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New MY SCHOOL SPELL-A-THON fundraiser ready soon

Our new MY SCHOOL SPELL-A-THON will be up and running soon. We are just fine tuning the sponsorship brochures and posters.

Spelling aids in reading, writing and communication, adding so much to one’s life. Learning to write involves learning to spell.

We would like to support you and your school with achieving the best educational outcomes for your students whilst also raising valuable funds for your school.

Depending on the Option you choose and their various inclusions, you will make up to 65-70% clear cash profit with the My School Spell-A-Thon programme and we will supply all of the incentive prizes, support materials and support systems valued at 30-35% to guarantee its success with an educational outcome for your students and as a major school fundraiser.

It is a breeze to set up and run. We suggest your students and their families collect sponsorship donations over a 4 week period.

The My School Spell-A-Thon is easily incorporated into weekly/daily schedules and it can be run at your discretion throughout the year.

We can even provide a WORD LIST and its corresponding sentence application.

There is no cost required up front to commence the fundraiser. Students obtain their sponsorship donations up front from their sponsors. There are absolutely no hidden/extra costs. It is RISK FREE!

THIS IS THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE & COMPLETE SCHOOL FUNDRAISER

Please register your interest here for an Information Pack on the Spell-A-Thon or call our friendly team on 1300 133 022.

 

 

Wishing you a Happy Easter….

 

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Our latest Free Fundraising Ebook is now available – How to Run a Successful Raffle Fundraiser?

Our free Fundraising Ebooks answer questions you may have on several important fundraising subjects.

The latest Ebook is now available, How to Run a Successful Raffle Fundraiser?

You’ll learn important points on how to run a profitable raffle fundraiser, such as:
- The importance of running a raffle
- Choosing the right prizes
- Secret formula for running a raffle
- Helpful tips from the experts
- Why most raffle fundraisers fail?

We invite you to obtain a free copy.
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Planning a Fundraiser! Use our free guide. Part 1

Even though planning a fundraiser is a large job, it is often very straightforward to do. Once you have everything organised to achieve your goal, it will be well-worth your time and effort.  By following this fundraiser planning formula below your fundraising event will have a greater chance of success.

Know your purpose – why are you raising funds?

A fundraiser is often done to raise money for a specific reason. Are you raising money for new sports equipment for your club or new computers for your school? So before planning a fundraiser, you must know why you need to raise money in the first place. From there, you can start formulating your goals and objectives.

Set your goals and objectives

This is a very important step because your goal will lead you on to the next step. Aside from that, it gives you and your team motivation for the project. This is very similar to the “Knowing your purpose” section above. However this is where you decide how much money you need to raise – e.g. are you wanting to add 2 new computers to the school computer lab or 20? Deciding this now makes your planning easier.

Set your budget

When planning a fundraiser you must keep your budget in mind, so consider expenses that you will incur. Your plan should include a detailed spending plan that lists all the costs that will be needed to hold your fundraiser. Remember to include costs before, during and after the fundraiser. 

Determine your target audience

When planning a fundraiser you must also consider your target audience. To maximize involvement, identify who will be attending your event or buying the fundraising products. This is a crucial step when planning a fundraiser to ensure you reach your target.

So who is your target audience? The general public, people in your neighbourhood, or are you focusing on a specific group like school-age children or your clubs fans. Deciding this ahead of time helps with items like advertising your fundraiser.

Fixing your timeline

To make your fundraiser a success, you must schedule the date and times. While organising a fundraiser, it is essential to set a schedule which will guarantee sufficient time for your group, but not so far in the future that people lose interest. Also ensure that you have checked the calendar for other events like holidays and public events that may impact your fundraiser to ensure that there’s no overlapping of activities.

However, if you need any help with this seek advice from seasoned members who have been part of such events in the past. Remember that Australian School and Club Fundraising Specialists has been helping schools, sports clubs and other organizations for over 15 years.

Identify the setup of your fundraiser

In planning a fundraiser you need to make sure you’re organized ahead of time. It should cover all the particulars of the actual fundraiser. For example, you need to know dates, times, products, foods that will be served (if needed), volunteers etc.

