Cookie Dough Fundraisers
5 Reasons Why Cookie Dough is the Fastest Growing School Fundraising Product Print E-mail
1. No Risk!

Cookie dough fundraising through facilitators like eFundraising often have no-risk or low-risk methods of bringing the dream of your cookie dough fundraiser to life. There is no payment up front, and no investment to be made outside of your supporters and team members’ responsibility to turn in the payment for their own purchases. You will only be invoiced for what you order, when you order, and only when you’re ready to order!

2. Free Shipping!

Can you imagine how much it would cost to deliver, for example, 20 cases of cookie dough? For 120 boxes (at 6 per case) the delivery fees would border on over $100 just to mail it to a commercial address, if not for the benefit of free shipping policies. As an example, eFundraising will offer free shipping for 20 cases or more. The best part is that it’s only $4.50 for each case you’re short, in the off chance that 20 is too many... yet another reason cookie dough is a fast growing fundraising opportunity among schools—Schools rarely order fewer than 20 cases. In some schools, 20 cases isn’t even enough for one classroom! A free shipping policy is always one worth taking advantage of and this is trending with many schools today.

3. Up to 55% profit

Cookie dough has a very high profit return among schools for a few key reasons. For one, schools have children and children love cookies! The profit generates itself with that kind of demand. What’s more, the low priced bulk ordering and free shipping services jump start the revenue potentials right from the beginning.

4. Choice and Variety!

Popular cookie dough brands that cater to the Fundraising business, like Otis Spunkmeyer, give their clients the choice and selection to suit the needs of parents, supporters, groups, teams and students with a specific preference for their palate! You might even have the option of pre-portioned ones, meaning they’re oven-ready. If that kind of convenience is what you’re looking for, you won’t need a cookie cutter… not even a spoon! The choice is yours.

5. Getting started is FREE

Most fundraising businesses will give you the ease of addressing all of your inquiries with one telephone call. One call to 1-866-891-0053 will yield free cookie dough fundraising brochures and kits that can be distributed to dozens, even hundreds of members within your campaign. If you don't end up doing the fundraiser, just send the brochures back.

How to start:

Get your free cookie dough fundraiser brochures by calling 1-866-891-0053.

5 Cookie Dough Fundraiser Tips Print E-mail


The mouth-watering aroma of freshly baked cookies is hard to resist, yet busy families rarely have time to make these homemade treats.

Organizations that run a cookie dough fundraiser usually have an easy time finding customers. The tubs of gourmet cookie dough in premeasured, frozen amounts are easy to store, and people love being able to make bakery-style cookies in the comfort of their own homes.

Cookie dough fundraisers are popular for all organizations—from schools to sports teams—and can generate substantial profits. Here are five fundraising tips that will boost your group’s cookie dough sales and raise money for your organization.

1. Assign “teams” of sellers and offer a pizza party or additional incentive to the team that sells the most dough. Most people are naturally competitive, and transforming your fundraiser into a fun challenge will bring out the selling spirit in your group. Keep the teams aware of the other teams’ progress to ensure a friendly competition.

2. Give your sellers a goal well in advance. Calculate the amount your organization wants to raise from the cookie dough sales, and make your group aware of how much they need to sell to raise enough money. Find a fun way to keep track of your sales, and celebrate every time one of your sellers gets a large order. The excitement will be contagious, and your sellers will want to make you proud.

3. Buy tubs or boxes of dough before you begin your fundraiser and sell cookies at school events, malls, and other popular locations. Tell your customers that you plan to hold a fundraiser soon where they can purchase the same cookies, and get their contact information. You’ll spark interest and get people excited about your upcoming fundraiser. You’ll also have an idea of how many tubs to order later.

4. Order a few extra tubs and use them to make cookie samples. Have your sellers carry small cookie pieces with them when they ask people to buy dough. More people might be persuaded to purchase dough if they can taste the cookies ahead of time. Your sellers will also have an easier time talking to customers if they can offer them a sample.

5. If you have extra dough once your fundraiser is over, bake cookies and sell them individually at a well-attended sports game, bake sale, or school function. You could even use a fun cookie cutter to create shapes that remind people of your group. One of the best ways to attract potential customers is to bake the cookies in a small oven near your table. The warm smell of freshly baked cookies will keep them coming back for more.


Start a cookie dough fundraiser today. There is no cost to get started.

Get free cookie dough fundraising brochures by calling 1-866-891-0053 or get information online >>

How to Make Fundraising Cookie Dough Print E-mail
Melissa shows us just how easy it is to make yummy cookies from fundraising cookie dough.
Cookie Dough Fundraising for the Holidays Print E-mail
Cookie dough fundraisers are always a hit leading up to the holiday season. Busy families are happy to have cookie dough on hand to entertain holiday visitors and ease the load when it comes to all of the baking that needs to be done. Find out about cookie dough fundraiser options and holiday delivery deadlines.
Cookie Dough Fundraising - New Prize Program! Print E-mail

Nearly everyone loves cookies, and everyone loves going out for dinner! The fantastic new prize program available from eFundraising and brings both of these things together.

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