Fun Ways to Fundraise in the Summer

Fannie May ChocolatesKnow a school that could use some help raising funds for its students? Want to donate a little something extra to your church or a charity? If you’re looking for a fun way to raise some money for a good cause this summer, show your friends and family how sweet giving can be: Team up with Fannie May Chocolates to start the ultimate sunny-day fundraiser!

The Fannie May Fundraising Program gives you two great options to support the organization of your choice. With the Chocolate Bar Program, you can make a whopping 50% profit when you sell the unforgettably indulgent Fannie May chocolate bars. You can pick from any or all of these five rich milk chocolate flavors: classic, peanut butter, caramel, roasted almonds, and crisped rice. For just $1 per mouthwatering bar, your friends and family members will be lining up to contribute to your charity benefit … and enjoy some out-of-this-world chocolate! Here’s a sneak peek at how much money you could raise when you sign up for the Chocolate Bar Program:

Potential Earnings for Fannie May Chocolate Fundraising Program

If you want to give your donators the choice to pick and buy their chocolates themselves while still supporting your fundraiser, try the Gift Card Program instead! Our fundraising gift cards come in $5, $10 and $20 amounts, and they can be redeemed online or at any Fannie May store. Plus, your family and friends will love the fact that they can use their gift cards any time of the year! Here’s how the Gift Card program can help you make a 30% profit for your next big fundraising event:

Potential Earnings for Fannie May Gift Card Fundraising Program

Have a fundraiser coming up this summer? Tells us all about your cause!

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