Market your fundraiser

Promoting plays a key role in holding a successful and profitable fundraiser. In this case, you need to draw up your marketing strategy plan. The more people that know about your fundraiser, the greater chance it has of being successful and making a profit. There are many different ways to promote your fundraiser – social media (like Facebook and twitter), emails and newsletters are just a few. These marketing platforms are the latest advancement to help create a buzz about your fundraising event.

In you’d like more information or help on planning your next fundraiser, download this e-book now:

Even though planning a fundraiser is a large job, it is often very straightforward to do. Once you have everything organised to achieve your goal, it will be well-worth your time and effort.  By following this fundraiser planning formula below your fundraising event will have a greater chance of success.

Know your purpose – why are you raising funds?

A fundraiser is often done to raise money for a specific reason. Are you raising money for new sports equipment for your club or new computers for your school? So before planning a fundraiser, you must know why you need to raise money in the first place. From there, you can start formulating your goals and objectives.

Set your goals and objectives

This is a very important step because your goal will lead you on to the next step. Aside from that, it gives you and your team motivation for the project. This is very similar to the “Knowing your purpose” section above. However this is where you decide how much money you need to raise – e.g. are you wanting to add 2 new computers to the school computer lab or 20? Deciding this now makes your planning easier.

Set your budget

When planning a fundraiser you must keep your budget in mind, so consider expenses that you will incur. Your plan should include a detailed spending plan that lists all the costs that will be needed to hold your fundraiser. Remember to include costs before, during and after the fundraiser. 

Determine your target audience

When planning a fundraiser you must also consider your target audience. To maximize involvement, identify who will be attending your event or buying the fundraising products. This is a crucial step when planning a fundraiser to ensure you reach your target.

So who is your target audience? The general public, people in your neighbourhood, or are you focusing on a specific group like school-age children or your clubs fans. Deciding this ahead of time helps with items like advertising your fundraiser.

Fixing your timeline

To make your fundraiser a success, you must schedule the date and times. While organising a fundraiser, it is essential to set a schedule which will guarantee sufficient time for your group, but not so far in the future that people lose interest. Also ensure that you have checked the calendar for other events like holidays and public events that may impact your fundraiser to ensure that there’s no overlapping of activities.

However, if you need any help with this seek advice from seasoned members who have been part of such events in the past. Remember that Australian School and Club Fundraising Specialists (Australian Fundraising) has been helping schools, sports clubs and other organizations for over 15 years.

Identify the setup of your fundraiser

In planning a fundraiser you need to make sure you’re organized ahead of time. It should cover all the particulars of the actual fundraiser. For example, you need to know dates, times, products, foods that will be served (if needed), volunteers etc.

Market your fundraiser

Promoting plays a key role in holding a successful and profitable fundraiser. In this case, you need to draw up your marketing strategy plan. The more people that know about your fundraiser, the greater chance it has of being successful and making a profit. There are many different ways to promote your fundraiser – social media (like Facebook and twitter), emails and newsletters are just a few. These marketing platforms are the latest advancement to help create a buzz about your fundraising event.

If you would like more information or help on planning your next fundraiser, download “The Ultimate Australian Fundraising Planning Guide for 2014″ e-book now.  Please also don’t hesitate to phone Australian Fundraising on 1300 133 022.

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Our 2014 Fundraising Programs – it’s all being announced next week

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If you’re looking for fundraising ideas for 2014, please come back to our web site next week when we announce our exciting fundraising plans for 2014. We have new prizes, new products, early booking rewards and a very special promotion for families within the groups running our programs.

What we already have announced are some terrific new varieties for our popular cookie dough fundraising program:

Gluten Free Choc Chunk
Some have described this cookie as better tasting than the original Choc Chunk. This could become our No.1 cookie! And we have made the price very reasonable to ensure affordability.

Lower Fat/Lower Sugar/Lower Salt Choc Chunk
This is genuinely a good tasting cookie. You will be pleasantly surprised. We were!

Caramel Fudge
Caramel flavoured throughout and combined with low fat caramel fudge pieces. A really nice, balanced caramel flavour.

Triple Choc
The Triple Choc is back! Dark choc chunks, white choc chunks and a chocolate syrup. For the real chocolate tragic!

This is a beauty: Doggie Biscuit Dough Treats
You and your children will want to get a pooch just to bake these cheese flavoured Doggie Biscuit Dough Treats. Sampled and overwhelmingly approved by a “focus” group of doggies, including Kailua the leader of the pack, Billy G’s family puppy!

