How can fundraising be simple, easy and fun?

Dalhousie School having fun raising funds for their playground and Calgary Hornets raising funds for equipment, so that no kiddo gets left behind!

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Fundraising Tips & Tricks

Fundraising tips and tricks

  1. Firstly, tell a compelling story: People are more likely to donate when they relate to the cause and understand its impact. Illustrate how a donor’s contribution will make a difference.
  2. Set a clear goal: This gives your team and donors a specific target to aim towards, and it can motivate them to give more.
  3. Show progress: people love seeing how much has been achieved, and will want to join in.
  4. Share: use social media, try short videos as a really powerful tool to spread the word about your cause, share updates, and thank donors. Video doesn’t need to perfect, so enjoy making and sharing these…
  5. Make it easy: The easier it is for people to donate, the more likely they are to give.

Always follow up and say thank you for contributions, appreciation encourages people to give again in the future especially when they see how funds will be used.

Fundraising Checklist

Here is a fundraising checklist to help you plan and execute a successful fundraising campaign:

  1. Define your goal: Set a clear fundraising goal that is clear, measurable, and achievable. We find 3 weeks is the ideal timing and set a bold goal to go for.
  2. Identify your audience: Who is your target audience? It’s ideal to tune messaging and outreach to their interests and motivations.
  3. Choose your fundraising method: For many, an online store is effective, others like mixing that with in-person ‘sales’ to family, friends, colleagues and neighbours.
  4. Create a budget: This should include all costs associated with your fundraising, such as any materials, shipping and promotion costs.
  5. Develop a timeline: Participants, volunteers and donors will all appreciate being clear on timing. People prefer deadlines!
  6. Develop a messaging strategy: Enjoy sharing your message that effectively communicates the value of your cause and why people should support it. Videos are great, and don’t need to be perfect, so have fun making and sharing them.
  7. Promote your fundraiser: social media posts, email, posters all work and reach out to local news too as they always need stories to share
  8. Share progress of your fundraiser and highlight the impact of contributions. People are more likely to donate if they see progress being made towards a goal and deadline.
  9. Track progress: Monitor your progress regularly and adjust your plans where needed to ensure you reach your fundraising goal.
  10. Thank your donors: After your campaign is over, make sure to thank all your donors and let them know the impact of their contributions. Showing gratitude can help build a stronger relationship with your donors and encourage them to give again in the future.

Fundraising tips for kids

  1. Clear and bold goal: This will help kids stay focused and motivated. Encourage them to think about how much they want to raise and how the money be used. Kids love encouragement along the way.
  2. Share the cause: Kids love a cause they are passionate about. This will make fundraising more meaningful and rewarding for them. For example, they will want to raise money for their team, band or group. A sense of ownership is key.
  3. Have a plan: kids may not always say so, yet they love a plan and deadline!!
  4. Use social media: Encourage kids to create a fundraising page and share it on social media. They can also post updates on progress and thank donors. Fundraiser coordinators can provide material for kids to share so the message is consistent and accurate.
  5. Spread the word: Encourage kids to spread the word about their fundraising efforts to family, friends, and neighbors. They can create flyers or posters to hang up in their community or go door-to-door to explain their cause and ‘sell’ goodies.
  6. Say thank you: It’s important for kids to show their appreciation to donors. Encourage them to write thank-you notes or create a video message to express their gratitude.
  7. Stay safe: When fundraising, it’s important for kids to stay safe. Make sure they are supervised and have permission before going door-to-door or participating in any other fundraising activities. Groups of three kids is often encouraged and shows commitment to a cause

Remember – the more fun fundraising is, the more funds are raised. We love how small and mighty teams raise so much for their community. Be bold, and enjoy!

February Fundraising & Sharing Your Fundraiser Success Stories

As the days get longer and the temperatures get warmer, we’re happy to be working out way through February and looking ahead to Spring which is just around the corner!

We’re working hard to get groups set up to run their Spring Planters Fundraiser, which happens to be the best Mother’s Day gift around if you’re looking for one!

