Check out our holiday schedule to make sure you get your gift cards in time for the holidays! For groups, the last order processing date of 2019 is Wednesday, December 18th, 2019. Read more for recommended last order dates for supporters.
Halloween is a fun (and spooky) holiday that both children and adults alike enjoy! It’s also a great occasion to help you raise more funds with your FundScrip campaign by using gift cards to prepare for the Halloween festivities properly.
So you’ve discovered FundScrip and all of the advantages that gift card fundraising offers. Now you have to convince your group to buy into your campaign! We have a few solutions to help you with that.
We love following the Weighty Matters blog where Ottawa-based physician, professor, and author, Yoni Freedhoff, takes a look at nutrition, health, diet, science, fitness, and other excellent health advice and interesting musings. One of the topics that has been regularly highlighted on the blog are the various junk food fundraisers that are often promoted, ironically, in conjunction with ostensibly healthy activities.
A few months ago, we launched a new feature called Public Campaign Pages that allows your group to easily share its story with prospective supporters. As part of that launch, we ran a little contest and chose the 10 best Public Campaign Pages that have were published before September 6th, 2019. Here are the winning Public Campaign Pages!
Fall is in full swing, and retailers are rolling out their seasonal collections, and with the cold temperatures that are coming, we’re happy they are! To appreciate and take advantage of this fall season, and to also maximize the use of gift cards, let yourself be tempted by these fall suggestions from our retailers.
Here are the October 2019 promotions! Beginning on October 1st until October 31 before 9:30 AM ET, we're offering supporters earnings increases to a few of our retailers: Shell, Giant Tiger & Red Robin Burgers.
As a parent, it’s normal to wish your children to develop through sport. Exchanging, working together, sharing... so many values around a common passion. But at some point you have to face the fact that this passion for sports comes with a cost. In many cases, you’ll consider obvious expenses such as equipment or registration fees. But there are also training camps, tournaments, travels, fuel and meal expenses. A family can easily spend more than $5,000 a year to support their children's activities. What solutions can you adopt to support your children through sport, while controlling your budget?