Looking for a unique fundraising idea for your favorite youth group or community organization? Sure, you could put on another bake sale, carwash, cookie dough, wrapping paper or auction—but why not try something different?
A Scentsy Candle Fundraiser is a fun, easy, and profitable alternative. Thousands of organizations—church groups, 4-H clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, gymnastics teams, day care centers, marching bands, booster clubs, and many others—participate in fundraising programs every year. And studies show that the most successful fundraisers are built around product sales to family, friends, and neighbors, rather than sending children out to knock on strangers’ doors.
- Contact the group you’d like to raise money for.
- Set a fundraising goal together.
- Contact your Scentsy Consultant, Heather Llanes.
She will guide and support you and your organization through every step of the process. She’ll even make sure you have the latest Scentsy Fundraising catalog, featuring products and fragrances specifically suited to fundraising drives.
Fundraising participants can earn a percentage of product sales (derived from the Scentsy Consultant’s commissions) for their sponsoring organization or group. Percentages are based on the volume of Scentsy products sold. Gift card prizes have been a great option for the student sellers. Ask for more info on prizes.
Hosting a Scentsy Fundraiser is rewarding in other ways, too—nothing builds a sense of community and team spirit like working together toward a common goal for a good cause.
Contact Heather Llanes, your Scentsy expert, today to discuss your fundraising goals! (713) 492-5271
November 2011 -Creekside Intermediate School’s Cobra Chain Crew finished their Scentsy fundraiser in November to raise funds to help reduce costs to their cool field trips to Kemah Boardwalk and Schlitterbahn! 25% of pre-tax total sales not including shipping will be donated to the Cobra Chain Crew’s fundraiser. The kids sold more than $4,000 in Scentsy raising more than $1000 in much needed funds for their organization.
Congratulations Cobra Chain Crew!
January 2012 – Clear Lake City Elementary School’s robotics team in First Lego League is named Thunderbotz Blue. They won first place or Last Robot Standing at the Lone Star Tournament in January. Their score was the highest in the entire District this season. As a result of this accomplishment, the team has been invited to compete at the North American Championship May 18-20 @ Legoland in California. Thanks to everyone who helped support this Scentsy Fundraiser!