Category: Fundraising Ideas

Hosting a school fundraiser can be overwhelming with all the different choices and options that are out there. We’ve made it easy and listed our top twenty easy school fundraising ideas all in one place for you. These will help make your fundraising events more…

If you’re a teacher, student, or a member of a group, team, or organization you know that fundraising can be challenging. Here at Fun Pasta Fundraising, we’ve worked with hundreds of different organizations and schools so we are confident that we can provide you with…

Fundraising season is here again! It can be a hectic time for leaders, parents and kids alike, but that doesn’t stop it from being fun! Fundraising with Kids 101 provides you with the tools needed to have a successful fundraiser for everyone involved. It’s important…

Last week we shared fundraising tips to help groups use school fundraising incentives to boost participation rates and maximize sales. We believe fundraising can be fun! With that in mind we thought we’d share to top 20 Fundraising incentive ideas for your school group, sports…

By choosing an efficient and profitable fundraising program, setting very specific goals, limiting the amount of fundraisers run annually, and trying something new schools will find that they can reduce fundraising noise and achieve success. And that’s worth talking about 🙂

Great fundraiser kickoff events generate excitement, set the stage for your event and help you increase sales and profits. Here are some great kickoff tips

12 Fundraising Resources on the web that will help your school or non profit meet and exceed their fundraising goals. Need to raise money? We can help.

Elementary School Fundraisers use incentives because they work. Get all your students involved by using proper incentives and social motivation.

5 reasons why Spring Fundraisers are a great way to grow profits for your non profit group or organization. Take advantage and Spring Forward with Fun Pasta.

At one point or another most non-profits experience disappointing results in fundraising. Good leaders and proactive organizations should take a hard look at their Fundraising Programs to see where change is needed.