Lollipop fundraisers are one of the most popular fundraisers used by groups for the longest time. They are very popular, easy and straightforward, which make them a favorite for all fundraising organizers. The best thing about these lollipops are that you’re able to keep lots of inventory without having to worry about it going bad. If you pay in advance, you can sell the lollipops throughout the entire year, scheduling sale drives strategically throughout the year.

Moreover, since they are delivered right to you, you don’t have to worry about order forms, delivering them to people, or deal with any of the hassle and headaches that other fundraisers can potentially cause.

With also a plethora of different flavors to choose from, selling them to customers is even easier than before. Flavors can range from the really sweet, to the extra sour, with different colors to booth!

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Posted on 25 August 2010

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  1. Rob Hampson says:

    Lollipops are one of the simplest, yet successful, fundraisers that anyone could run! The fact that they are a cheap and also popular product makes them a great fundraising idea to use.

    I think that they can also be very useful as an add-on fundraiser. For example if you are running a cookie dough fundraiser with your cookie dough packs selling at $10 each. You may find people who are uninterested in buying the cookie dough or who don’t want to spend that much money to help you raise funds! But they may be interested in buying a lollipop and it’s definitely cheap enough to get most people to hep out!

    So by having that extra cheaper option for people to buy in your fundraiser will help increase your positive results and profits. You will obviously raise more funds per sale on your cookie dough but the lollipops will help make you funds off more people who you otherwise would not of raised anything from!

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