Baseball Fundraisers – Learn About 18 Ways to Raise Money
You do not need to be Babe Ruth or Mickey Mantle to hit a home run with these youth baseball fundraisers ideas.
Your local youth team or school team needs to raise money and we have plenty of easy baseball fundraising ideas for you to try.
Just as you count on consistent singles and doubles to help you win a baseball game, so you also need to consistently raise money through the baseball season and school year with sports team fundraisers that actually work.
Whether it is Pee Wee league, Junior baseball, Youth baseball, Little league, or high school baseball—Our school team fundraising ideas are sure to help you raise funds for your team.
Finally, the only way to strike out and lose the ball game is to never get started.
So, grab your bat, glove and ball and let’s play baseball fundraisers.
Our 3 Top Youth Baseball Fundraisers…
Did you know why softball and baseball teams love this winter fundraiser? It allows you to raise money before spring training starts! This gift catalog has something for everyone. Additionally, there are nice holiday gifts for everyone in your family. You will find all kinds of wrapping paper, ribbons and bows for every different taste. Your ball team can help pay for their trip to the playoffs or the World Series because you can earn up to 50% on each sale.
Why do school ball teams love our popcorn fundraising brochure? First of all, everyone loves popcorn as a snack. Your customers will love the amazing variety including: Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Corn, Spicy Chicago Style Popcorn, Gourmet Caramel Corn, Hokey Pokey with Chocolate and much more. Furthermore, at only $8 your friends and family can afford to help your ball players get to the play offs.
This snack fundraiser is a homerun with youth baseball leagues all over the country. Your friends and family will enjoy amazing snacks like: Peanut Squares, Chocolate Covered Almonds, Chocolate Covered Pretzels, Sweet n’ Crunchy Trail Mix, and much more. Furthermore, this sells for only $8. Finally, your ball team can earn up to 50% on each sale. How does that sound to you?
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18 Easy Youth Baseball Fundraising Ideas
Ready for more ways to raise the most money for baseball?
Take out your paper and pen and let’s get started. Learn how to raise money for youth teams the fun and easy way.
1. Home run derby.
Get sponsorships to sponsor you for every home run you hit during this baseball fundraising tournament.
2. Friendly baseball game with the students playing against the teachers
This will not only be a hoot, it will also raise a lot of money for your school team. Remember to sell refreshments at the concession stand also.
3. Cookie dough fundraisers for baseball teams
Imagine earning up to 50% profit on every 2 pound tub of cookie dough your team sells. There are plenty of delicious flavors to choose from.
Is it expensive? Not at all! Your friends and family will think 2 pounds of gourmet cookie dough for only $10 is a steal!
Call us to see how you can raise money selling cookie dough.
4. Find Sponsors to steal home plate.
Speaking of stealing…
What if you found local businesses willing to sponsor you if you steal home plate during a game? This is not an easy thing to do. That is why they may be willing to take you up on your challenge.
An alternative could be to find sponsors for every home run you hit while playing at your home field. Why would they do this? It is because you will announce the name of their business after every home-run your team hits!
5. Sell baseball photos.
Hire a local photographer to take action shots of your ball players. You can also take team pictures. Be sure to get a few action shots as these will probably be the most popular for your ball players to buy.
Furthermore, you can have your team players bid on placing their action baseball photo in the yearbook this year.
6. Baseball dinner fundraiser
After nine innings of baseball, your entire team will be hungry.
So, why not invite the ball players and their families out to dinner after the big game? Team up with a local restaurant in your neighborhood that wants to play ball with you.
They can be the official restaurant for your baseball team. Ask them to pay you a percentage for all the business you generate during your baseball dinner fundraiser.
7. Popcorn fundraiser for baseball teams.
The only thing more American than baseball is popcorn. It is a favorite snack for young and old alike.
Your baseball team earns up to a 50% profit on every bag of $8 popcorn sold. That means up to $4.00 per sale goes into your baseball uniform pocket!
You’ll be happy to know our popcorn fundraiser is 100% risk free to get started. Call to learn how to get started for free.
8. Baseball booster bake sale.
I bet there are lots of great bakers among the many ball player’s moms that support your booster club.
