Some Great Ways of Raising Funds for Your High School

Tom Turner
 


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Very often you will find that the students from different organizations in High School such as the football team or the chess club will initiate their own High School fundraising event. This is because often such organizations do not have the financial support of the school itself or because the school is unaware of their situation with regard to the lack of funds. Or it may be that the school budget has already been allocated to other school activities or developments for that year.

Many of the High School fundraising events which take are usually there in order to help enhance a particular school activity such as the Junior or Senior Prom dance, some annual out of town travel (a skiing holiday) or just to help with the schools basketball or football games. Whilst you may find that the schools, Math's, Debate or Drama club will looking at having a fundraiser in order to raise funds for uniforms, costumes or props that they need.

Today there are plenty of companies who offer their products and services in order for such fundraisers to take place. There are some candy manufacturers who offer more than half of the profit from all the candy you sell at a candy bar fundraiser to the schools. In some cases these companies will also offer free shipping and free booths and banners for those schools that are specially in need. Not only is this a great way of raising funds for the High School but you will often be able to keep the profits before handing over the rest of the money to the candy manufacturer.

Another idea that a High School could try in order to raise funds is by having an auction. At this the students will auction off their talents such as mowing some ones lawn or the cheerleading group may offer to do a cheer camp or give some other group dance lessons. It may be that honor students at the school will offer up their services to tutor someone for a particular fee. However, when looking at this type of fundraising event for your school it is vital that the school gets both the permission of the student and their parents for them to be involved.

However, for any High School fundraising event to succeed it needs the involvement of the students. So by allowing the students to decide on what type of fundraising event they would like to do you are more likely to have their full co-operation as well as their commitment to ensuring that it succeeds.

For more information on fundraising events and projects for your organization try visiting http://good-fundraising-ideas.com, a website that specializes in providing helpful tips, advice and fundraising resources to include high school fund raising and more.

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