Fundraising Story: A Safe Place to Play

Jane's Fundraising Story Jane works full time, is a mother of 3, and also helps volunteer at her kid’s school as a PTA board member. The other day when Jane was on the playground with her kids she noticed that there was a broken swing with chipped paint, and the grass was torn up. She... Continue Reading →

Greater Heights

    Even as a small toddler, young Dylan had above-average upper body strength and was performing physical feats that puzzled and amazed his teachers and relatives. After a local gym came in to teach Dylan’s day care class some simple tumbling moves, Dylan started pulling himself up and flipping around his Texas home. When... Continue Reading →

6 Steps to Fundraising Success

  Increase your chances for success with a Mixed Bag Designs Fundraiser. We have helped schools and nonprofits raise over $70 million. To help ensure your next fundraiser is a winner, we have compiled 6 Steps to Fundraising Success.  1. Remember to Share the Details Always share your fundraiser goals, how the funds will be used,... Continue Reading →

How to Promote Your Fundraiser on Nextdoor

Are you on Nextdoor? If not, you should be! Nextdoor is a free neighborhood social network app that connects you with your local community. Nextdoor is the perfect outlet for promoting your fundraiser. Here are some posting tips + 4 easy steps on how to use Nextdoor to boost your fundraiser sales: Posting Tips: Share your goals:... Continue Reading →

How to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims: Support Houston Food Bank

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 →

Teacher Appreciation Week Starts Today

As a school fundraising company, Mixed Bag Designs knows how important teachers and educators are to the well-being of our community. We can’t thank school teachers enough for all they do, but we can certainly try, and we want to use Teacher Appreciation Week to show how grateful we are for the extra time, love, and effort they put into teaching and guiding students on their learning journey.

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