Kindergarten Fundraiser Ideas


We are always in need of a little extra cash for running our kindergarten program.

Most of our fundraising goes towards our outdoor classroom.

We are constantly finding new ways to make our learning environment more engaging and, to be honest, outdoor materials wear out a lot faster than our indoor materials.

1. Cupcake Sale

Make cupcakes as a class and sell them!


2. Art Gallery Fundraiser

Buy canvases of various sizes for students to paint at the Dollar store or local art store.

Parents come to either purchase the paintings at a fixed price or auction them off.

I've heard of action prices start at $20/piece. For a set price I have heard schools successfully sell the artwork for $25.

At a fixed price, each parent can buy their own Childs art. Saying that there is more motivation to spend more at an auction.

3. Cookie & Lemonade Stand

Make some cookies with a favourite recipe or two!

Make several drinks and sell them to the staff, school or parents at a special event.

4. Prepackaged Popcorn

Prepackaged popcorn is great for selling as there is no prep.

Perfect for a nutrition break sale! You just need a place to store the boxes throughout the week.

5. Sell Popcorn to the School

Have a popcorn machine at your school? Put it to use!


6. Book Sale

Parents donate books they no longer need.

Then, sell them to students and parents in the community. Students can learn lots by organizing the books!

7. Gift Cards

This can be done around the holidays or all year long. I've seen it successful at some schools and not work at all at other schools.
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8. Basket Raffles

One for each class (allow each student in each class to pick a theme) and at a time people need gifts (Christmas or Easter)

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9. Spaghetti Lunch

Make a meal together and sell a limited number of tickets.

Looking for a staff meal for a Friday? This might work!

10. Label Fundraiser

Students always need to label their school supplies!

11. Bulb Sale

Perfect for organizing from January to March to help families prepare for the spring weather.


12. Cake Raffle

Our school loved this!

The kindergarten teachers organized it and gathered parent volunteers from our kindergarten parents to help facilitate with the organization. We charged $1.00 for five tickets.

13. Movie Night

Although you cannot charge for watching a movie where I live, we can charge a minimal amount for pizza or popcorn.

Although this fundraiser will not earn a lot of money, students and parents alike enjoy coming to spend time together at the school and be with friends! An average of $200 per night would be considered great.


14. Pizza Kits

This works best if it is sold to the whole school. Companies such as Little Caesars sell kits to schools!

What other ideas have you found work great for your school?

1 comment

  1. You've compiled some really great ideas!

    Here are a couple more:
    Some schools here used to have penny races- classes competed to see who could collect the most pennies.
    As a kid we sold Christmas ornaments from a catalogue, but could easily be a craft to see like the canvases you mentioned.

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