Booster Club Fundraiser Ideas


Booster Club Fundraiser Ideas

Booster Club Fundraisers – Learn How to Raise the Most Money For Your School Team

Just suppose we could help you to raise money for your school team. Our booster club fundraiser ideas are just the ticket because they are designed to make it as easy as pie for your sports team school club.

What makes our easy booster club fundraising ideas so profitable?

The answer is that we have a proven school athletic program fundraising system.  What do we mean by that?

After 50 years in this industry, we have simplified booster fundraising to 5 simple steps.

Why should you care about that?

Let’s face it, we understand that as parents, you have a lot on your plate already. Don’t you? So why reinvent the wheel all over again to raise money for your club?

Doesn’t it make sense to find a proven system that works for your school team?

Now here is the thing – Success leaves clues.

Because we have helped boosters all over the country to raise money for supplies, equipment and trip expenses we can help you too.

Would you like to see how easy it can be to use our school fundraising ideas?

Try these fun booster club drive ideas this school year

Yes! These will work whether you have a cheer team or a sports team and everything in between, because our booster club drive ideas work.

1. Tournament fundraisers

Think about your school team or school club. Now think of a tournament that you can create that would be lots of fun. With a little creativity you can make a tournament for your school club too.

How can you make money with a tournament?

For instance, you can charge an entry fee, sell refreshments and award prizes too.


2. Advertising

There are local businesses in your community that would love to advertise on your booster club website, newsletter or during your next tournament.

For example, let’s say you have a baseball booster club. Do you have a local sports store in your neighborhood? Do you think they might want to advertise to families that love to play baseball? BINGO!

You are only limited by your creative thinking to find local advertisers. Want a few more ideas? A hungry family will want to go out to eat after a baseball game. Do you think a restaurant might want this extra business?

Baseball playing students like to play in their home back yard. Do you think that some parents might respond to an ad from a local landscaping company? What if they promised to make your backyard grass look like your very own baseball field?

Now the rest is up to you!


3. Host a cook out fundraiser


You want to find hungry people for this school club fundraiser. So, contact a local Sam’s Club or Walmart and ask if you can sell hot dogs and hamburgers outside to raise money for your booster club.

I promise the smell of hot dogs and burgers cooking will attract a lot of hungry customers!


4. Yardwork Fundraisers

There is enough yard work in your neighborhood for your club to raise money all year long with just a little elbow grease. For example, here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Weeding
  • Mowing lawns
  • Raking leaves
  • Shoveling snow

Do you think there might be some people in your community that would be glad to make a donation for your helping with their yard work? Of course there are!

  • Make yard work fliers up. Tell the story why you are having this fundraising event. Then hand them out in your neighborhood.
  • Keep a list of people that want yard work done. This way you can help them next school year too.


5. Booster Club Car Wash


This is a great spring fundraiser for boosters. Wash the dirt, grime and salt stains from this last winter.

  • Advertise this like crazy in your community.
  • Do it in an area that has lots of drive by traffic.
  • Get the students to hold up signs advertising your car wash fundraiser.
  • Offer a FREE car wash to a local influencer in exchange for free advertising. For, example, give a free wash to the local pastor at your church so he encourages everyone to support your school fundraising event.


High School Sports Booster Club Fundraising Ideas

We understand that school administrators cannot be involved in your youth sports booster club organization except approving activities held at the high school. This means that all of the work is on your shoulders which is a big responsibility. That is why we want to help you.

We told you this would be simple.

In fact there are only 5 steps to our system to make these booster club fundraiser ideas work for your school.

  1. First of all, call us for a free consultation. We will help you to select the perfect fundraiser program for your high school.
  2. In addition, your free brochures will be shipped directly to your door. We will also include a custom parent letter to get the student parents on board to support your fundraising event.
  3. Tell everyone about your fundraising program! Use YouTube and Facebook videos. Show pictures on social media sites like Facebook and Instagram too. Remember to email your friends and family
  4. Show the brochures and collect payment on the orders using the signup sheets.
  5. Finally, after you pay for your orders, we will mail them to you asap. In fact you get free shipping when you meet the minimum order.

By now, you might be wondering…

How Do I Know This Fundraiser Will Work For Our Booster Club?

Perhaps that has crossed your mind already.

It’s OK, because we totally understand. In fact, you are not the first person to think this way.

For example, one of our clients, Shelly King of Columbus, SC was concerned just like you. However, notice what she found when she tried our fundraising programs:

“Professional, courteous, and helpful- those are the top 3 words I can find to describe the good people over at I was a little nervous at first because I’m new to fundraising. They really showed us how easy it could be. I recommend them to anyone interested in running a successful fundraiser.”

The best part is that there is no risk for your school because there are no upfront costs to sign up. You only pay for what you sell and since you collect payment in advance, that means your sports booster wins! By the way you can read more success stories here.

What Are the Most Popular Booster Fundraiser Ideas Right Now?

Some of our top sports booster fundraising campaigns are under $10.00. This way it is affordable for all of your friends and family. For example, some our best school fundraising events include:

1- Cookie Dough Tubs

Your customers will love the many flavors that are available for only $10.00 each. Your customer gets 2 lbs. of their favorite cookie dough. That is a deal!

2- Snackin in the USA

Sweet and salty and everything in between. It is no wonder this is a best seller for nonprofit groups, schools and youth groups all over the country. It is a deal for only $7.00 each.

3- Gourmet Popcorn

Once you start eating it you can’t stop because it tastes that good. Don’t be surprised if your customers call you back to reorder more. This sells out quick at only $7.00

4- Gift wrap paper

Let’s face it. Your friends and family buy wrapping paper every year for the holiday season. Doesn’t it make sense that they buy it from your sports booster?

5- Raffle tickets

This is a great idea to COMBINE with your brochure fundraiser. Speak to the local businesses in your neighborhood to see if they are willing to contribute goods or services to hold a silent auction and sell raffle tickets.

These proven youth fundraising programs will help you to raise the money that you will need for your school sports program.

Where do we go from here?

In conclusion, what if we schedule an exploratory call together to find out what your fundraising goals are for your booster club?

Then lets pick a brochure together to help your school sports team reach those goals.

Remember, that we specialize in school fundraising and nonprofit fundraising. That means we have plenty of ideas and tips to share with you when we talk.

Why not call right now? We will share some of our best booster club fundraising ideas with you.

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