Coffee Fundraisers - Coffee Fundraising is a Great Way to Raise Money for Your Group
Coffee is one of the best selling products on the planet. FACT - next to water, coffee is the most common beverage in every household in the USA (2018 data). If you have any doubt walk the streets of nearly any American city and see how many coffee shops you find. There are corners in NYC where people are packed into competing shops coffee across the street from each other buying their favorite coffee, espresso or cappuccino. This is why coffee is one of the perfect fundraising ideas. Coffee Fundraising - An Opportunity Worth A Look * Most American adults drink coffee - so your market is huge * Brand Name Coffee - Grades consistently 95% or higher - Premium Coffee * Our coffee is roasted daily and shipped that afternoon - Guaranteed Fresh * Each 12oz bag makes = about 62 big nine ounce cups of coffee * Our coffee fundraiser costs nothing to start * We DO NOT ARTIFICIALLY RAISE THE PRICE OF THE COFFEE for Fundraisers - Over-inflated pricing is not Fair, it's not honest, and It's not right for your supporters * Supporters purchase a bag once (the funds comes in once) * Supporters purchase a coffee subscription (the funds come in every month) * Average Sale - $52.37/order (money to fundraiser ~ $10.474. If they get a coffee subscription, then $10.474 could come in every month from this 1 supporter). * Imagine what your earning potential can be EVERY MONTH if you have 100, or 1000 supporters! Below we will review the benefits and details of coffee fundraisers. Coffee Fundraisers - Sell Products People Already Buy Coffee is a great way for your group to raise the money it needs by selling a product that people purchase on a regular basis. There are 2 types of coffee fundraisers The Traditional Fundraising Program consists of pre selling coffee using free brochures. We will provide each member of your group a brochure, order form and cash collection envelope. They use those sales materials to take orders and collect payment. At the end of your sale you collect the order forms and cash and then, after tallying the order, you place your bulk coffee order.
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