Land of successful fundraising
Since 2014, 683 programs totaling 28,099 kids in Minnesota have fundraised with Snap! Raise. Those participants have benefitted from a better approach to school and sport fundraising, generating $3,648,620!
Snap! Raise fundraisers have raised $1,176,364 for groups, clubs, and teams across Minnesota.
Over 8,618 kids in Minnesota have benefitted from Snap! Raise's digital fundraising process.
With a donation count of 24,129 in Minnesota, 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.
Fundraise to unlock new possibilities and grow your program
Fundraising with Snap! Raise gives programs the opportunity to not just raise the money needed to maintain, it helps them exceed their goals, grow their program, and unlock new possibilities. Andover Marching Band more than doubled their goal of $5,000, raising $11,649. When the Snap! Raise local campaign director stopped by to hand deliver their check, the Band Director opened the door with a big smile and said “Want to see the kids using the drums we purchased with the EXTRA money we raised? Oh, and with the new drums and better sound, we scored 8 points higher at state which helped us take first for the 1st time in program history.” The money that this group was able to raise gave them the ability to progress forward and make a lasting impact.
A little competition goes a long way.
Girl's soccer is known to be one of the most competitive high school sports, and these girls did not let that reputation down. Within the campaign, it was a battle down to the last minute on which player would be the top earner. Snap! Raise participants can earn prices for donations which makes it a fun and competitive environment for the team. Not only are they raising money for the holistic program, they are getting to engage in a safe and fun game between themselves. Donations were coming in until the very last minute making it a nail biter, with the total raised $24,000.