2008 Fundraising Calendars – A great fundraiser for schools, sports teams and other groups is selling scenic or custom calendars.
For 2008, fundraising calendars are easier to create than ever. Simply choose digital pictures of your team or group and submit them to your calendar supplier.
Calendar fundraisers are fun!
Things to consider when doing a calendar fund raiser:
- How many could you sell?
- Price ranges
- Profit margins
- Do you want custom or general?
Some suppliers don’t have minumum purchase requirements so if you have a smaller group, look to those companies.
Pricing can vary wildly depending on how colorful or creative you want to be. Typical cost for a calendar for fundraising is about $4-$5.
Calendars sell well at around $10 to $12 for a high quality product. Anytime you can get 50% to 60% profit on a fundraising product, you’ve done very well.
Think about what your potential customers will want in a calendar. If you are selling to only your group, a custom calendar is the way to go because everyone likes to see pictures of themselves! If you are selling to the general public, a calendar with popular scenes is the right choice.
We have hundreds of fundraising advice articles on the best ways to raise funds. Read this article for specific sales tips and this one for including a raffle with your calendar fundraiser.
One supplier we recommend is Falling Leaf Publishing because they have high quality calendars, there are no up front costs, and no minumum purchase is required.
Fundraiser Help advice on doing 2008 fundraising calendars.
Thanks for the fundraising calendar tips!
We’re looking to do one with some custom photos. Any recommendations for a supplier with a quick turnaround time?
Beef Jerky Business would be a good funraising event.