Fundraising Ideas & Products Center
Bakeless Bake Sale Fundraiser
Send this letter to your members: You are invited to NOT bake a cake, pie, cookies, or brownies. You do NOT have to find the recipe. You do NOT have to shop for the ingredients. You do NOT have to mix. You do NOT have to cook. You do NOT have to cut. You do NOT have to wrap. You do NOT have to wash dishes. You do NOT have to clean up your kitchen. You do NOT have to deliver the baked product. You do NOT have to stand in the heat/cold/rain to sell the baked product. You can write a check for $10.00 to "name of organization" and stay home and enjoy doing something yourself or with your family!
See how some organizations have conducted their fundraising 'sales' below.
The Bakeless Bake Sale Fundraising Poem
Many is the time I heard you say
Another Bakeless Bake Sale Fundraising Poem
A bit of news we have today...
Bakeless Bake Sale Fundraising
A bit of news we have today
We’ve thought of a plan that’s truly grand,
No fuss or bother, you've done
Fundraiser sponsored by
Please make checks payable to:
or place your donation in the “CAKE BOX” found in the sanctuary!!
Bakeless Bake Sale Fundraising
The class of 2004, in preparation for the "Parisian Enchantment" Prom on May 17, is asking for YOUR support for a SUCCESSFUL "BAKELESS BAKE SALE."
NO SELLING ! NO LISTS ! NO PICKUP OR DELIVERY DATES ! NO DEADLINES ! and NO MERCHANDISE !!! What a DEAL !!!
Please contribute to OUR cause by sending $10 or more, by check payable to "CHS".
Indicate on check memo line: "Class of 2004 Bakeless Bake Sale."
We would like to see 100% participation.
Ashton Ladies Aid is having a Bakeless Bake sale fundraising event through the month of May. All ladies are asked to contribute the amount they would have spent on ingredients, plus an amount for their time and skill. You don't need to burn your fingers or dirty a mixing bowl. And everyone is asked to contribute what you would have spent for a couple of pies, a loaf of bread, and a plate of cookies. There are no calories in it. And it will help the Ladies Aid in all the good work done by this organization. Bring gifts to the church, or mail to xxxxxxxxx.
Sources: Barbara J. (Greenwood, Indiana), Redfield United Methodist Church (Redfield, South Dakota), First Reformed Church of Little Falls (Little Falls, New Jersey), Janelle M, Calvert High School (Prince Frederick, Maryland), The Ornament Connection
We have included a number of do-it-yourself fundraising ideas in this section that offer a break from traditional product sales. They were developed by groups just like yours in an attempt have a little fun with their fundraiser. Some of them are tried and true while others show a lot of creativity ... and even wackiness in some cases. All of them are obviously not appropriate for every group, but sometimes, with only a little modification, your might find some fund raising ideas that are perfect for your group. If you have an idea for a do-it-yourself fund raiser you are willing to share with others, please send it to us via email. Include anything and everything you would want to know if you were hearing the idea for the first time.