March Fundraising Ideas

March Fundraising Ideas

Ideas for Your March Fundraising Campaigns

March is the perfect time for fundraising! The weather is getting warmer and it’s time to get busy with Spring events and fundraising campaigns.

March is the time for Bake Sales, Supper Fundraisers, Raffles, Candy Bar Sales, and Scratchcards.  Order-taker fundraisers started in March will be done and products delivered before school ends.

We have listed below 6 ideas for a March fundraiser. Use the links to get more information.

6 Ideas for a March Fundraiser

6 Ideas for March Fundraisers

6 Ideas:

  1. Bake Sale
  2. Supper Fundraiser
  3. Raffle
  4. Candy Bars
  5. Scratch Cards
  6. Order-Takers

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Bake Sales

1. Bake Sales

March is a great time for a Bake Sale. Take advantage of St. Patrick’s Day and other National Food Days in March for a Bake Sale. Members of your group can donate items for your sale. A fun idea would be to get together as a group to bake and decorate St. Patrick’s Day cookies for a St. Patrick’s Day bake sale.

Ideas for Bake Sales:

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Suppers

2. Supper Fundraisers

March is a great time for a supper fundraiser. A Spaghetti Supper is an old stand-by, but we would like to suggest something different. Use National Food Days in March as a guide for your supper food. This gives you a unique twist on the fundraising supper!

Ideas for March Supper Fundraisers:

  • Cold Cuts – National Cold Cuts Day, March 3
  • Meatballs – National Meatballs Day, March 9
  • Taters – National Tater Day, March 31

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Raffles

3. March Raffle

A March Raffle is an easy idea for your club, team, school, or church. Spring Raffle Ideas include: outdoor grill, yard games, Yeti cooler, giant stuffed rabbit, or garden tools. You can also add a raffle to other fundraisers or events you have planned.

Ideas for a March Raffle:

  1. Outdoor Grill
  2. Yard Game
  3. Yeti Cooler
  4. Giant Stuffed Rabbit
  5. Garden Tools

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Candy Bars

4. Candy Bars

March is the perfect time for a Candy Bar fundraiser. It’s not so warm that candy bars will melt. Sports teams and school clubs love a candy bar fundraiser. Candy bars are easy to sell. We have two candy bar fundraising products, including Van Wyk Chocolatiers, a high profit fundraiser.

Candy Bar Fundraiser Ideas:

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Scratchcards

5. Scratch & Help Cards

If you want to earn funds fast and easy, try our Scratchcards. These earn up to 90% profit when all dots are scratched and you use the bonus cards. (You receive 10% free bonus cards with every 10 scratchcards ordered.) If you’re looking for something easy to do, that earns lots of profit, this is for you. You can choose the theme of your card and personalize with your team or group name – or – you can customize the card with your own group photo.

Scratchcard Choices:

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Order-Takers

6. Order-Taker Fundraisers

March is the time to start your Spring order-taker fundraisers. This will give you plenty of time to complete your fundraiser and deliver products before school is out for the year. Our suggestions for brochure choices for March are Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Candles, Zap-A-Snack Pizza, and Beef Jerky.

Ideas for Order-Taker Brochures:

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March TO-DO List

Things To-Do in March:

March is the time to plan fundraisers for April. If you’re having a Spring Carnival fundraiser in April (or even in May), now is the time to get the last minute jobs done and start promoting and advertising!

If you’re planning to sell a product, get it ordered now. It might take a week or two to receive your products.

Happy Fundraising!