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The Key to Successful Fundraising is…

By FlipGive, 11/08/22, 8:45AM EST


Maximizing team earnings is easier when everyone works together

Photo Credit: Heather Pollock Photography

Enrolling your child in hockey is a great way to teach them the principles of teamwork not only on the ice, but through fundraising as well. And with FlipGive, your team can raise thousands by earning cash back on things you’re already buying like gas, groceries and more!

Whether you’re new to FlipGive or a longtime user, there’s strength in numbers and maximizing your team earnings is made easier when everyone works together. 

Step 1: Create an Account and Invite Members

Once you’re set up with an account, you don’t have to stop at just inviting your team members! Your friends, family and co-workers can also support your child's team by joining and purchasing something they are already buying anyway, like a coffee from Tim Hortons. Every bit counts and goes towards reaching your fundraising goals. 

Don’t have an account? Sign up for FREE here!

Step 2: Apply for the Home Hardware Matching Grant

All OMHA teams are eligible for the Play More Matching Grant sponsored by Home Hardware! Sign up today and get a bonus $100 when you raise $100 on FlipGive. See Terms & Conditions, applications close November 25, 2022.

Step 3: Shop and Raise Thousands for Your Team

The Markham Waxers AA team easily raised $2,680.81 in just a few short months with 20 members shopping through FlipGive. Pretty good, right? And now is the perfect time to get everyone on board with the holidays right around the corner. Think Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Your team can earn thousands in that period alone!

Like the game of hockey itself, you’ll achieve your fundraising goals with FlipGive when your team works together. Grow your member list and watch your earnings grow even bigger!

Join FlipGive Today - It’s Free!

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