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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Packaging your group’s orders. Once your order is received you will need to have a location for your volunteers to split cases and bag everything into smaller packages for individual orders. Rancho Vignola offers bags and twist ties for purchase; you will also need to rent a scale or two, and have a couple of scoops and "dumping bins" available (large plastic containers to empty your full cases into – e.g. a Rubbermaid container with a flat bottom – for easier packaging). Ideally your packaging area would be a large, clean room with lots of counter space, plug-ins and access to water (although it could be somebody's kitchen!). If you are a fundraising group selling to your own members, you are not bound by any food safety regulations – however, when packaging it's important to be scrupulously clean and to ensure everyone's hair is covered. Packaging is not a hard job and your volunteers will probably have a lot of fun doing it! We can give you more details about packaging upon request.
The student-athlete life and food hacks for a busy schedule
Winter is here and the ski season is kicking off in Canada! I’ve been busy as usual this year with both skiing and school, and can’t wait for the racing to begin. These past few months of training have been pretty incredible. Read more...
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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Packaging your group’s orders. Once your order is received you will need to have a location for your volunteers to split cases and bag everything into smaller packages for individual orders. Rancho Vignola offers bags and twist ties for purchase; you will also need to rent a scale or two, and have a couple of scoops and "dumping bins" available (large plastic containers to empty your full cases into – e.g. a Rubbermaid container with a flat bottom – for easier packaging). Ideally your packaging area would be a large, clean room with lots of counter space, plug-ins and access to water (although it could be somebody's kitchen!). If you are a fundraising group selling to your own members, you are not bound by any food safety regulations – however, when packaging it's important to be scrupulously clean and to ensure everyone's hair is covered. Packaging is not a hard job and your volunteers will probably have a lot of fun doing it! We can give you more details about packaging upon request.