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Updated: June 28th, 2017

We’re so glad you’re here!

You have come to the perfect place to raise money and awareness for the people and causes you care about. Our mission at Booster is to make the process of designing, selling, and fundraising simple and easy from start to finish and help you raise the maximum profit for your cause. Whether it’s for a non-profit, a friend in need, a local animal shelter, or anything in between, we are here to take all the pressure off of you and help make your campaign a success!

Tips & Tricks

Booster is completely free to set up and easy to use, so getting started is a breeze! There are a few things to keep in mind when thinking about setting up your booster:

  •  Be thorough

Be sure to be thinking about what you want to convey to your supporters throughout your campaign. From your shirt design to your story and overall page layout, you’ll want to make sure to think about what you want people to see and understand about your cause when they look at your page at a glance, and when they take a closer look. Don’t feel like you need to hurry through the setup process and get your booster out as quickly as possible. The more thought you put into your booster page, the more success you’ll likely have!

Some questions to ask yourself as you’re completing each step:

  • What do I want people to think, see, and feel when they look at my shirt design?
  • How can I pull people in and make them understand my story?
  • How can I add personalized touches to my booster page?
  •  Don’t rush

Don’t get overwhelmed by any single step during the setup process. There’s a lot to think about when you’re setting up your booster, and you’ll want to make sure each section is complete. If you need to stop and think about the design, story, or any other step, save your booster as a draft and come back to it later! There is absolutely no rush to launch your booster, and everything is saved under your account, so make sure it’s just the way you want it before you make it live.

  •    Be prepared to get personal

The more personal you make your story, the more likely people will relate to you, understand why you’re raising money and awareness for your cause, and want to help you reach your goal. Be sure to explain what you’re raising money for and why you’re passionate about it!

  •    Filling in the blanks

A few other things to keep in mind while you’re setting up your campaign:

What’s my timeline?

Think about how long you’ll need to run this campaign, promote it to your supporters, and sell enough shirts to reach your print minimum. We’ve seen our most successful boosters run anywhere from 2-4 weeks. This will allow enough time to promote your campaign and give your supporters enough time to support the booster, but will be short enough to get the shirts out quickly to your supporters. Keep in mind that shirts are usually delivered about 12 working days after a booster closes, so if you have a tight deadline, or an event date you’d like to have the shirts in time for, you’ll need to leave enough time between the end of your booster and your event date.


What’s my goal?

How much money do you want to raise? How many people do you think you’ll be able to reach, and how many of those people do you think will buy a shirt from your booster? Your goal is a motivating factor for you and your supporters, and can be changed throughout the campaign as you reach certain milestones. Make sure your goal is reasonable, but aggressive.


Updated: June 28th, 2017

You can now add up to 5 additional products to your campaign while creating your design! This means that there’s no interruption between designing your Booster and launching your campaign.

To add additional products, click the More Products button in the bottom right of the design lab. A new section will show up at the bottom, which allows you to choose either another color for your main product or an entirely different product and color altogether.

One thing to keep in mind is that if you change your main product, then your additional products will also change to other products in the same family.So if you start with a Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt, you’ll have options like a Gildan Ladies T-shirt or Gildan 50/50 Hooded Sweatshirt. But if you change your main product to a Hanes Long Sleeve T-shirt, then your options change to Hanes products like their T-shirt or 50/50 Sweatshirt.

So if you start with a Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt, you’ll have options like a Gildan Ladies T-shirt or Gildan 50/50 Hooded Sweatshirt. But if you change your main product to a Hanes Long Sleeve T-shirt, then your options change to Hanes products like their T-shirt or 50/50 Sweatshirt.

After you select a color for your additional product, you can add a second (or third or fourth or fifth) product by clicking the next + Product/Color button.

To remove an additional product, simply hit the next to Product/Color.


Updated: August 14th, 2017

A crowdfunding campaign is an essential tool in a nonprofit’s online fundraising arsenal. Crowdfunding can be a successful fundraiser on its own or paired with an event to build even more momentum and excitement.

If you’re looking for a website to host your crowdfunding campaign, you’ve probably encountered the multitude of crowdfunding sites that cater to all different kinds of projects, and some aren’t always ideal for organizations or charitable causes. 

Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of crowdfunding websites that your nonprofit can use. You’ll find that these crowdfunding sites have features that work particularly well for nonprofits and schools trying to reach their goals.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s get right into the websites!

