Developing a Fundraising Plan



          Boy Scouts of America
Play Hard – 2007 Boulder Lake




                       Some of the gang.
Play Hard – 2007 Deschutes
Play Hard – 2007 Deschutes


                         Hanging On!




   Finished 100 miles!
A Few of Troop 61 Scouts & Alumni




Brian Wood, Chris Mortensen, David Sorenson, Colin Mansfield,
     Kevan Hyde, Matt ...
Play Hard – 2007 Willow Creek




                   Knot Tying Competition




     2nd Place
Play Hard – 2007 Horsethief
Fundraising – It’s about the…
   Scouts
   Band
   Cheerleaders
   …what do these groups
    care about…what are the
 ...
Types of Fundraisers
   Fundraising Coffee Sales
   Annual Pancake Breakfast
   Papa Murphy Pizza Cards
   Car Washes
...
Fundraisers – Not All Are Equal
 Events (car wash,
  concession sales) tend to be
  lots of people, lots of work –
  litt...
Boy Scouts Troop 61
 $100 annual dues
     Re-charter
     Gas
     Awards
     Camp fees
 Provide opportunity for s...
Coffee Program
 Staple item
 Private label
 Develop customer base
 Repeatable
 Good quality
 Fair profit
 Great par...
Coffee Go to Market
 Sell to family, friends,
  neighbors
 Build customer list – 10
  sales each month funds
  Scout pro...
Keys for Success
 Make it easy
 Make it fun
 Script the activities
 Keep good records
 Deliver on time
 Repeat
*Reco...
Make It a Partnership

             Building leaders that will
             serve their families and
             communit...
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  • Troop 61 - Dwight Pond Fundraising Success Tips

    1. 1. Developing a Fundraising Plan Boy Scouts of America
    2. 2. Play Hard – 2007 Boulder Lake Some of the gang.
    3. 3. Play Hard – 2007 Deschutes
    4. 4. Play Hard – 2007 Deschutes Hanging On! Finished 100 miles!
    5. 5. A Few of Troop 61 Scouts & Alumni Brian Wood, Chris Mortensen, David Sorenson, Colin Mansfield, Kevan Hyde, Matt Shields, Matthew Pond, Kevin Pond
    6. 6. Play Hard – 2007 Willow Creek Knot Tying Competition 2nd Place
    7. 7. Play Hard – 2007 Horsethief
    8. 8. Fundraising – It’s about the…  Scouts  Band  Cheerleaders  …what do these groups care about…what are the goals?
    9. 9. Types of Fundraisers  Fundraising Coffee Sales  Annual Pancake Breakfast  Papa Murphy Pizza Cards  Car Washes  Concession Sales  Christmas Trees  Popcorn  Girl Scout Cookies  Flag Service *Typically breakdown to selling something door to door or hosting an event.
    10. 10. Fundraisers – Not All Are Equal  Events (car wash, concession sales) tend to be lots of people, lots of work – little profit  Selling (coffee, pizza cards) tend to be individually based, good profit – requires drive and initiative *Find ways to make fundraising fun and profitable.
    11. 11. Boy Scouts Troop 61  $100 annual dues  Re-charter  Gas  Awards  Camp fees  Provide opportunity for self-funding  Coffee  Pizza Cards  Annual Pancake Breakfast
    12. 12. Coffee Program  Staple item  Private label  Develop customer base  Repeatable  Good quality  Fair profit  Great partnership *Some use coffee as an event
    13. 13. Coffee Go to Market  Sell to family, friends, neighbors  Build customer list – 10 sales each month funds Scout program  Price against local markets  Sell, order, deliver, and follow-up
    14. 14. Keys for Success  Make it easy  Make it fun  Script the activities  Keep good records  Deliver on time  Repeat *Recommendation: be involved in the first one for a successful launch.
    15. 15. Make It a Partnership Building leaders that will serve their families and communities.

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