School Fundraising Woodbridge CT, Ansonia CT, Derby CT
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School Fundraising Woodbridge CT, Ansonia CT, Derby CT


School fundraising committees have their work cut out for them by the time spring comes around. When MCM Fundraising participates with your Woodbridge, Ansonia and Derby School Fundraising Committee, you can count on the support you need to organize your team and really get the students engaged. We provide ideas and incentives to engage the students and drive their enthusiasm. MCM gives you the tools needed to publicize your drive, and our exceptional product lines are proven to appeal to people of all ages. With MCM Fundraising on your side, expect to meet – and exceed – your goals!

High School Sports Fundraising in New Haven County

New Haven County High school student athletes look forward to their seasonal school sports. The financial burden of high school sports in Connecticut is high, and student athletes understand the important role fundraising plays in keeping their sports programs in play. Spring sports such as baseball, softball, track, and lacrosse may be at risk due to the high cost of uniforms, sports equipment, insurance and transportation to and from games. The entire community enjoys the tradition of high school team competition. Money raised for your Woodbridge, Ansonia and Derby sports programs benefits the student athletes, the school, and enriches the community.

Elementary School Fundraising in New Haven County

Even the youngest elementary school students gain many benefits from participating in team endeavors. Younger students in Woodbridge,  Ansonia and Derby CT in the elementary grades are often recruited in school fundraising efforts to raise money for many programs when budgets fall short. In many communities throughout the country, budgetary constraints make fund raising necessary to pay for needed items, supplies, services and programs. The in-school and extracurricular activities in Woodbridge,  Ansonia and Derby public elementary schools are expensive. In the interest of keeping the taxpayer burden manageable, voters inadvertently put many valuable services  and programs at risk.

How Fund Raising builds character in elementary age students

Young students that participate in raising money for their schools greatly benefit from the experience. There are valuable social skills learned in the early elementary grades in any group activity. The process of working toward a common goal as a group is a skill students will build upon throughout life. Individual students quickly learn to work as a team, and recognize the importance of their contributions. Youngsters learn to listen to ideas, form team goals, make decisions, make compromises, and meet a challenges head on.

Money raised for Woodbridge,  Ansonia and Derby elementary school equipment, supplies, and class trips benefits many people. Students who participate in fund raising take pride in their accomplishments, take ownership of a worthwhile cause, gain confidence and poise speaking on behalf of their cause, ultimately learn to help others. Early success builds confidence, teaches critical thinking, and there is much to be gained in the pursuit of meeting or exceeding team goals.

MCM Fundraising Offers Six Winning Programs

MCM Fundraising has six different fundraising packages featuring high end product lines.  We partner with your PTO and offer guidance and tips for creating excitement and “buzz” in your community.

The Lyman Orchards® Pies and Crisps, Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough and Kansas Maid™ Pastry brands offered by MCM will lead your Woodbridge,  Ansonia or Derby CT fundraising team to sweet success. These brands are easy to sell in any season and make great desserts for the freezer. Lyman Orchards® pie and fruit crisp are locally made favorites and are enjoyed by all generations. The Otis Spunkmeyer® ready-to-bake cookie dough can be conveniently stored in the freezer until ready to use. Who can resist Kansas Maid™ Braided Pastries? Thaw, Rise, and Bake! Talk to the MCM Team today at 1-888-774-5889.