Sell t-shirts and raise funds with Booster, a crowdfunding website for nonprofits.

1. Booster

The Basics:

Booster is a crowdfunding platform with a twist: you can sell custom designed t-shirts.

Donors can purchase a t-shirt and make additional donations if they wish. With the added incentive of receiving a shirt, donors will be more persuaded to give. Plus, when supporters wear your shirt, they’ll be promoting your campaign to everyone who sees them.

Booster campaigns are often paired with an event (like a walkathon, marathon, or cycling event) where supporters can wear their shirts and celebrate the success of your campaign. 

Why We Love It:

With Booster, nonprofits don’t have to worry about managing inventory. Booster handles the printing and distribution of the shirts — all you have to do is create your designs. Plus, you’ll only pay for merchandise you need, which means there’s no risk of leftover stock.

Booster provides quality t-shirts (in up to 5 designs per campaign) and user-friendly fundraising pages that help set nonprofits up for success.


While nonprofits can create a campaign for free, Booster deducts the printing and operating costs from each t-shirt and charges a 2.9% processing fee for additional donations.

Bonus: Start a Booster campaign today!


Check out Fundly's website to learn more about crowdfunding for nonprofits.



Fundraise with Fundly's crowdfunding website for nonprofits and individuals.

2. Fundly

The Basics:

Both nonprofits and individuals can raise money for nearly any cause, event, or project with Fundly. The platform is incredibly easy to use for campaign creators and supporters.

Along with a visual fundraising thermometer that tracks your campaign’s progress, each page includes large social sharing buttons to encourage supporters to spread the word. 

All of Fundly’s fundraising pages are mobile friendly, making it easy (and convenient!) for donors to read your story and make a contribution from any device.

Why We Love It:

The Fundly team believes that every campaign should be a winner. That’s why they use the “keep-it-all” approach. Even if you don’t reach your goal, you get to keep all the funds you’ve raised.

Nonprofits also have the option to include rewards in their campaigns. Supporters can receive incentives like branded merchandise or tickets to a nonprofit’s event based on their gift size.

Perhaps your nonprofit is new to crowdfunding. Don’t worry! Fundly has a blog chock-full of fundraising resources to help you.


Fundly charges a 4.9% platform fee to use their crowdfunding service and 2.9% + $.30 per transaction for payment processing.


Learn more about Fundly's crowdfunding website or start campaign today!



Razoo is a crowdfunding website where nonprofits can build a community.

3. Razoo

The Basics:

Razoo was created to give organizations a voice and a platform where they can seek funds.

The campaigns on Razoo have raised over $500 million dollars (and plenty of awareness) for a wide range of causes. 

Nonprofits can build a customized profile to raise money and connect with their communities. Razoo’s goal is to help you build an online community by showcasing those who have already supported your campaign and displaying your progress with a fundraising thermometer.

Why We Love It:

Razoo has an easy-to-use platform that includes a few unique features to help nonprofits raise funds.

For instance, supporters have the option to tip campaign creators for their effort, which can be put right back into your cause. If you’re looking for a way to show supporters how the funds will be used, Razoo has a pie chart tool that breaks down the areas that the money will go toward. 


Razoo will only collect 4% of your nonprofit’s donations, and to process payments, they charge a fee of 2.9% +$.30 for credit card payments.


Razoo is a crowdfunding website for nonprofits and individuals.


If your nonprofit has a creative project that needs funding, Indiegogo is the crowdfunding website for you.

4. Indiegogo

The Basics:

Nonprofits looking to launch creative projects should try Indiegogo.

Since the platform focuses on artistic projects, it won’t work for every organization. That’s why the Indiegogo team created a website dedicated to socially minded fundraising called Generosity.

Your organization can create a campaign on either platform as they’re both easy-to-use, and setting up a campaign only takes minutes.

Both sites integrate with your social media accounts so you can set up automated posts promoting your campaign.

Why We Love It:

When you create a campaign, you’ll have the support of the customer happiness agents — a team of professionals with years of fundraising experience.


To create a campaign on Indiegogo, you’ll have to pay a 5% platform fee and a 3% transaction fee per donation.

Nonprofits will have better luck fundraising on Generosity, a free platform. Nonprofits will be charged a payment processing fee of 3% +$.30 for every donation.


