Magazine Fundraising – Online Magazine Fundraisers For Schools
Magazine Fundraising Ideas for
Schools and Non-Profit Groups
Looking for some easy magazine fundraising ideas?
As long as people are buying and reading Time or Sports Illustrated, our online magazine fundraisers for schools program is going to be a proven winner. In fact, we have been helping schools sell magazine subscriptions since 1965.
After 50 years in the business, you learn a thing or two about how to avoid the common mistakes schools make when selling magazines.
Why Choose a Magazine Fundraiser For School?
Actually, it is pretty simple. People buy magazines at the store or newsstand everyday. So, by selling them a magazine subscription to their favorite periodical, you are saving them a lot of money.
Did you know that there is a huge price difference between buying one magazine every month versus getting one of our cheap subscriptions? Furthermore, you can save up to 91% on some of these publications over buying individual issues.
Can you see how this will save your friends and family money? So, your students will be doing them a favor by sharing one of our discount magazine fundraising brochures with them.
Additionally, we have dozens of magazines to choose from. This means there is something for everyone.
Maximize Your Fundraising Profits Up To 40% With Magazine Sales
Your customers are not the only ones that will make money on this fundraiser. Your school wins too! In fact, your school earns up to 40% on all magazine subscriptions it sells.
These magazine subscription fundraisers are great for raising money for dance teams, wrestling, baseball, basketball, band, library & orchestra. In fact they will work for any type of booster club that you support.
Your PTO will love the results you get too because this program for magazine fundraising for schools really works.
“The team went above and beyond our expectations. Bar none, they are the most affordable, easiest, top rated customer service team around. Give them a call if you’re even thinking about hosting a fundraiser.” – John and Cherie from Atlanta
How Does Our Online Magazine Fundraiser Work?
- First, grab your magazine fundraising kit
- When you call 1-800-645-6550 you can order enough magazine subscription catalogs for each of your students.
- Have your students show the brochures to friends, family and neighbors.
- In addition, have mom and dad bring it to work.
- Show it to your doctor, chiropractor and dental office. Remember that they pay for lots of subscriptions each year!
- Furthermore, your customers can buy $10, $20 or $30 vouchers. By the way, they save the most money with a 2-year subscription.
- Collect payment from the magazine vouchers sold.
- Additionally, you can fax your order in to Fundraisingzone.com.
- Finally, remember you can earn up to 40% profit to spend on your school program of choice.
Our Magazine Fundraiser List
- Sports Illustrated
- Sports Illustrated Kids
- Time / Life
- Field & Stream
- Entertainment Weekly
- Cooking Light
- Southern Living
- More titles are in the catalog
Fundraising Should Be Fun – Prize Options
Our magazine fundraisers are also similar to our cookie dough and popcorn programs in that your students can win prizes. The more they sell, the better the prize they can win.
Furthermore, someone can even win an Android tablet, Ipad mini, or a Play Station. Your students will have fun raising money for their school while working hard for these prizes. These prize programs really work because your students will work harder!
Finally, your organization has a choice between using the prize program or earning an additional 2% fee back. This means your group can earn up to 42% on each sale.
FREE Info Kit
In conclusion, we hope you have enjoyed these magazine fundraising ideas.
Okay, so where do we go from here? What makes sense to you?
Why not give us a try & call 1-800-645-6550 now?
Finally, there is no cost and no obligation. Call to get your free info kit. A friendly magazine fundraising expert will answer all of your questions on holding online magazine fundraisers for schools.
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