Fundraise For Your Program Through Schwan’s Cares

This post has been sponsored by Schwan’s Home Delivery to share their latest community effort. As a community blog, we’re happy to provide you with this information on a business to gives back to our city and its children!  (And we’re also excited to give you a special reader discount code below!)

July 1st hits tomorrow which means lots of parents are already thinking ahead to “Back to School.” Before we know it, it will be time to start thinking about organizing playgroups, enrolling into Fall sports, joining Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts, and all those other great extra-curricular activities that get our kids (and us) involved!

Although my boys (ages 3 and 18 months) aren’t quite there, I’m still already thinking of ways I’ll want to support their interests and community groups. I’m excited to be a t-ball mom, I can’t wait to volunteer with our PTA, and I look forward to the day when I can be the “Cool Mom” of the Youth Group. It’s these organizations that will help build their character and establish lifelong friendships, so why wouldn’t I want to do my part?

A few months ago, I shared on Dallas Moms Blog a local business that provides moms with the convenience and ease of having fresh food and meals delivered straight to your door– Schwan’s Home Service.

As you start to think about the upcoming school year, and ways to get involved with your children’s programming, I’m happy to share with you another way that Schwan’s provides a service to their communities — Schwan’s Cares.

SchwansCaresWhat is Schwan’s Cares?

Schwan’s Cares : A Fundraising Network is a fundraising program that allows you to raise money for an organization or group you’re passionate it about! And they make fundraising so easy! All it takes is 3 easy steps.

When you start a fundraising campaign, there are NO upfront costs–you pay nothing to set up and run the campaign.

During the 30-45 period following the set up, spread the word about Schwan’s using their online invitation, and your group will earn 20% on EVERY purchase made through Schwan’s Online Ordering.

If you’d  like to do a little more, $25 eCertificates are available to sell, and 40% of each eCertificate will come back to your organization (1 per person, per campaign).

After the 30-45 day active period, Schwan’s Cares will then give 5% throughout the rest of the year, so that you can continue to reach your goal while you’re not actively fundraising.

Who can sign up?

If your program is looking for a different way to fundraise, Schwan’s Cares is able to help! They encourage the following types of organizations to sign up:

  • Sports Teams & Associations
  • Missions, Faith, and Church groups
  • Non-Profits & Charities
  • Education, Schools & Learning Institutions
  • Community & Neighborhoods
  • PTA Fundraising

So this year, instead of rolling out the wrapping paper, talk to your organization’s leader about a unique type of fundraiser that will benefit your group on a large level and make dinner easier on friends and families!

To read all the details on how to register for Schwan’s Cares, visit their website here.


Interested in giving Schwan’s a try for yourself, Dallas Moms Blog readers can take advantage of a special discount with your order!

Use the coupon code “AMANDA2″ for $5.00 off of $25.00 or $10.00 off of $50.00.

(And shhhh…. Here is a secret big spenders savings “AMANDA15” will get you $15 off $75.00!) 

** This post has been sponsored by Schwan’s Home Delivery to share their latest community effort. All opinions are 100% our own, and we stand behind the businesses/products we endorse. 

*** Dallas Moms Blog nor Schwan’s encourages Door-to-Door fundraising.

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2 Responses to Fundraise For Your Program Through Schwan’s Cares

  1. jeanie July 1, 2014 at 11:44 am #

    Thanks for the info on Schwan’s.
    I just ordered with them and did receive the $15.00 discount!
    Great timing!!

    • Krystal Hurst
      Krystal Hurst July 1, 2014 at 2:47 pm #

      So glad it worked for you! They’re a great way to save time in the Kitchen!

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