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5 Fundraising Ideas

Fundraising can be a great way to raise money for a good cause. Whether you’re part of a sports team, organization or students raising money for a field trip or new equipment,  this list of 5 fundraising ideas will help your team stand out from the crowd while having fun during the process.

T-Shirt Fundraisers

A great fundraiser option is to sell t-shirts. In fact, It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved, you get to raise money and promote your cause via merchandise and supporters get an awesome t-shirt in return. Find a fundraising platform, like Bonfire, that allows you to sell t-shirts and even ship the items for you!

Movie Night

Out of all of our fundraising ideas, this one’s especially awesome for school fundraisers. Additionally, you have options. Host a theatre night at your local theatre or school! Pick an appropriate movie, make sure that it is popular and will be enjoyed by many. Set up a projector on a big wall and invite family, friends and community members for a fun outdoor movie night. Plus, you can make extra money by selling popcorn, candy and drinks to attendees.

Fundraisers at Get Air 

Host your fundraiser at a trampoline park, the ultimate way to step up your fundraising game! Invite friends, family and community members for a fun night of jumping, perfect for crowds of all ages. Your school, troop, team or organization can earn 20% of the night’s jump time sales when hosting a fundraising night at one of our trampoline parks. For more information on how to host a fundraiser at your local Get Air, email us.

Hot Dog Day

Sell coupons for $1 to $5 dollars that can be redeemed for hot dogs, pizza, burgers, french fries, or whatever delicious meal you want! Serve the meals at school, your organization or in a house. Everyone enjoys a good “junk food” treat day, especially kids!

Trivia Night

Host a trivia night full of fun and challenging questions. All you need is a project or a screen! You can even make it themed on a popular topic that attracts loads of people, like Friends, Harry Potter, Netflix, Disney, pop music, etc. For schools, get all the students involved. Charge a small fee for each team that registers and you can make some extra money by selling snacks and drinks during the event.