DONATION TOTALS HIGHER THAN THE MOUNTAINS
Since 2014, 3,135 programs totaling 117,394 kids in Colorado have fundraised with Snap! Raise. Those participants have benefitted from a better approach to school and sports fundraising, generating $17,159,119!
Fundraising ideas differ depending on location and group or sport type, but in a recent study of Snap! Raise customers, 75% of programs across the country agree that they "totally rely" or "rely a great deal" on fundraising.
We’ve scoured our fundraising data and gathered insights from real fundraisers to share the story of fundraising in Colorado in 2019.
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Snap! Raise fundraisers have raised $3,025,984 for groups, clubs, and teams across Colorado.
Over 21,707 kids in Colorado have benefitted from Snap! Raise's digital fundraising process.
With over 51,643 total donations in Colorado, fans of programs have shown they are willing to donate to support.
Beyond the numbers, the stories behind Snap! Raise fundraisers are powerful examples of driving impact and creating positive change in communities.
Changing for the Better
Castle View High School Football coach has run Snap! Raise campaigns for the past three years, understanding how effective fundraising can further the growth and development of this team and enrich the players experiences. In 2019, Castle View HS Football raised over $23,000 to upgrade the teams training equipment and their end of year banquet.
Being able to upgrade and purchase new technology for the training equipment has given this team the change to really hone in on specific activities and improve the skills amongst the entire team.
Large and In Charge
Arapahoe High School Football team holds the title for the highest raising fundraiser in 2019 in Colorado! They raised $41,000+ for fees, helmets, pads, team building activities, and continuing to reinvest into the program and keep growing.
Coach Sherman is in his third year with Arapahoe and his program builds year over year. After fundraising with Snap! Raise, they were able to add an additional 50 players to their team because they could afford to offer additional scholarships to play as well as afford to outfit that many more players.