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A Fundraiser for the Season

January 20, 2011

It’s not easy to tie in a fundraiser to the middle of the winter (which, at least up here in Boston, is unpleasant, gray and snow-covered for the next few months). At GoodTwo, we like to think that deals don’t have a season–everyone loves a bargain, no matter the month–but we’re acutely aware of that controversial Valentine’s Day holiday coming up in the next month or so.

So with that in mind, our team has come up with a seasonal, Valentine’s Day fundraiser that can be used anywhere in the country. We’ve got a deal where $15 will get your donors $30 worth of flowers at KaBloom, which they can deliver to their Valentine (or anyone so deserving on any other day of the year) with a few clicks of the mouse. KaBloom is known industry-wide for fresh flower delivery, so donors will know they’re sending the right message. For those donors in Boston, the certificate can also be used in the Brookline store to pick up flowers in person.

The best part of this for fundraisers is, of course, the donation. As usual, GoodTwo’s KaBloom deal is a winner all around. The donor gets $30 worth of flowers for $15 (we recommend spending the savings on chocolate!) and for every one purchased, the fundraiser pockets $3.75. Think you can find 20 people who need to buy flowers this Valentine’s Day? That’s $75 for your cause. If you can find 100, that’s $375. The math is easy and the deal’s simple.

If you’re interested in taking advantage of the KaBloom fundraiser or any of GoodTwo’s other deals, you can sign up by visiting our website and clicking “Start Fundraising” (that big green button on the main page). If you already have an active fundraiser and would like to add the KaBloom deal, contact us at fundraisers (at) goodtwo.com and we’ll get it taken care of.

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