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Pre-paid phone cards, the ideal, on-going fund raising program offers 50% to the organization

Recent events have caused more organizations to look at fund raising projects for their much-needed financial support. Many schools are faced with budget cuts that may cause some programs to be reduced or cancelled. Food banks across the country are running on empty. Animal shelters, and other non-profits are seeing a decline in charitable donations. Youth sport teams are finding it difficult to get support from people outside of their immediate family.    

Car washes, bake sales, coupon books, wrapping paper, cookie dough, pop corn, pizza and other high priced fund raising items will only go so far. No matter how worthy the cause, people are only willing to buy so many over priced items to support fundraising projects.

What most fundraisers are looking for is an on-going program that will continue to produce revenue for their projects. They need a fund raising product that is fairly priced, appeals to everyone, and is a consumable product that can be repurchased.

The answer… The Prepaid Phone Card Fundraiser. Prepaid phone cards have been around for years and produce over 5 billion dollars in annual sales. The nation's leading retailers show pre-paid as one of their 10 top items.

At 5 cents a minute, our fundraiser card is priced lower than most of the major retail stores including Wal-Mart. The $12.50 card provides 250 minutes of talk time with no connection fee. The organization can get as much as $6.25 for every $12.50 card they sell. With this extremely competitive rate, people will come back for additional cards, and even buy them for gifts.

For more information on how to get this fundraiser producing results for your organization, please call Robert Balsiger at 972-221-4739 or email to

Learn how you may become a Fundraising Coordinator or Supervisor and make outstanding earnings while you help organizations meet their financial goals.

Robert Balsiger, Director of Public Relations

Phone 972-221-4739


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