Your soccer team, at one point or another, is going to need money for uniforms, traveling expenses, etc. Raising money is easy if you are selling a product that people actually want or will use. Who doesnít like or wear sandals?
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We can imprint your teamís name and colors on our sandals. Besides raising money you're promoting your team as well. Professional sports teams know the benefits of putting their logo on items of clothing and your sports team can benefit from this professional experience.
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Helpful Tips to make your next Soccer Fundraiser a Success!
Select an Objective:
What exactly is the fundraiser for? New travel expenses, uniforms,etc.? Make sure you have a clear idea of what the funds will be used for.
Select a Financial Goal:
What is the fundraiserís financial goal? Create a poster and write the dollar amount you need to raise. Put the poster up where your soccer team will see it. Having a visual aid will motivate the group and keep you focused.
Check your Calendar:
Check your community calendar to ensure your fundraiser isnít scheduled during other community activities that could take business away from your fundraiser. (I.e. county fairs, farmers market, parades, etc.) However, do check to see if your fundraiser may participate in some of these activities. Itís a good way to get exposure to a large audience.
Set a Deadline:
Your soccer fundraising event should run a maximum length of 2-3 weeks. Keeping the fundraiser short will keep your participants interested, motivated and on track. Put your deadline date next to the financial goal on your poster.
The more the merrier. With everyone participating in the fundraiser will allow members of the group to take breaks, get lunch and snacks, and run errands for any needed supplies without leaving the fundraiser booth unattended.
Elect someone to be the treasurer that will handle the responsibility of keeping the money secure and making the deposits to a bank. Deposits should be done in a timely manner. Always keep the money under lock and key.
We are not sales tax authorities. However, most states allow products to be sold for fundraisers without having to collect sales tax. We suggest you check with your local authorities if you have any other questions pertaining to sales tax.
Publicize Your Fundraiser:
Get the word out. Be sure you have a statement prepared to give to the media with all the details of your fundraiser. What is it for? Where will it be? When will it be? What will you be selling? Contact the following media in your area:
- Local papers, radio stations and TV news stations
- Spread the word to family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors
- Decorate your town with posters and flyers
- Mention it in your school or club newsletters
- Post it to your schoolís web site
- Post it to your team's Facebook Account
- Don't forget to mention it on Twitter.