Pies Fundraising

A fun way of raising money for nonprofit organizations is having a sale of pies. While bake sales have always been popular fundraising ideas, you do not always have to be the one to do the baking. Here are a few options worth exploring:

The Pie Shoppe

They claim to have the ‘recipe for cash’. How do they do it? By sending out homemade pies and rolls to your bake sale. All you need to do is reserve pies for your fundraising date which cannot be on a Sunday or Monday. The best way to get about it is take in orders and then reserve the pies; and on delivery you will receive an invoice.
Profits vary on what you decide as a markup on the selling price. A recommended price is $8.00, as The Pie Shoppe charges $6.00 per pie, dozen cinnamon rolls and pumpkin roll. Visit their fundraising items page for a selection of pies.

Watts Fundraising

Take a look at Ovens for Ashley for ready-to-serve pies such as Banana Cream Pie, Apple, Medley of Fruit, Peach Praline, French Silk, Pumpkin, Caramel Apple Walnut and Pecan, Simple Pleasures and Gourmet Creations-Frozen. To motivate participants, Watts Fundraising offers prizes ranging from a subscription to Texas Cheerleader magazine to cash.

Achatz Handmade Pie Co.

If you live in Michigan, this is one option to consider for your pies fundraising initiative. Along with ready-to-bake pies you can also sell cookies, brownies, soups, jams, salad dressings, and teas. Another option is to sell booklets of coupons for the Achatz Handmade Pie Co. locations.