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2013 Annual FFA Fund Raiser
Teacher InstructionsWhich Fresh Country Programs are we selling? The following slide contains the programs offered by Fresh Country Fund Raising. Simply highlight and delete the programs you are not offering.
Teacher InstructionsWhat is the money used for? The following slide contains information about how your organization will be using the money earned. Simply customize the following slide.
Teacher InstructionsStudent Rewards Programs - What’s in it for me?Select one of the following slides that you feel will motivate your top sellers! Be creative! Feel free to edit as needed to best fit YOUR Chapter!In order to have a successful fund raiser it’s imperative to offer a generous rewards program to your students for motivational purposes.The rewards program you select needs to be offeredbefore Christmas break to properly motivate your students. This can be accomplished by rewarding your top sellers AND offering individual rewards that will motivate EACH student.
Individual Student Rewards
Now it’s time to select a slide to motivate your students INDIVIDUALLY!!!
Your goal is to get ALL of your students involved and forthem to sell as much as possible! Both FFA members andnon-members.
Again, be creative and feel free to edit the next sectionas necessary!
Sell at least 15 items and you get to go to Main Event!
(Enter Date and Time)
All students that qualify will depart from the school on a bus to Main Event for an evening of FUN!!!
Bowling, Laser Tag, Pizza, $10 Card for the Arcade, and unlimited soft drinks!
Teacher InstructionsCollection MethodYou need to decide now when your students are required to collect money.Is it when they take an order or when they deliver the product?More and more Chapters are requiring their students to collect the money upfront when they take an order.Fresh Country recommends that your students collect the money upfront. Communicate procedures for turning money in to the teacher.Edit the following slide to best fit your Chapter!
Teacher InstructionsBrochures & PricingThis is the time to pass out the brochure(s) you are selling. Select the slides of the Fresh Country Program(s) you are selling. Discuss products with your students.
Teacher InstructionsFruit PricesTeachers, enter your selling prices for each item in the appropriate spaces. Instruct your students to write in the prices inside the brochure and on the back student order form for each item.
Instruct your students to fill in: - Student’s Name - Student Phone Number - Grade - Teacher - Date to Return Order Form - Make Checks Payable to...
Teacher InstructionsProperly Recording an OrderExplain to your students how to mark each order.Have them use NUMBERS, not Xs or Checks in the column boxes for each product.Instruct your students to total columns both vertically and horizontally to check for accuracy.This will make summarizing much easier.
Teacher InstructionsWhat to do after your Kick-off?Over the next two weeks you will be receiving money from your students, writing receipts, and making deposits. Fresh Country encourages you to make deposits as you receive money from you students daily. If you have to hold money overnight, be sure to put it in a safe. Most likely you don’t have a safe in your Ag. Department so check with your Principal or Business Office.
Teacher InstructionsWhat to do after your Kick-off?After the Kick-Off your fund raiser has just begun. Now it’s time for the big push! Visit with your students DAILY to check on their progress. Check to see how many packages each student has sold. Encourage your students! Display both your High Sales and Individual Sales Rewards on the board in your classroom throughout the sale and discuss them daily! Remember that if you forget about the fund raiser, many of your students will too!!Don’t let that happen so PUSH, PUSH, PUSH!!!!