Healthy - Local - Profitable

A marketplace for the community fundraiser.

The More Money, Less Work, Great Experience product fundraising solution.

How FarmRaiser Works – tools managing your entire campaign

1

Pick products from approved, high-quality suppliers

2

Launch custom fundraising site

3

Sell products online, with paper forms or both

4

Receive / distribute products and closeout campaign

Successful Fundraisers

School

Redmond High School PTS...

by Redmond High School PTSA

$2,370.00

Sold $2,370.00

Goal $500.00

Completed

474% of goal met

Goal: $500.00

Booster Club

2021 WJ Mulch Sale

by Walter Johnson Booster Club

$72,068.50

Sold $72,068.50

Goal $50,000.00

Completed

144% of goal met

Goal: $50,000.00

Non-profit

STEPS PTO Spring Plant ...

by STEPS PTO, INC.

$3,486.65

Sold $3,486.65

Goal $1,500.00

Completed

232% of goal met

Goal: $1,500.00

FarmRaiser is a marketplace for community-based product fundraisers.

  • Community Baskets--$25.00. Sends $12.00 in cash to your cause and 40+ pounds of fresh produce to local food pantries.
  • Gift Cards $25.00 - $100.00. Return 30% to your cause and the rest is much needed cash for small businesses in your community.
  • Cash Donations. This is the easiest way to help a cause raising funds in the FarmRaiser platform.

These products will give your supporters meaningful ways for them to help your cause and your community.

What Others Say About FarmRaiser

“FarmRaiser partners with local farmers and food artisans to get you amazing products and great prices for your next fundraiser.”

“Until FarmRaiser came along we dreaded fundraising – hounding kids, cheap toys and incentives, lots of paperwork and products nobody really wanted...it’s different now and parents are already asking me when the next campaign will be.” - Teacher // Fenton, Michigan

"20% a year. That's how much our profits have grown for four straight years. We love the platform tools – way less time doing paperwork and our supporters love the experience.” - Booster Club President // Walter Johnson High School