This year we’ve partnered with Aspen Greenhouses in Lacombe, AB for this plant fundraiser.

Aspen Greenhouse is a truly family-owned and operated business where Burt and Annelies Vander Vlugt and their two sons pour their hearts into every day. Originally from the Netherlands, Bert and Annelies had an inherent love of plants after growing up surrounded by greenhouses. They arrived in Canada in 1990 with their four sons and in 1993, purchased the land on which their greenhouses are now located.

All their plants are started from seed or unrooted cuttings sourced from around the world. The plants are then carefully looked after until they are sold to independent garden centres, national chain stores, or directly to consumers when their retail outlet opens to the public in the Spring. They will be opening on Monday, April 17th for the 2023 season!

This is the perfect school fundraiser to get students involved in bringing some beauty to their homes and surprise their moms for Mother’s Day! The last day to register for the Spring Planters Fundraiser is February 28th, so make sure you don’t miss out and get in touch with an Indeygo team member today to book your fundraiser!

February is also the time for sharing love, sharing quality time with family, and for us that means sharing successes.

Fundraising is often so much more than just raising money for a school, team, club, or good cause! Fundraising builds leadership skills, strengthens teamwork, brings together the community, and emphasizes the importance of strong communication. This is even more important when we get kids involved in fundraising! So many important life skills can be taught through the values of fundraising.

An important lesson to share with kids while fundraising is sharing the successes of their hard work!

When kids get to see the results of their hard work celebrated, it teaches them important lessons in recognition, confidence, and self-esteem. It also encourages them to work hard again in the future and to inspire others to join them in their efforts.

In the spirit of celebrating successes, we wanted to share a few awesome fundraising success stories from all over Canada!

The first round of applause goes to the 585 students from the McCaig Elementary School in Rosemere, Quebec who raised over $5,000 for their school! Congratulations to all the students, parents, and teachers who participated in the McCaig Elementary School fundraiser!

Next up is the Mahogany School from Calgary, Alberta where 530 students raised $5000 for their school! Funds will be used to purchase school apparel for all the students in the school to wear for the Grand Opening Celebration in March. Being a new school, there is much to celebrate!

Last but certainly not least, we’d like to give a big round of applause to the graduating class of 2024 from the Western Regional School of Nursing! 42 dedicated nursing students sold over 1000 tubs of muffin dough from Corner Brook, Newfoundland! They raised over $7,000 for their Nursing College, and the proceeds of this fundraiser will go towards their graduation celebration in May 2024. We can’t wait to see what these passionate students do in the future and thank them for their dedication to healthcare in Canada!

If you have a fundraising success story to share with us, we’d love to hear from you! Of course, we’re always here to help you with any fundraising products, tips, or tricks you may need help with!

Don’t forget, Indeygo is 100% Canadian-owned and operated, and we’re proud to source over 70% of our ingredients from local or Canadian suppliers! This means you can rest assured that the products you’re selling to friends and family during your fundraiser are sustainable and supportive of Canadian farmers, producers, and distributors.

From cookie and muffin dough to cinnamon and sticky buns, we’ve covered all your sweet treat cravings. Looking for something a little different? Check out our beef jerky or coffee and tea fundraisers! And, of course, we can’t forget about our furry family members, so we’ve even got doggie dough to make your very own treats for your best friend! We only run this fundraiser once a year, so make sure you don’t miss out on our Spring Planter Fundraiser – registration closes on Feb 28th!

Get in touch today to find out how an Indeygo Fundraiser works!

We’ll provide you with order forms, checklists, and structure for how to run a successful fundraiser. Once your fundraiser is complete, and your order forms are filled in, get back in touch with our team so that we can get your fundraising products sent out to you for distribution! We’re committed to making it easy for you to reach your goals and raising money should be simple and fun for volunteers!

