Fundraising

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  • Shanda Anderson Posted January 24, 2019 4:35 pm

    Easter fundraising for Scobey Softball. We did Valentines day last year. If you could email us some information for Easter, that would be great.

    Thanks so much!
    Shanda

    • sinfullysweetapplecompany Posted January 24, 2019 6:09 pm

      Hi Shanda, I have responded to you via email. Thank you for choosing Sinfully Sweet for your fundraising needs.

  • Melanie Montgomery Posted January 25, 2019 6:34 pm

    I’m interested in finding out the profit we could potentially make on apples etc. I would like to have this fundraiser asap. Maybe to pass out for Valentines day timeline.

    Nogales High School HOSA Club

    • sinfullysweetapplecompany Posted January 25, 2019 9:10 pm

      Hi Melanie,

      The profit is something you decide. The apples cost you $5.35 each. Most organizations sell them for $8.00 which is about a 35% profit. Just keep in mind your demographics and do not over price the apples. Make your money in volume not per apple. So if you priced them at $10.00 each you would probably only sell 50 apples and make $232.50 profit. Where if you sold them at $8.00 and made $2.65 profit and sold 500 your profit would be $1,325.00.

  • Nicole Ritchie Posted February 10, 2019 8:33 pm

    Looking to fundraise for our school prom using your company because another class a couple of years ago used your company. Could you please send an email with your information about fundraising? We’d certainly appreciate it! Thanks!!

    • sinfullysweetapplecompany Posted February 11, 2019 11:48 pm

      Thank you for inquiring about fundraising with Sinfully Sweet. Here’s how it works:

      The apples cost you $5.35 per apple, if you are local to us. If not, please let me know so I can let you know about shipping. You determine your selling price depending on your demographics. Most organizations choose to sell the apples for $8.35. That’s a $3.00 profit, per apple to your organization. Please when deciding your selling price, make your profit up in the quantity you sell not the individual pricing per apple. If you sell them at to high of a cost you will not sell very many and your profit will be low. If you sell at a lower price then you will sell much more of them and your profit will be higher.

      Once you have decided the selling price you let me know, I put that price on your brochures. I send you a PDF of the brochure ready for printing. The brochures are double sided and in color with a description of each apple and the order form is on the back. The apples are sold for a per-determined period which is agreed between you and Sinfully Sweet. Once your selling period is over, you collect the order forms, tallie the numbers by kind of apples and send me an email with your totals. Such as how many Cookies N Cream, how many Snickers are sold. My staff then makes your order especially for you from your email.

      Important things for a successful fundraiser. What is your selling price, what date will you email in your order and most importantly, we need time to make your order. So from the time you email in your order we need 10 days to turn your order around and have it ready for you. So please keep in mind the time to make the apples when choosing when you will need your order ready. Finally, payment must be in the form of a cashiers check or cash. We do not take credit cards or personal checks on fundraisers,

      If you have any additional questions, please let me know.

      • Nicole Ritchie Posted February 13, 2019 12:42 pm

        I probably should have clarified about my question with shipping that the shipping will be to Hindman, Kentucky 41822. And is there a minimum amount that needs to be sold? Thanks so much for the info!

        • sinfullysweetapplecompany Posted February 14, 2019 6:11 pm

          Hi Nicole,

          There is no minimum amount to be sold. The cost of the apples are $6.35 each which includes the cost of shipping. Here is my email address, [email protected].

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