If your community has decided to raise funds for your school playground equipment investment, Miracle recommends using our “FunRaising” program. Although fundraising takes a lot of hard work and dedication, the experience can prove to be very rewarding for all involved.
Here are some of the highlights of the Miracle FunRaising Program:
A Miracle FunRaising Representative will customize a program just for your group!
Your group earns 50% profit on food programs and 40% profit on non-food programs! This is the highest payout of any fundraising program.
Miracle FunRaising professionals completely organize and assist you before, during, and after the execution of your fundraiser.
Miracle FunRaising provides FREE brochures, parent letters, and money envelopes. Our dedicated fundraiser professionals prepare your organization’s fundraising packets for easy kick-off distribution so all you have to do is collect orders!
Miracle FunRaising packs each participant’s orders individually free-of-charge so you don’t have to. This provides quick and easy distribution! Shipping is also free!
Our professional Miracle FunRaising Program Representatives are trained to bring optimal service to your organization and deliver the most profitable fundraising program possible. We also provide a friendly Customer Service Department to help with questions about your delivery and other needs that may arise. Miracle FunRaising is committed to your success and will work with you before, during, and after the sale!
Hold a contest for the design of the official project t-shirt. Then sell it as a fund-raiser.
Display a drawing of the proposed school playground equipment at businesses, schools, and post offices. Include the drawing in press releases to local media to publicize the idea.
Solicit civic groups, service organizations, local merchants, businesses, churches, fraternities and sororities, families, and individuals not only for financial support, but for equipment, food, and manpower contributions.
Hold fund-raising picnics and dinners.
Solicit local grocery stores for food donations to be sold at these events, as well as to feed volunteers during construction.
Once your community has decided to build a playground, you’ll need to choose a name for it – the first step in creating the identity so crucial to “marketing” the idea to your community. Then gear up for the most important part: fundraising. The experience is very rewarding.