And we’re providing free freight in 1st term!
We’ve also launched our range of gourmet pies and sausage rolls. You have the choice of receiving order forms with cookie dough only or cookie dough and pies. The pies and sausage rolls are currently only available in QLD, NSW and VIC.

We will also make available our support materials that include Ebooks on various types of fundraising, planning calendars, how to run fundraisers.

Please phone our office on 1300 133 022 to order your copy of our 2014 Fundraising Catalogue and order and sponsorship brochures.

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School Fun Run – Early Booking Prizes for 2014

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My School Walk or Run for Fun School Event Fundraiser. 

Early Booking Prizes for 2014. This offer will not be repeated! 

Pre-register before 20 December, 2013 and run anytime in 2014 and receive these great early incentive prizes:

- Receive a $100 Hart Sport gift voucher;

- Go into the draw to win a $5,000 Hart Sport gift voucher;

- Receive our Option 3 program at Option 1 prices. Program includes juice sticks, highest fundraising prize, surprise party and class packing all for free.  We normally charge 40% + GST, but for a limited time only we are offering this program at only 30% + GST, that’s a massive 25% discount.

PRE-REGISTER NOW BY CLICKING HERE 

Also remember you are covered by our 100% Cancellation Guarantee – you can simply cancel the pre-registration/booking if you can’t proceed for any reason with your event next year.

From all the team at Australian Fundraising, we wish you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we look forward to assisting again in 2014.

 

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School Fun Runs and school walk-a-thons. Why do they work?

This is the third in our series of our free school fundraising tips for running a School walk-a-thon and a School Fun Run. We hope they are all useful to you.

A school walk-a-thon or a school fun run is a great fundraising event for several reasons. Firstly, they are a good way to promote health and fitness and provide a great benefit to your school or club. It’s a good profit fundraising idea.

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Fun Runs and Walk-a-thons are great school fundraisers

While there are many fundraising activities to choose from, school walk-a-thons and school fun runs are among the best and most fun. They’re not as hard to organise as you might think. They are highly-profitable and easy to organise. Years ago, participants would pay on a per km basis when joining walk-a-thon and fun run activities. But these days, things have changed when it comes to how the money in a walk-a-thon or fun run activity is raised.

A school walk-a-thon or school fun run is a great fundraising event for several reasons. Firstly, they are a good way to promote health and fitness. There’s often also a bit of friendly competition among the participants. Organising a walk-a-thon or fun run is also a rewarding experience for everyone. Remember they also are very profitable for your school or sports club.

How are the funds raised in a walk-a-thon or fun run? The participants raise funds by collecting money upfront as a sponsorship donation. Remember school walk-a-thon or school fun run fundraising events were done differently years ago. People would pay $/c per lap or kilometre so that the finalization for the event usually extended to 8 or 10 weeks! Exhausting for everyone concerned! By the students collecting their sponsorships up front, all monies are collected by the organiser prior to the event date. Today most fun runs are the school cross country or a walk-a-thon and are done around the school oval. There are also other activities that are part of the walk-a-thon or fun run event to make the event enjoyable and memorable for all, and also to help participants become motivated throughout the event.

Walk-a-thons and fun runs are effective fundraisers because they are very profitable for both schools and clubs. In fact, when you look at the programs of Australian School and Club Fundraising Specialists (AFR), you can get a 70% profit from a walk-a-thon or fun run. So that means if you want to raise a certain amount of money perhaps to refit a new library, build a new playground, or expand a school building, you may want to take a look at how to plan a walk-a-thon or fun run for your school. Apart from the fact that they are highly profitable, they are also a good way to encourage parents, students and teachers to be physically active.

Walk-a-thons vs. Fun Runs

If you’re wondering how a school walk-a-thon is different to a school fun run, well they’re very similar. The main difference is as their names suggest. A walk-a-thon involves walking around the school oval or some other course. Fun runs on the other hand involve running e.g. the school cross country. Both are excellent fundraisers. If you’d like to know which one is better for your school or club, it will depend on how the event is planned and the ideas and thoughts of the planners. From an organization’s point of view, it would be a lot easier to organise a fundraising event in line with the schools cross country than another completely separate event.

