cards, shopping online or going out to eat will earn money for your team or group. Examples Dominoes pizza gift cards, Starbucks gift cards, shopping at Walmart, and Groupon. Very easy way to help out the team.
    If you use this link for the initial sign up you earn an extra $50 after the first $20 is earned for the team.

    https://www.flipgive.com/?referral_id=1311549&view=home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagdawg View Post
    Many of you have sons, daughters, sisters, brothers and parents who play sports-- one of the toughest things a team can do is raise funds for different necessities -- like tournaments fees, uniforms, new equipment etc.
    Sharing a good way for a team or group to fundraise for their organization just by buying things we already normally buy --for example gift cards, shopping online or going out to eat will earn money for your team or group. Examples Dominoes pizza gift cards, Starbucks gift cards, shopping at Walmart, and Groupon. Very easy way to help out the team.
    If you use this link for the initial sign up you earn an extra $50 after the first $20 is earned for the team.

    https://www.flipgive.com/?referral_id=1311549&view=home
    That's awesome. I'll share that with our old preschool. When they had to change the location (from a Catholic convent to a Methodist Church) they had to stop doing any types of raffles or lottery based fundraisers, so it's been hard to think of ways to fill the fundraising.

    Our elementary school PTA did a raffle for a half off a cow and money for a freezer and it was a huge hit with very little overhead. I'd definitely recommend that to others too.

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