Preparing Fundraiser Informational Packs
If you are pursuing the Fundraiser Business Opportunity, you should assemble a Group Fundraiser Introduction Opportunity Package.
Here is a list of some things that should be included in each introduction pack to entice a group to book a fundraiser with you.
It's important when assembling this packet to make it look professional.
#1. Your professionally done business card.
(I always include 3 business cards)
#2. A Business introduction letter. Explain who you are, what business you represent, your contact information, your business hours and website address/email address.
#3. Fundraiser Program Introduction Letter.
This letter should thoroughly explain what your fundraiser opportunity is all about. How much does the group earn, how orders are collected, how orders are sorted & delivered, etc.
#4. Group Benefit Letter.
I always include a letter on how the group can benefit from holding a fundraiser. On my group benefit letter I also add in a paragraph of how easy a fundraiser from my business is.
This is your chance to connect with the group on a more personal level. Tell them how this fundraiser program can benefit their group!
example: buy more school supplies, more athletic equiptment, field trips, banquets & parties, awards & trophies etc.
#5. Include 1-2 copies of your current fundraiser catalog.
#6. If you have a brochure about your companies fundraiser program include it.
#7. Incentive Sheet.
If you offer incentives for the groups highest sellers, then include a incentive sheet on what they would earn.
#8. Include 1-3 copies of your fundraiser order form.
Your company business opportunity flyer.
If you make up professional fundraiser opportunity information packs more groups will book fundraisers with you.
Shelly Hill ~ Tupperware Manager
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