How School Walk-a-thons and School Fun Runs Work

Basically, a walk-a-thon or fun run work the same way at raising money. Both walk-a-thons and fun runs involve sponsorship. Each participant or supporter will give a certain monetary donation to support the student. It will be a lump sum donation for the participant to complete the entire course. Of course location will dictate timing. It’s very important to select a date when the weather is usually good.

Walk-a-thons and fun runs are great fundraisers and often very effective in getting many students to participate as they are perfect for all ages. It’s an interesting activity where students, teachers, club members, and parents can bond through a common goal. Many schools in Australia have started their own walk-a-thon and fun run fundraising events and it’s an interesting event that you can organise for your school. Don’t forget sports clubs (kick-a-thon) and child care centres (obstacle-a-thon) can organise the same events – it’s a chance for everyone to help their club and get a little more fit at the same time.

Organising fundraising activities like walk-a-thons and fun runs may sound difficult but they’re not. Once you’ve planned and run your first one (especially with the help of Australian School & Club Fundraising), like other schools, you’ll run them year after year with AFR.

They also offer various other fundraising programs. They have been running a family owned and operated business since 1995. They are one of the most experienced fundraising businesses in Australia. They’re a recognised, nationwide family owned and operated business. Contact them on FREE CALL 1800 657 489 (from a landline) or 07 3279 0140 (from a mobile) and they will answer all of your questions and send information on their fundraising programs. Give them a try – you’ll be happy you did!

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Getting More People to Join Your Walk-a-thon Fundraising Event

This is the second of our free school fundraising tips for running a School walk-a-thon and a School Fun Run. We hope it is informative for you.

Part of your fundraising plan is to find ways to effectively promote the walk-a-thon or fun run. This blog article shows some methods that could help.

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Be a winner with a School Fun Run or Walk-a-thon

Getting More People to Join Your school Walk-a-thon Fundraising Event

A school walk-a-thon or school fun run fundraising event is only as successful as the number of participants. More participants means more profit, but promoting the event and offering the right incentive prizes and in turn obtaining a good number of participants can sometimes be quite a challenge for organisers. So how can you get more people to join your fundraising event?

Promoting Your School Walk-a-thon and School Fun Run

Part of your fundraising plan is to find ways to effectively promote the school walk-a-thon or school fun run. You can do so by creating posters and giving out flyers. You can also speak during the school’s assembly to encourage students and teachers to join. Then, they’ll relay your message to others who are willing to help and join the event too.

Since the best way to promote any type of activity, business, or service is to create an online presence, you can start posting ads on your school’s web site. You can create a fan page or profile using social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to promote your school walk-a-thon or school fun run. Don’t forget to include all the important details such as the date, time, and your goals – the amount you’d like to raise and what it will be spent on.

You may also want to send out newsletters to parents and inform them of the upcoming event. Also highlight your goals and the benefit of the walk-a-thon to the school such as where the money raised will be spent. Also invite friends, colleagues, teachers, and family members through e-mail. Encourage them to support the school’s cause and ask them to spread your message to their friends and family.

Present Your Goals

Another important thing when promoting your fundraising event is to give the participants a reason to support the fundraising event. Talk about what your goals are and what you intend to do with the money raised. For instance, the money will be raised to purchase new sporting equipment, refit a new library, purchase a new playground, expand a classroom, or to buy new air-conditioner’s for the children. In this way, people will clearly see what your intentions are and why it is important for them to support this event and other fundraising events to come.

Prizes

When promoting the fundraising event, make sure to offer great incentives and prizes. A school walk-a-thon or school fun run can be a rewarding experience and giving the participants great incentives or prizes will encourage them to join the event in the first place and maximize the sponsorships they get. Who knows, they might support every single fundraising activity you have over the next few years?

Offer individual prizes to everyone who obtain sponsorships for your event and also a major prize to your highest fundraiser. The more incentives and prizes you present, the more people will join in supporting your fundraising event.

The best place to hold the prize-giving ceremony is during the school’s assembly. It should be done a few days after the successful walk-a-thon or fun run activity. The kids will really be excited and enthusiastic.

Now here’s another tip. You can ask local businesses to donate a prize as the major prizes. The prize can be for the highest fundraiser or the highest fundraising class. You can include their business name and the prize they’ve donated in the school newsletter as a “Thank You”. It will be good publicity for them and because they are donating the prize, it won’t cost your school anything. How cool is that?

