Fundraisers That Smell Good: Candles, Smencils
How About a Fundraiser That Smells Good?
Candles are a fundraising faithful, and have been a popular fundraising choice for many years. Candles are useful and smell wonderful, so sales will always be good. We have several choices: Earth Collection Hourglass Tumbers and Canning Jars, by Heritage Candles, by the case and by order-taker. And, also the Homefront Candles order-taker fundraiser.
Smencils and Smens are a unique idea for fundraising, and smell good, too! Made from recycled paper, these are considered a “green fundraiser”. Plus, we’ve just added Crayola Silly Scents and Crayola Scented Gel Crayons. We also have scented erasers. Lots of great smell ideas!
Any of these are a great idea for schools, school clubs, or churches.
Fundraising Ideas That Smell Good!
Smencils & Smens
Candle Order-Taker Fundraisers
Scented School Supplies
Scented Fundraising Product Choices:
Earth Canning Jar Candles – by Heritage. A mainstay of fundraising for years. Many gourmet scent choices. Gift Box included.
Earth Hourglass Candles – by Heritage. Beautiful shape for decorating or gifts. Premium scents. Gift box includes.
Earth Collection Order-Taker Fundraiser – Includes the Earth Canning Jar and Hourglass tumbler candles in a pre-sell, no risk fundraising brochure.
Homefront Candles Order-Taker Fundraiser – Candle Tri-Packs. Earn 50% profit.
Smencils – are scented pencils, made of recycled paper and gourmet scents. The perfect idea for a school or PTO/PTA fundraiser. These are available in several styles and themes.
Smens – are scented pens, great for school fundraisers. Available in glitter, tri-color, and neon gel with scented grippers.
Sketch & Sniff Gel Crayons – Fun idea for a school club. Yummy scented gel crayons.
Scented Key Chains – Students will love these cute scented key chains. They can choose their favorite character.
Always tell your customers:
- WHO you are (your name and your group name)
- WHAT you are selling
- WHY you are fundraising
- Say Thank You!
- Never sell door-to-door in an unfamiliar neighborhood