What is the profit margin for the organization?
Schools/organizations will make 50% profit from each
What if the organization does not meet the free shipping qualification?
If you are unsure if you will
be able to meet the free shipping qualification, you may want to charge
each customer an extra $1.00 per package to cover the cost. If
not, the shipping would just simply come out of the end profit.
How does the organization turn in their fundraiser when completed?
The best way is for you to go
to www.TheGourmetCupboard.com, go to the Fundraiser Section, and submit
your order through the "Fundraiser Product Order Form" at the bottom of
the page. This way, we can
begin to pull and package your order. As soon as it is packaged and
weighed, we will email you with the total. If you are paying for the
shipping, then you can send in your payment at this time. If we pay for
the shipping, then you may pre-pay before the packages are ready since the
total is already known.
What payments are accepted?
Cash, if in
person, a check to The Gourmet Cupboard, PayPal payment, or Visa,
MasterCard or Discover payment.
What if someone wants to order a mix that is not in one of the packages?
Anyone who wants to order
individual mixes can go to our website and order through their
school/organization, and we will give that group credit for what was
ordered. We will honor this
up to 30 days after the end of the fundraiser. For instance, if someone
ordered the Dips Package from the fundraiser but also wanted to try the
Minestrone Soup, then they would go to our website, order what extra
products they wanted, type in their school/organization, and we would ship
it directly to them. At the
end of the 30 day period, we would write that group a check from what was
ordered from our website.
What is the best way to sign someone up for a fundraiser?
our website, www.TheGourmetCupboard.com, go to our Fundraiser section,
click the “Sign-Up and Get Started” link at the bottom of the page, and
submit the fundraiser application form
Fundraisers Using Cash and Carry
What is the profit
margin for the organization?