When you want to make a difference at your high school by doing something good for other people, you may have decided that holding a fundraising event is the best way to go. After all, it is a great way to raise money for the school or an outside charity, while also getting all of the students involved in working together.

School Fundraising can be a lot of fun when executed correctly, and doesn’t have to be a chore to pull off if you have a team of willing helpers to aid you in making the best event. But before you get started you will have to decide on exactly what type of fundraising event you are going to hold.

One particular event that you may like to go with is a healthy fundraiser. Healthy fundraising is becoming more and more popular in schools nowadays, since it promotes healthy eating for young students who may not know all of the facts about food. It can teach them the importance of eating fewer fatty- and carbohydrate-rich foods that are often found in school cafeterias, and also warn them of the dangers involved when people continue to eat an uneven diet.

You may even find that your healthy fundraising idea encourages the school itself to get on board and change the school’s lunch menu for the better. If you pull off a truly memorable event that everybody can be a part of and enjoy, then it is likely you will be making a big difference at your school for the better.

One way to raise money at your healthy fundraising event is by selling products. There are a range of different packages to suit your needs, whether you want to use brochures or fundraising scratch cards to make sales, or you just want the products themselves to sell in cases around the school.

Posted on 14 December 2011

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