Happy New Year: Here’s to a great 2023

We hope you all spent a great holiday season filled with family, friends, and relaxation! We were grateful to spend some great, quality time with family, spend time recharging in the great outdoors, and have come back to work in the New Year feeling refreshed and ready to get going!

We know that the beginning of a new year can be a harsh “back-to-reality” kind of feeling for some, especially if you add planning a fundraiser to your plate. That’s where we come in to help out!

Pick from a wide variety of Indeygo products to ensure your fundraiser is a success!

Our fan-favourite staples like our Cookie Dough, Coffee & Tea, and Cinnamon & Sticky Buns will always be around and ready to make a great fundraiser! With easy-to-follow steps and checklists provided for you and additional support available from the Indeygo team, we’ll get you up and running in no time. 

Also, we’re also only 10 weeks away from spring which means we’re alreay planning our Spring Planters and Herbs fundraisers!

From January 21 to March 21, we’ll take orders for the Spring Planters Fundraisers. Typically flower deliveries are made in early May, just in time for the perfect Mother’s Day gift! We provide a choice of Hanging Baskets, Patio Pots, Bedding Plants, and Herb Mixes to offer a wide variety of plant options. Please note that this fundraiser is only available to Alberta-based customers due to the partnership with Aspen Greenhouse.

If you have any questions or want to sign up for the Spring Planters and Herbs Fundraiser, reach out to our helpful Indeygo team today!

Of course, while we can dream about Spring being right around the corner, we know it’s still only January…

A new year can be a great time to review and reset your goals for the year. Despite clichéd New Year’s Resolutions like eating fewer cookies (which we don’t recommend anyway!) and working out more tend to fall to the wayside by the time the first month of the year is up, there are still a few great ways to go into the New Year with a refreshed sense of motivation, purpose, and enthusiasm!

What’s the best approach for a wholesome New Year’s Resolution?

There are so many to choose from, but we really liked the approach from Alberta Health Services that focuses on mindset. This is something that everyone has the ability to control (or at least try to) and is best described as, “how we view success, failure, wins, and setbacks.”

This year, we encourage everyone to set goals and review their progress with a Growth Mindset. This view means looking at challenges and obstacles as just that, something to work through instead of giving up when faced with. A growth mindset also shifts the perspective on setbacks and failures to be opportunities to prove your resilience, growth, and ability to learn and adapt!

Setting goals with a Growth Mindset can be daunting and seemingly complicated to do with kids. However, there can be a simple way to break this down, starting with:

  • Working together to set goals your kids want to reach, as opposed to goals you’d like to see them achieve as a parent, teacher, or coach. Goals will always be easier to achieve when there is an inherent internal motivation!
  • Start by setting realistic goals. By doing this, setbacks are easier to overcome and less likely to stall progress altogether, ultimately helping kids stay in a Growth Mindset as they work towards achieving their goals.
  • Help kids understand that their limitations are only temporary with the introduction of the word ‘yet’ into your collective vocabulary. While they may feel discouraged at certain times while working towards achieving their goal, reframing that discouragement from “I haven’t done it” to “I haven’t done it yet” can be a crucial shift back into the Growth Mindset.
  • Be open and honest with kids about how and why change happens, and what we can do to be adaptive and still make progress in the face of change.
  • Not if but when setbacks arise, try showing yourself (and demonstrate for your kids) the compassion you would show a friend in the same situation.

A Growth Mindset is something that is important to teach the young ones in our lives. Alberta Health Services has some great resources on making this shift with your kids and as a family, check them out here.

As we look ahead to 2023 and what fundraising might look like, we’re excited to get started! For those who may be a little less enthusiastic about their fundraising objectives this year, don’t worry – that’s why we’re here to help! Get in touch today to get started on the easiest fundraiser you’ll ever coordinate!

Back to School and Back to Fundraising!

September marks an exciting time for everyone, back to routine for parents and back to school for kids! With a backpack full of new school supplies and packed lunches, kids get to see classmates again and get involved in their favourite team sport, after-school club, or other extracurricular activities. All of this also comes with a tremendous amount of organization and (sometimes) cost to parents, teachers, and PTA members, which is where we can help!

