I bought all of these toe rings that our local big box store had to offer. These had been $4, I think, and were on sale for $1. I order the bulk of the merchandise that we use at the events from wholesalers online, but I am always ready to pick up items locally that are a good value and would make an excellent gift item that I think a child would be excited to give. I envision these as gifts for older sisters, or hip aunts or cousins.
I bought just these two beautiful bookmarks at local $1 retailer. I am considering buying all the stock they have left. Any thoughts? Leave me a comment!
This is the label I used last year on the savings banks, during the two change drives we did. This year, since I'm fundraising from Florida, I'm asking all of my Colorado friends to print out a few of these labels, tape them to a sturdy ziploc bag, and hand them out to people you know, and ask them to save their change for a month. Once you've collected the change, you can take it to your bank, have it sorted, and make out a check in the amount of the change you collected to send to Giving Kids (see address on the "Home" page of this website). Alternatively, you can message me through this website, leave me your contact info, and I will message you the bank account info for Giving Kids' account, so you can just deposit it there. Easy as pie! Any other fundraiser ideas, guys? Anyone who would be willing to help with fundraising?
My name is Dara Albert. I'm a blissfully married mother of four who loves to encourage the natural giving spirit in elementary age children though Giving Kids.