Collecting and organising effective individual rewards can be a major task though. If you’re stuck with available time to organise the individual prizes or you think you have too many tasks to complete and too little help, you can find help from a reliable fundraising business. Australian School and Club Fundraising Specialists offer a wide selection of prizes for individuals and also support materials.

They also offer various other fundraising programs. They have been running a family owned and operated business since 1995. They are one of the most experienced fundraising businesses in Australia. They’re a recognised, nationwide family owned and operated business. Contact them on FREE CALL 1800 657 489 (from a landline) or 07 3279 0140 (from a mobile) and they will answer all of your questions and send information on their fundraising programs. Give them a try – you’ll be happy you did!

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How to Develop a School Walk-a-thon and School Fun Run Master Plan

 

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This is the first of our free school fundraising tips for running a School Walk-a-thon and a School Fun Run. We hope it is informative for you.

How to Develop a School Walk-a-thon and School Fun Run Master Plan

A School Walk-a-thon and a School Fun Run are two of the most profitable fundraising ideas available for schools. It is also a healthy fundraiser.

Organising and running a school fun run or school walk-a-thon is not as difficult as you might think. Developing a master plan is the key to a successful fundraising event. You may have organised a not-so-successful walk-a-thon or fun run fundraising event before and you’ve asked yourself, “Where did it go wrong?” Or you may never have organised a school walk-a-thon or school fun run and you’re wondering where to start. Alternatively, you may have organised a successful walk-a-thon or fun run previously and you want to make it even better. Simply, in order for a school walk-a-thon or school fun run to be successful, you need to plan ahead of time.

There are many profitable fundraisers that you can choose from. A walk-a-thon and fun run work well; they’re highly-profitable and easy to organise. They’re one of the most effective and interesting fundraising events for your school, and work well for all school aged students. Make sure you put a school walk-a-thon or school fun run on your fundraising ideas list!

To prepare for the much-awaited fundraising event, think about what kind of event you’d like to run. You should also consider the best possible date for the event and the amount of money that you’d like to raise. You should also plan what to do with the funds that are going to be raised. Will it be used for new sports equipment and for the sport travel budget? Will it be used in outfitting a new library? Or is the money going to be used to buy new air conditioners for the students?

Now just like any fundraising event or fundraiser, a school walk-a-thon or school fun run can’t be planned in one day. To make it easier to plan have an estimate of the amount of money that you would like to get from the event. From this, you can start working towards your goals.

To help you get started, you need to have volunteers. You will need the help of colleagues or the P&C/P&F committee in planning to ensure your event is a success. Remember that one person shouldn’t be doing all the work; it’s not a one-person show. You need to assign people different tasks. Everybody on the committee should agree on the master plan before it’s implemented. This will also ensure that there won’t be major issues on the day of the event itself.

Choosing the Date

Part of the plan is choosing the best possible date that the school walk-a-thon or school fun run should be held. They should be organised for the time that’s best suited for your climate; so naturally your location will dictate the timing. Also make sure that the fundraising event won’t clash with other school activities six weeks before the event. In order to maximize your profit, you need the full commitment of participants, organisers and teachers for this fundraiser.

Recruiting Volunteers and Delegating Tasks

This type of event can’t be organised by a single person. You need to create a committee to assist you in handling the planning and implementing. To do this, you need to find volunteers who are committed to make the fundraising event and fundraiser successful. You can ask parents and teachers to volunteer. To recruit volunteers, promote the event and discuss the benefits of organising a walk-a-thon and fun run for the school and where the money that’s going to be raised should be used. Also discuss the benefits of the walk-a-thon or fun run; it doesn’t only promote fitness but is also a great way to build school spirit. Advising possible volunteers that you only need them for this event will also ensure more support as volunteers understand that they’re only commitment is to the walk-a-thon or fun run and not a full time commitment throughout the remainder of the year.

Paperwork and Prizes

Organising prize incentives for the winners may be time consuming as well. If you and your team don’t have the precious time required to do this job well, you can choose to use a service provider to help organise paperwork and prize incentives for the event.