More and more these days, fundraisers are needed to help pay for sports teams, school clubs, music programs, and field trips!

With the help of Indeygo, the days of crunching the numbers to find the most profitable fundraiser are long gone. We’ve come up with a super handy guide to some of the most profitable (and fun!) fundraising activities which are bound to be a success!

Host your favourite “A-thon”

Pick a local favourite or popular activity and turn it into a light competition where individuals or groups can raise funds by moving their bodies or using their brains! This can be done with any activity like skating, walking, music, dancing, biking, or swimming just to name a few! Categories can include individual entry, team, or even relay to keep things interesting. Maybe cross-country skiing is the popular thing to do near you, so pick a short loop and have participants pledge a certain dollar amount per lap they complete! Looking for something less physical, host a Chess-A-Thon and fill a gym with chess boards where players can enter into a round-robin style competition to win a grand prize!

Look for opportunities to showcase sponsors

Sometimes seeking out plenty of smaller donations is easier than asking for one big donation. In exchange for a small donation, offer a sponsored brick, tile, or component. For example, if you’re fundraising to build a new playground, you may incorporate tiles around the park with the logos of sponsors highlighting their donations. This crowdfunding concept is a great way to showcase strong community ties between sponsors and your fundraiser.

Hold an Experience Auction

Instead of approaching local businesses for free or discounted products, turn to participants’ network of family, friends, and close contacts to create a compelling list of fun experiences! These experiences could be fun, useful, or a little bit of both! Think, you could offer a lesson in changing tires and basic car maintenance from your car mechanic neighbour, or a kayak trip with your raft guide cousin. It could look like a pair of concert tickets for the next gig your local band books, or a dinner for two at the restaurant your best friend’s uncle owns. These auctions can be held in person which offers an opportunity to gather and promote your fundraising goal. Alternatively, this can easily be held as a silent auction which also gives you the option to host it online and over a longer period.

Try an Off-Screen Challenge

As parents and teachers, we all secretly (or not-so-secretly) wish our kids and students would spend less time in front of their electronic devices! While the kids may disagree with this idea, they do all love a good challenge especially when an enticing end prize is in store! So how can you convince them to do this? Have students be sponsored for spending time away from all their devices (smartphones, laptops, tablets, gaming devices, and so on). The more time they spend away from the screen, the more money they rack up! This can be a relatively easy-to-organize fundraiser if you’re looking for a quick fundraiser with very little setup needed.

Don’t forget the tried-and-true Cookie Dough Fundraiser!

It’s no surprise that our Cookie Dough is our most popular fundraising product at Indeygo – it’s easy, effective, and delicious! Available in a 2.7 lbs. tub or 48 pre-portioned cookies, our cookie dough is guaranteed to make any sweet tooth in the family excited. The best part is that our cookie dough stays fresh for months in the freezer and can be thawed and then refrozen if you don’t want to make them all!

Our Cookie Dough fundraisers typically make between a 30% – 40% profit, which makes it a financially viable and effective way of raising funds for your school, group, or club. We’re also proud to offer 11 amazing flavours and source over 70% of the ingredients from Canadian farmers. Find out more about your next Cookie Dough fundraiser here.

Hopefully, we’ve been able to inspire a few fresh ideas for fundraising this school year. Just don’t forget the most important part of fundraising – promote, promote, promote! Making sure people know what you’re fundraising for and how to get involved is key. And don’t forget to share the results as well, people love hearing about an effort that leads to great results!

As always, if you need help with your fundraising efforts, make sure to reach out to our helpful team at Indeygo to plan your next successful fundraiser! We can’t wait to hear from you and help blow your fundraising goal out of the water!

Farm Fun for the Whole Family

As summer rolls along and fall starts to creep closer, many of us a looking to find the perfect way to spend some quality time with our families before the busyness of back-to-school starts again.

