Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
As high school budgets are being cut across the country, the ability to maintain a variety of quality extracurricular programs is getting more difficult to fund. While fundraising has always been a part of participation in various student activities, the pressure is on Student Activity Directors to find ways to raise more funds and do it in a tough economy. Traditional fundraisers simply don't seem to work anymore, creating the need for new fundraising ideas that communities will support. BoosterShot has developed unique, high value fundraising programs that will be presented at the Illinois Directors of Student Activities convention this April in Rosemont, Illinois.
The BoosterShot Gift-checkbook fundraising program enables student activities groups to raise a minimum of $7,500 through the sale of a unique, custom to the school checkbook filled with valuable gift-checks from local restaurants and merchants. The Gift-checkbook is comprised of up to 30 same as cash offers (not low value coupons) from local merchants. Supporters respond enthusiastically to purchasing Gift-checkbooks because they are value-laden with local offers. And, merchants like the targeted advertising they receive with no up front costs or risk.
Fundraising consultants from BoosterShot can hep each high school organization determine what's right for their needs and develop a fundraising plan. For a consultation or to request information and samples, contact BoosterShot.
BoosterShot is a premier provider of unique, high value, community-based fundraising programs for schools, youth sports and non-profit organizations. Every fundraising campaign we produce is unique and tailored to meet the specific needs of the fundraising organization while extending reciprocal support to community merchants. Everyone wins with BoosterShot. For more information, visit the BoosterShot website at http://www.goboostershot.com