Next week my kiddos start school.
In addition to making sure they have all their school supplies, lunches, and are in the right teacher’s classroom, I will also be attending my first PTA meeting where we will be discussing budgets, fundraisers, events, etc.
I hate the first meeting.
I will GROAN through the whole discussion about fundraising because I know how much our school DEPENDS on the money we raise, but I hate the thought of having to sell pizzas, cookie dough, and gift wrap. (And I hate the thought of buying it even more.)
So when my friends at Door-To-Door Organics told me about their awesome School Fundraising Program, I had to share because I realize you are like me – Want To Support Our Schools, Don’t Want To Have To Buy Junk
The Door to Door Organics’ School Fundraising Co-op is simple.
- Get four or more deliveries of Door To Door Organics boxes to the same location (at the school or a parent’s home).
- Every week that four or more deliveries are made, Door To Door Organics will donate 10% of the order back to the school.
- Checks are sent monthly to the school/PTA.
- No need to track orders or money because all ordering/paying is done through the Door-To-Door Organics website.
- Minimum amout an active co-op can raise is $20.90 per month (with four active members receiving the bitty box every other week).
“St. Paul’s Coop’s experience with Door-to-Door has been extraordinary. The local team has worked well with us and provides us a great product. All this while raising money for our school in Haiti. A winning program we would recommend highly.” – Stan Runnels, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Day School
I love the fact that it is turn-key. Requires no extra effort to track orders or collect money. And promotes healthy eating. Win-Win-Win.
So if you are tired of pushing knick-knacks and unsavory food for your fundraising programs, look in to the Door To Door School Fundraising Program and have them present to your local school or PTA.
Disclosure: Door To Door Organics is a sponsor of Kansas City Mamas and the “How To Eat Organic On A Budget” class. However, the written remarks and opinions are entirely my own. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.