Everyone here at Mixed Bag Designs is devastated by the tragic events of Hurricane Harvey. Damage is expected to run well into tens of billions of dollars, making it one of the costliest natural disasters in US history. Together with our amazing customers, we’ve raised over 70 million dollars for schools and non-profits. Now, we’re working... Continue Reading →
At Mixed Bag Designs, we continuously support lasting change within our communities. We want to help support organizations like the Johnson Ohana Foundation, San Onofre Parks Foundation and other nonprofits in their efforts to reduce our plastic footprint. Our eco-friendly bags and company values align with the Johnson Ohana Foundation, particularly the All at Once action network... Continue Reading →
After the fundraiser ends - DON'T FORGET TO SAY THANK YOU! One of the most important jobs in fundraising is crafting thank-you letters to all those who helped support your cause. The message should come from the heart as it's all about preserving a relationship with your donors. You can't afford to write a unique letter... Continue Reading →
National Charity League (NCL) is a nation-wide organization "committed to the development of mothers and daughters as leaders and is dedicated to improving local communities through hands-on volunteerism" (NCL website). Mixed Bag Designs has had the pleasure of being the NCL Crystal Springs Chapter's fundraiser since 2012. Also located on the San Francisco Bay Peninsula,... Continue Reading →
We all want to travel and we know that raising funds for student travel is a critical component, but it doesn't have to be a drag. Set yourself apart with the fastest growing fundraiser around. It can be fun and rewarding for everyone involved.
SuCCCesful fundraising is spelled with 3 C's: Collaborate, Communicate and Create. Together they are three essential elements that will help ensure your next fundraiser is a winner!
Mixed Bag Designs fundraisers have raised thousands of dollars for noble and touching causes over the years. Cameron Winchell is one of them. Cameron is a 19-year-old young man from Brenham, Texas, a town in between Austin and Houston, who has been in a coma since September. With growing medical expenses, Cameron's family needs help... Continue Reading →