What better way than to celebrate Alberta’s deep farming history and tradition than visiting a working farm to learn about where our food comes from and interact with the people at the heart of it all. Through the past couple of years of pandemic times, the important of shopping local was highlighted more than ever before and now is the time to continue support businesses and farms close to home! Plus, visiting local farms is a great way to support local and enjoy great food all while reducing your environmental impact and food transport kilometres.

So, where can you get started in finding a great farm experience for your family?

Alberta Open Farm Days is a province-wide open house on August 13 & 14, 2022 designed to bring together Albertans through educational and educational agricultural-based initiatives. Events span from interactive and educational farm tours to delicious farm-to-table culinary events, so you’re bound to find something for everyone in your family.

Whether your interests lie in fields of lavender, picking fruit from an orchard, or giving some loving pets to our favourite furry farm friends, there’s no doubt that everyone in your family can have a great time at a participating farm. Click here to find all participating farms and farm experiences over the two days.

If you’ve always been interested in knowing the inner workings of a dairy farm or want to know more about what goes into operating an apiary, this is the time to discover it all! Farm visits are great for the entire family providing a fun and educational experience to help connect the dots when it comes to understanding where your food comes from and how it gets to your dinner table.

If you’re looking for the perfect date-night or adult-only outing, there are some great options to visit a local winery, brewery, or distillery this weekend. Alberta is now the proud home of nearly 50 distilleries and over 130 breweries showing a marked increased in the liquor and beer industry in the province over the part 5+ years. Be sure to check out the closest winery, brewery, or distillery to you and make a plan to head out for a tour or tasting (just make sure you’ve planned ahead for a safe way to make it back home!)

Want someone else to take care of planning for the day so you can just sit back and enjoy? No problem – there are two amazing options for Bus Tours during this year’s Alberta Open Farm Days. Visit four great farms in the Mountain View County or enjoy a Hops/Mead Tour on the Re-Connect with the Farm Tour or enjoy a VIP Bus Tour and Long Table Dinner at Taste of the Heartland.

Need another reason to visit a local farm this weekend? Alberta Open Farm Days is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year, which means there’s bound to be some extra farm-fun events planned throughout the province. In the past 10 years, over 800 farms have participated in the event, amounting to nearly 150,000 farm visits!

To celebrate this important milestone, Alberta Open Farm Days is focused on recognizing how farming is dependent on one another. The best demonstration of this is the work of a fan favourite pollinator, the honeybee who works hard to pollinate the fruits, vegetables, and legumes that we consume on a daily basis.

At Indeygo, we are committed to sourcing over 70% of our ingredients locally and from Canadian suppliers so we know how important our local farming community is.

For this reason, we can’t forget to mention our great farm partner, Erdmann’s Garden & Greenhouses who will be providing farm-fresh veggies for our Fall Harvest Bundle Fundraisers! This is perfect for schools and groups fundraising during the last two weeks of September with the Harvest Bundles being delivered in the first half of October (dependent on harvest time).

Can’t make it to Alberta Open Farms Days this weekend, or looking for even more farm fun to enjoy with your family as we ease into harvesting season? Check out Farmzy, an online platform that makes finding and booking farm tours, events, and experience easy! Search by location or by farm to find the perfect activity for your family that suits your schedule and price range. 

Want to find out more about the fundraising opportunities we can support, be sure to check out our website and download our free e-book with all the details! Our team is always on hand to answer your questions about how our fundraisers work, provide a handy coordinators checklist, and even provide tips on fundraising during the pandemic. Once you’re ready to fundraise, get in touch and our Indeygo team will reach out to get started!

Not fundraising right now? No problem – keep us in mind for next time and check out some of our past blog posts in the meantime for some great tips and tricks!

The Deeper Value of Volunteering

An undeniable part of our role as busy parents is volunteering for our kid’s activities – be it a soccer team, gymnastics club, or after school club.

