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    Quote Originally Posted by firepimp View Post
    Spaghetti dinners work well in this area as well , another district does one once a year.
    There are many different types of food fundraisers. One of the cheapest and fulfilling meals to prepare for a fundraiser is a spaghetti supper. Initially it needs to be decided whether to do this by plate or as an all-you-can-eat buffet. Pasta can be in a variety of shapes appropriate for fundraising programs for sports team, cheerleading squads, school bands, parent teacher associations, and other types of groups. You can earn up to 50% profit.
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    Try www.givingshield.com... it's a website for first responders that lets you collect donations online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinki View Post
    There are many different types of food fundraisers. One of the cheapest and fulfilling meals to prepare for a fundraiser is a spaghetti supper. Initially it needs to be decided whether to do this by plate or as an all-you-can-eat buffet. Pasta can be in a variety of shapes appropriate for fundraising programs for sports team, cheerleading squads, school bands, parent teacher associations, and other types of groups. You can earn up to 50% profit.
    Obviously food fundraisers and the associated success is based on a lot of factors.

    The ability to coordinating the event with a community event such as a 4th of July celebration.

    The demographics of the community >>> low cost vs. higher cost events. Obviously the more you can charge, the more you can make per plate.

    Manpower required.

    Facilities required.

    Up front costs for the food.

    Ability to advertise.
    Train to fight the fires you fight.

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