Once a year hold a baseball booster bake sale. Young ball players love to eat homemade goods so you might as well sell them at your school.
This is an easy way to raise money for your school team because homemade goodies always taste better than store bought items. Ask the pitcher, first baseman or the catcher and they will agree!
9. Sell baseball autographs.
Have the players on your baseball team write letters to all of their favorite professional major-league baseball players asking for a free autograph. Once you have the autographs, you can mat and frame them so they look professional.
Additionally, you can take photos of these and post them on Instagram and Facebook.
And finally, advertise your baseball autograph fundraiser. The highest bidder wins the pro autograph of their choice!
10. The baseball equipment fundraiser.
Set up an affiliate account on Amazon.com. Ask friends and family, as well as the entire school team to purchase all of their baseball equipment through your affiliate link. Your baseball team will earn up to 6% profit on every sale. This may not sound like a lot at first, however, this is free money for your school baseball program.
By the way, you will also make a commission on anything else your friends and family purchase on Amazon in the next 24 hours following their shopping visit.
11. Baseball team car wash.
Get everyone on board to help wash cars, vans and trucks on a Saturday afternoon. This can be a weekly fundraising event during the spring.
Be sure to ask all of your customers to tell their friends so they will send you some business because referrals can help you raise even more money.
12. Sell wrapping paper for profitable youth baseball fundraisers
Since your friends and family will be buying wrapping paper, bows, ribbons and gifts this holiday season, you might as well have a wrapping paper fundraiser for your sports team.
Your team gets free catalogs displaying dozens of beautiful wrapping paper designs and gifts. In addition, your team earns up to a 50% profit on every sale.
Finally, know that this is our most popular school team fundraiser each year. So, take this seriously!
13. Rival baseball game fundraiser.
In this twist on the baseball fundraiser you can play your arch rival team. Together you can choose a local nonprofit organization to raise money for. This not only builds community spirit, but it will introduce your young baseball players to the joy of helping out a good cause in your neighborhood.
14. Coffee anyone?
This is self explanatory.
Sell gourmet coffee and watch the money roll in. Your team earns 40% on every sale.
Your friends and family will be buying coffee in the next few weeks. They can either buy it at the store or from you. So why not ask them to support your baseball team fundraiser? Simply show them the brochure and let them choose from the many delicious coffee flavors. They can also buy it by the bag or in the single use cup size.
15. Baseball team yard sale.
The big sellers at yard sales are toys, tools, movies, music and sports equipment.
Maybe it’s time to get all of your old bats, helmets and baseball mitts out of the garage and into the front yard!
Furthermore, be sure to advertise this on Facebook, Craigslist, as well as handing out flyers because the more people that show up to your garage sale, the more money you will earn.
16. Spring training fundraiser
We have the perfect spring fundraiser brochure to help your team raise money for spring training, new sports equipment and travel expenses to play in the championship.
The brochure has snacks, flower bulbs and seeds to make anyone’s backyard look simply amazing!
This is a profitable baseball fundraiser because your team earns up to a 50% profit on each sale.
Call us to learn more about this game winning brochure.
17. Baseball jersey fundraiser
Simply sell baseball tee shirts and jerseys with your school team logo on it. This can be a very popular way to make money for any baseball team.
Remember to also contact former alumni with this event.
18. Baseball tickets and dinner for four auction.
Why not auction off baseball tickets to your local pro team, along with free parking and dinner for four?
The highest bidder wins this baseball game auction fundraiser.
In addition, you should advertise this greatly on Facebook, Instagram, as well as your favorite social media site. This is important because you want the most bidders to show up.
In conclusion, here at fundraisingzone.com we have dozens of fundraising items to help your baseball team earn the most money.
All of our programs require no up front costs to leagues, schools and booster clubs.
We provide you everything you need to succeed.
- Free brochures and catalogs.
- In addition, you get free custom parent letters.
- Furthermore, you get free shipping when you meet the minimum order.
- And finally, you get free fundraiser coaching for your team.
We invite you to call us with any questions you may have.
We would love to share our easy youth baseball fundraiser ideas with you.