That volunteer responsibility gets even more complicated when you’re the parent that has been assigned with organizing the fall fundraiser! At Indeygo , we’ve created an easy and tasty solution to put the FUN back in fundraiser.

With options for all sorts of delicious treats like cookies, muffins, cinnamon buns, coffee, tea, dog treats and more, fundraising has never been easier with the help of our Indeygo team. We’ll help you organize your fundraiser, give you all the tools to execute successfully, and then support you right to the end as you count your hard-earned profits!

Now, let’s take a step back and dive into the importance of volunteering.

When we say volunteering is important, we don’t just mean for your kid’s team, club, or group—volunteering also plays a crucial role in building community, personal well being, and social engagement. Not only is this an opportunity to connect with others who have similar interests and values, but in the case of volunteering for your kid’s activities can have lasting benefits like establishing and supporting positive friendships between kids and even finding other parents that can help lighten the load in the future. Think about it, how great would it be to find another set of parents that your kid can carpool with?

We need to shift away from the “volun-told” mindset.

This is a term that we’ve heard thrown around a lot and casts a negative light on volunteering. We won’t deny that there are times when volunteering isn’t ideal – maybe you’re busy at work, have family commitments, or generally don’t enjoy the activity or task for which you must volunteer. However, trying to see the benefits of volunteering when the situation arises is an easy way to make the whole experience more exciting and enjoyable.

So, what are some of the benefits of volunteering? posits that there are four main benefits to volunteering that impacts your health and happiness:

  1. Volunteering connects you to others
  2. Volunteering is good for your mind and body
  3. Volunteering can advance your career
  4. Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life

Not only does volunteering provide an avenue for meeting new friends, but you may also make connections with people that could have an impact in other parts of your life. Imagine that you are starting to chat about moving into a bigger house and need to start looking for a realtor, then next thing you know you happen to be paired with a parent who happens to be a real estate agent at the volunteer shift you picked up for your child’s hockey team.

After a couple of long years spending lots of time inside with your family, getting back out in social situations and interacting with new people can have a huge positive impact on your mind and body! Naturally, humans have a hard-wired desire to help others and when we do so by volunteering, our mind and body can feel the positive effects. It’s also a great reason to get out of your house, on your feet, and moving your body – something we could always use a little more of!

Depending on the task, volunteering can also be a great opportunity to learn new job skills and gain more experience that can translate to your career. In some cases, volunteering can even serve as a trial run into a new career or different position before you make a full commitment to switching things up. Volunteering is also a great way to learn the behind-the-scenes aspects of your favourite organizations or businesses and even to possibly connect with some of the leadership team members.

Lastly, volunteering is a fun way to explore different interests you may have. Not only are you supporting your child’s activities but finding a way to meaningfully volunteer can provide an escape from the chaotic busyness of everyday life! It’s also a great way to meet integrate yourself into a new community if you’ve recently arrived in a new neighbourhood.

Being able to approach the sometimes-daunting task of volunteering can be instrumental in your overall experience while you volunteer. Be sure to show up as an active and engaged volunteer, don’t be afraid to ask questions, be clear on expectations, and speak up if you’re uncomfortable with a certain task.

And, if it isn’t yet your turn to volunteer, make sure to give thanks to those who are!

Many of our kid’s teams, clubs, and organizations wouldn’t operate nearly as well (or at all!) without the tireless efforts of volunteers. A small gesture of thanks in a cup of coffee or an offer to help with a small task like taking out the trash can make a world of difference!

So, next time you’re looking for a great fundraiser, think Indeygo! Our Harvest Bundles full of fresh vegetables will be available again this fall for those in the Calgary-Edmonton area. We’ve partnered with Erdmanns Gardens & Greenhouses to provide some amazing farm-to-fundraiser boxes, as well as offering a Food Bank Bundle option as part of our Giving Back Food Bank program.

Want to find out more about the fundraising opportunities we can support, be sure to check out our website and download our free e-book with all the details! Once you’re ready to fundraise, get in touch and our Indeygo team will reach out to get started!

