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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Distribution day. In addition to conducting a fundraising campaign to collect advance orders, some groups also set up a "mini sale" on delivery day. This means they order extras of particular products and have them available for sale on the day everyone comes to pick up their orders. Most groups find it quite easy to sell off extras. In any case, when you tally up all your orders, you will want to try to round them off so that you can purchase mostly full cases rather than the more expensive 5-lb bag size we offer, as obviously you will make more of a profit.
A fundraiser that keeps on growing! We would advise that running your annual campaign in a mostly pre-sold fashion is the safest way to begin, at least for the first year. You can still speculate by bringing in a case or two extra of very popular items such as walnuts or almonds to sell off on distribution day, but it's important that you are not left with too much product after your campaign is over as this will tie up your profit. We hope we have given you enough information to conduct your fundraising campaign but please contact us if you feel there is something we have neglected to address. You could either request advance payment, to be handed in along with the order form at the deadline, or you can have people pay when they pick up. Pre-payment is probably the safest method but requires a little more organizing at the outset of the campaign. Your payment to us is expected before your order can be shipped (for your first order only), so this may necessitate pre-payment from your members.
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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Distribution day. In addition to conducting a fundraising campaign to collect advance orders, some groups also set up a "mini sale" on delivery day. This means they order extras of particular products and have them available for sale on the day everyone comes to pick up their orders. Most groups find it quite easy to sell off extras. In any case, when you tally up all your orders, you will want to try to round them off so that you can purchase mostly full cases rather than the more expensive 5-lb bag size we offer, as obviously you will make more of a profit.
A fundraiser that keeps on growing! We would advise that running your annual campaign in a mostly pre-sold fashion is the safest way to begin, at least for the first year. You can still speculate by bringing in a case or two extra of very popular items such as walnuts or almonds to sell off on distribution day, but it's important that you are not left with too much product after your campaign is over as this will tie up your profit. We hope we have given you enough information to conduct your fundraising campaign but please contact us if you feel there is something we have neglected to address. You could either request advance payment, to be handed in along with the order form at the deadline, or you can have people pay when they pick up. Pre-payment is probably the safest method but requires a little more organizing at the outset of the campaign. Your payment to us is expected before your order can be shipped (for your first order only), so this may necessitate pre-payment from your members.