PTA fundraising ideas

(102 Posts)
grumpyfrumpy Mon 19-Sep-05 12:37:58

We're looking for something different and have seen the yellow moon website, has anyone got any experience of using them and how much did you actually raise? Any other suggestions for something to do between 'events' are it were, to keep the funds ticking over. Already do book magazines etc.

Lizzy75 Wed 10-Apr-13 11:56:42

At my Primary School we recently did a fundraising chocolate bar activity for Easter. Each child designed the front of their bar, and then the parents ordered however many they wanted. We're only a small school (60 pupils), but raised nearly £100. The company we used was www.NotFlowersAgain.co.uk

Jemima15 Wed 02-Jul-14 13:29:56

EduVoice is a fundraising scheme for schools, charities and community groups. It is a consumer research panel where it's panelists are awarded incentives for taking part in online research for some of the UKs biggest brands, most influential charities and government departments.

Organisations register to EduVoice and are created their own EduVoice Moderator account. They can then recruit individuals to the scheme. These individuals create their own individual EduVoice accounts which are automatically linked to the organisation where they choose what percentage of the incentives they earn are allocated to the organisation. If a donor elects to keep a percentage of the incentives they earn, these are collected in their individual EduVoice account and are redeemable when they reach £15 as either Amazon eVouchers or BACS bank transfers.

EduVoice involves no monetary investment from either the organisations that choose to fundraise with the scheme, or those who sign up to donate. In fact EduVoice may be the only fundraising scheme where donors earn money themselves too. Surveys are quick and easy to do and panelists are not bombarded with emails every day. They can also take part in monthly prize draws and contribute to the EduVoice community.

For more information please visit www.eduvoice.co.uk or get in touch at contact@eduvoice.co.uk

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