Empowering Young Leaders to Achieve their Fundraising Goals.
MONROE, WI, September 27, 2019 /Neptune100/ — Fudgeraiser helps future leaders do good things. Listening to the feedback from teachers and parents about the adult supervision and effort required for many traditional fundraising programs, Fudgeraiser wanted to not just make it easier to fundraise, but provide the tools that engage youth with fun and learning.
Participants in the program get an interactive Kid-Empowerment Kick-Off Kit, containing real-world training tools (and fudge samples of course). Learning with games and fun role-playing activities, members get assigned roles like: Sales Director, Marketing Manager, Operations and more. Teacher and parent helpers sit back and relax as the kids engage, have fun learning and sell more products, achieving their fundraising goals.
Fudgeraiser’s enhanced program launched this fall. Kristi Smith, founder of Fudgeraiser, is excited to share the new enhanced program with her message, “Beyond making the freshest and creamiest fudge, we’re empowering future leaders.” Fudgeraiser is the youth fundraising program that puts future leaders on a mission for good because the program is designed for kids to take the lead to get where they want to go.
Fudgeraiser was started by Kristi Smith who owns and operates Rainbow Confections – a little candy store in Monroe, Wisconsin. In 2016, the team was approached by a couple of local youth programs looking to get help fundraising with the delicious and creamy fudge made fresh in the store — and Fudgeraiser was born. Currently, Fudgeraiser primarily serves youth organizations in Illinois and Wisconsin so that we can continue to deliver the creamiest and freshest fudge around. We look forward to expanding to additional areas in the years to come. Visit our website and follow Fudgeraiser on Facebook.