Farmers Markets, Food Banks, and Fundraising, Oh My!

Summer is finally here, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! 

As we reflect on a great school year of successful and exciting fundraisers, we’re grateful for all the hard working volunteers who supported their schools, soccer teams, gymnastic clubs, dance programs, and so much more! 

While fundraisers may slow down for a couple of months as summer break kicks into high gear, we wanted to share some tips for those who may still have an upcoming fundraiser or anyone who might be already thinking of their fall fundraisers! 

For most of us, summer signals the return of farmers markets and fresh produce! 

At Indeygo, we love a great farmers market. A day at the farmers market can be the perfect family outing that has a little something for everyone, and it doesn’t get much fresher than buying your produce right from the farmers hands. If you’re unsure of where the nearest farmers market is, be sure to check out this link

So, what better way to support local farmers by creating a fundraiser selling harvest bundles that feature local produce? Not only are you supporting local,  you’re also creating an opportunity for families to connect through high-quality, locally grown food and supporting your local food bank.

Indeygo has you covered for your next Harvest Bundle Fundraiser

Every fall, we partner with Erdmann’s Gardens & Greenhouses to put together amazing bundles of fresh produce to create the perfect “Fresh from the Farm” vegetable fundraiser! Erdmann’s Gardens & Greenhouses is family owned and operated farm in Westlock County, Alberta that grows a wide variety of fresh, locally grown, and sustainably farmed produce. 

Our veggie bundles have great profit margins at 33% profit! This fundraiser also offers the Giving Back Food Bank Option which provides an option for schools and groups to give back by providing fresh produce to their local food banks! Since the inception of the Giving Back Food Bank program, schools in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer and Canmore have donated over 30,000 lbs. of fresh produce to local food banks! 

Indeygo’s Harvest Bundle Fundraisers are available to schools and groups during the fall months in the Edmonton, Calgary, and Red Deer areas. Schools and groups typically fundraise during the last two weeks of September can look forward to the delivery of fresh produce during the first half of October (dependent on harvest time). 

If you just can’t wait until the fall to try some of Erdmann’s Gardens & Greenhouses fresh produce, you can find them at various farmers markets around the Edmonton area or go right to the source and visit their farm

Of course, you don’t have to wait until the fall to support local food banks! 

With the soaring prices of groceries and fuel, food banks are also seeing a higher demand for support from community members while battling higher operational costs. Finding your local food bank and finding out how you and your family can help is a great way to keep kids occupied during the summer! Supporting your local food bank doesn’t have to be a hit on your wallet either – volunteer tasks like sorting, preparing, and hosting food pick ups can be a huge help. Check out this link to find the food bank closest to you! 

If you are still in full swing with fundraising efforts, don’t worry – Indeygo has got you covered! 

Our most popular Cookie Dough fundraiser is always available year-round and guaranteed to be a huge people pleaser! 

By making up to 40% profit per tub of cookie dough sold, this fundraiser is a no brainer. Choose from 10 amazing flavours that come in either a 2.7 lbs. tub or in a convenient box of 48 pre-portioned cookies! We’re also proud to say that over 70% of the ingredients in our cookie dough is sourced from Canadian farmers. The best part is that our cookie dough stays fresh for months in the freezer and can even be thawed and refrozen for on-demand cookies anytime you or your family finds the cookie craving hit. 

And of course, we can’t forget about our four-legged furry friends, so we put together the most deliciously irresistible Doggie Dough. These make for a healthy and nutritious snack for our most loyal companions who deserve a little treat from time to time. 
So, as we look forward to warm weather in the forecast and long summer nights, don’t forget to check out your local farmers market and get your hands on some fresh produce. Nothing is better than a backyard gathering with fresh farmers market produce, a barbecue, or the perfect cob of corn to bite into.  And if you need an easy, ready-to-go fundraiser for your soccer team or summer camp be sure to reach out to see how we can make it the easiest fundraising effort you’ve ever experienced – we can’t wait to hear from you!