You will need the student's seller ID from your invitational email or social media link
*Student must be registered first
*Please remember that all frozen foods and dry goods can be shipped to the school or directly to home.
*Only Magazine Subscriptions are filled automatically.
How does our process work?
Liberty Fundraising Sales, Inc. has been facilitating fundraisers for over 30 years across nine states. We serve a wide variety of customers, ranging from high school programs to elementary schools to various community organizations.
We are a family owned and operated business that has passed from one generation to the next. Stephen Schroeder remembers the days when he would sit in his parents' workshop, watching them prepare orders and organize prize program bundles. Now he and his wife, Claire, are the proud owners of this great company his family built.
Throughout the years we have carefully selected our products so that they have high customer value and generate sales that are duplicatable year to year. We have many customers who have taken orders for our products for more than a decade!
Our methods for organizing your fundraiser have proven successful time and again as we strive to provide personal attention to help you have a successful and profitable fundraiser. In addition, we help you organize personalized delivery schedules and assist in distributions.
We offer a wide array of quality products.
Our Prize Program
This cumulative prize program is geared to elementary age students and is the default option for those groups. We also offer other prize options and incentives
Some results we like to share!
A Parent Teacher Organization in Sheridan Wyoming with 245 students participating
sold $47,603.00 worth of product towards their goal.
With only 104 students working, an elementary school in rural Wyoming brought in $46,634.00 for their school.
Some 301 energetic Tiger Cubs in Colorado were able to raise $79,901 in retail sales.
A Rapids City, South Dakota PTA organized $40,407.00 worth of sales with their enthusiastic 308 students.
29 students in fifth grade in Joliet, Montana were wowed with community response bringing in $11,336.00 in sales.
$77,298.00 of product sold making the 368 students working together in Alamosa so happy!
The power of 185 motivated Grand Junction elementary school students brought them profits from their retail sales of $34,113.00.
4th graders, only 131 of them, in a small town in South Dakota, brought in $44,034.00 in sales from their Rocky Mountain Gourmet campaign.
An elementary student council in Gillette, Wyoming rounded up $27,420.00 in sales with their posse of 153 participants.
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