In this section, we cover school fundraising initiatives and ideas and highlight case studies of some of our great schools.
One of our school fundraising blogs covers 40 great school fundraisers detailing each one. Our Favorites top the list, and next comes High School, Middle School and Elementary School Fundraising lists. New fundraising ideas are included so your school or PTO are seen as a leader.
If you’re looking for elementary school fundraising ideas, you’ll find new fundraisers that you may not have heard of. Parents and the PTA are especially important to young fundraising efforts.Educating through fundraisers and having fun are great bi-products of raising money for elementary schools.
Next up are middle school fundraisers for schools that inspire budding teenagers to step into a new phase. The fun and nurturing for students continues for this age group while keeping the focus on attracting donors.
Unique fundraising ideas for high schools abound with a little less restriction in age. The opportunity to teach students about fundraising itself is great. Topics and themes for high school fundraisers for schools take on more complexity.
Here are a couple of our favorite school fundraising ideas detailed on the blog:
School Fun Runs and Walkathons are of the best fundraising ideas for schools. They encourage physical activity and can be quite lucrative. By adding in a Fun Run theme – such as a color run or superhero race where your students get to dress up, the runs are even more fun.
Student Serve-a-thons are community service projects that also raise money for your school. Each classroom or grade level commits to a project: a neighborhood park or road clean up, school mural project, or window washing and leaf raking for elderly home owners. For the month leading up to the project, students solicit donations for their school from family and friends to support their efforts. Student and classroom donations are easily tallied with our crowdfunding software and top fundraisers are rewarded.