Australian School and Club Fundraising Specialists (AFR) are one of Australia’s most experienced fundraising businesses. They offer various programs for all types of groups to raise funds. They’ve been in the business of helping schools and groups fundraise since 1995 and their My School Walk or Run For Fun school walk-a-thon or school fun run fundraiser has been assisting schools raise much needed funds since 1999. Let AFR organise the perfect walk-a-thon or  fun run for your school with an extremely high percentage of profit guaranteed. They’re a recognised, nationwide family owned and operated business. Contact them on FREE CALL 1800 657 489 (from a landline) or 07 3279 0140 (from a mobile) and they will answer all of your questions and send information on their fundraising programs. If you’ve planned a date, you can start the process by booking online by clicking here.

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New reliable courier service for Billy G’s Cookie Dough (NSW & VIC)

ashutterstock_130704944sIt is with much excitement that we can announce that we have secured a new courier company for your cookie dough deliveries in Sydney, NSW Central Coast, Newcastle and most of Victoria. They have been doing our deliveries for a couple of months now without a hitch.

They share our common beliefs and values with a focus on providing the best possible service available to customers.

They are a family business, just like us, and they truly care about our customers.  They also own their vehicles and employ their own staff which means they are able to effectively control deliveries. Not only will they deliver the stock when they say they will deliver it, but they also pick your cookie dough order so it will be correct every time.

THE COURIER COMPANY WILL LIAISE DIRECT WITH YOU

The courier company is aware of the issues that our customers face with distributing the frozen cookie dough to members on the day of the delivery and with this in mind they will work with you to arrange the best possible delivery day and time that suits you.  They will make direct contact with you to arrange your delivery which means you will have more control over the delivery process than ever before.

GUARANTEED DELIVERY – NSW

Your order will be guaranteed to be delivered before 10:30am in the Metro region and before 12:00pm in the Central Coast/Newcastle/Blue Mountains Region.  Quite often the deliveries are received around 9:00am – 9:30am in these regions.  The courier can also make arrangements for the stock to be delivered prior to school commencing so that you can hand out the cookie dough when parents drop off their kids at school or kindy/child care.

GUARANTEED DELIVERY – VIC

Your order will be guaranteed to be delivered before 12:00pm.

We are so very happy to have found a reliable distribution company who shares our values which means that your fundraiser with run as smoothly as possible from start to finish.

We still deliver to the rest of Australia and the delivery systems in place for these regions will continue their high level service.

If you ever experience problems with delivery please let us know. Our goal is to offer the highest level of service from booking all the way through to delivery.

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What’s new at Australian Fundraising in 2014?

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We always bring something new for the following year to ensure that our programs remain at the top of the selection list for fundraising programs. We’re making 2014 an exciting year for you – just a few more reasons to pre-register or book early!

New Flavours, Gluten Free, Doggie Dough biscuits

In 2014 we will be introducing exciting new flavours. We can’t give too much away but you will be impressed. We are working on a gluten free cookie and wait for it… a doggie dough! You and your children can bake doggie biscuits for your favourite pooch.

BOOK OR PRE-REGISTER NOW TO BE THE FIRST IN YOUR AREA WITH THESE NEW COOKIES AND BISCUITS AND TO RECEIVE THE EARLY BOOKING/PRE-REGISTRATION PRIZES.

The My School Walk or Run for Fun program  will remain the most profitable school fun run/walk-a-thon fundraising program* available where your school will make up to 70% clear profit. It also will have the most benefits on offer where you receive up to 30% value for prizes and support materials. We will supply new, exciting prizes and new, impactful sponsorship brochures for your students. Plus there is more coming!

We now offer FIVE FAMILY HOLIDAY RAFFLE PACKAGES including our new Sheraton Fiji Resort raffle. There’s one that best suits your group. Everyone loves to win a holiday!

BOOK OR PRE-REGISTER NOW BEFORE OUR COSTS GO UP IN 2014 AND RECEIVE YOUR EARLY BOOKING/PRE-REGISTRATION PRIZES.

Crest Chocolates retain their high level profit of $31.25 per carry pack for 2014! Your choice of $1.00RRP or $2.50RRP fundraising bars. Crest Chocolates Fundraising bars have been around for years.

BOOK OR PRE-REGISTER NOW TO RECEIVE UP TO $600 OF COLES MYER GIFT CARDS OR POSSIBLY AN IPAD

Heard enough? Ready to book. Click here to get started!

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