Over 150 cities have already instated city-wide bans on plastic bags. The most progressive state of all is the traditionally environmentally-conscious California. While a large number of cities and counties in California already have plastic bag bans, they are about to take it a step further: a state-wide ban on non-biodegradable plastic bags.
Have you ever stopped to think about how much trash gets thrown away every day, just from a child’s school lunch alone? Believe it or not, the average child gets rid of a annual 67 pounds of garbage – that’s $246 of plastic bags and paper napkins each year! Buying reusable bags and containers for school lunches is a great eco-friendly way to save money and help the planet as well.
Everyone who signs up by September 30th for a Fall 2014 Catalog Fundraiser is eligible to get a FREE Ultimate Travel Set when they meet their fundraising minimums! The four-piece matching set includes our:
Weekender ($20 value)
Hanging Travel Bag ($16 value)
Cosmetic Bag Set ($11 value)
Flat Iron Case ($15 value)
From Facebook, to Twitter, to Instagram, who can keep track of all the social networking sites and apps nowadays? Luckily for you, the use of social media by nearly everyone in the country provides a great opportunity to promote your fundraiser. Check out these great tips to using social media as a successful fundraising tool!
Studies show that the closer you get towards your school’s fundraising goals, the more likely other are to want to … More
While school fundraisers are a great opportunity for children to reach outside their comfort zone and learn about networking and face-to-face interaction, incentives are an excellent way to boost fundraising profits. Mixed Bag Designs offers prize incentive programs to excite kids about fundraising, but there are many other methods of revving up your student body to reach your fundraising goal.