Learn more about the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform on their website.


Crowdfunding websites for nonprofits like USEED build page that's completely customized.


The Basics:

USEED creates crowdfunding pages specifically for students and faculty looking to raise money for their schools.

While USEED’s crowdfunding website isn’t specifically targeted to nonprofits, students or faculty can create campaigns to help fund different school-related causes.

The beautifully designed pages are optimized to give the donor the best experience with pages that centralize around your cause and narrative.

Why We Love It:

If you’re looking for a crowdfunding platform that will design a custom page for you, then USEED is a good option. Their team works hard to assess your project’s needs and develop a page that matches your brand.


To learn more about costs, you can request more information on the USEED website.

Check out USEED's website to learn more information about their crowdfunding services.



Scalefunder is a crowdfunding website for nonprofits and schools.

6. ScaleFunder

The Basics:

ScaleFunder has two different fundraising features: their crowdfunding module and giving day module. Nonprofits can use the crowdfunding module to set up multiple campaigns. With the giving day module, you can set up a day-long fundraising campaign.

ScaleFunder has helped over 100 nonprofits (and universities) fund over 1,000 different projects, and the team is constantly looking to improve their technology so organizations can raise more.

Why We Love It:

ScaleFunder isn’t just a crowdfunding website, but a full fundraising ecosystem that helps nonprofits raise money year-round. Both their crowdfunding and event-based giving day module work together to help your nonprofit raise awareness and funds. 


Visit the ScaleFunder website and complete the contact form to receive more information about pricing.


Check out the ScaleFunder website to learn more about their crowdfunding services.



Tiltify combines gaming and fundraising into a viral crowdfunding platform.

7. Tiltify

The Basics:

Tiltify combines crowdfunding with the intensely popular pastime — video games. The platform has a similar approach to peer-to-peer fundraising: celebrities, athletes, and gamers can live stream themselves playing video games to raise money on behalf of their favorite charities.

Your nonprofit can create a profile on the Tiltify site, and “tilters,” or people who play games for social good, can create a campaign for the nonprofit they’d like to support. Anyone (gamers and viewers) can donate and watch the videos.

Why We Love It:

It’s incredibly easy for your nonprofit to set up an account. All you have to do is describe your cause, set a time frame for your fundraiser, and make a goal. Your nonprofit’s progress is displayed on your profile along with all the campaigns supporting your cause.

The gamers and online celebrities that create campaigns in support of your cause encourage their dedicated fan bases to contribute, which will raise even more awareness for your cause and bring in new donors. 


Nonprofits will pay a 5% service fee that goes towards improving the site. Depending on which third-party payment processor you choose (First Giving or PayPal), you’ll also pay their payment processing fee.


Learn more about the Tiltify crowdfunding website.


Now that you have a few options of crowdfunding websites that work for nonprofits, you’re ready to start your own campaign.

Consider the features that you need as well as the price before you make your final decision.

If want more information on crowdfunding, check out the following additional resources: 

  • Crowdfunding StrategiesPicking the right platform is only one part of a successful campaign. Learn more best practices to help you reach your goals.
  • Top 5 Websites Like GoFundMeIf you’re thinking about starting a crowdfunding campaign, you’ve probably heard of GoFundMe. What you might not know is there are plenty of crowdfunding websites that could be better suited for your organization.
  • 70+ Product Fundraising IdeasWhy not supplement your crowdfunding campaign by selling branded merchandise? Use this resource to find even more product fundraising ideas.

Now that you've read these fundraising event resources, get started with our t-shirt fundraiser!


Updated: June 28th, 2017

Promoting your campaign is super important if you want to raise as much awareness and funds for your campaign as possible.

I came up with 3 quick and easy tips that you can use to promote your campaign.

1) Share your campaign on social media

We have a one-click button you can use to share your campaign right on Facebook.

facebook share

You can also copy the link to and use it to share on Twitter, Reddit, your Instagram profile, Google+ (is that still a thing?), or others. You should definitely share your campaign multiple times during your campaign and ask your strongest supporters to share as well.

2) Email your friends and family

I recommend doing this right when you launch your campaign and before you’ve started promoting it on social media.

email share button

It’s also a good idea to let your friends and family know about your campaign a week or two before you send them the email so it’s not out of the blue.

Hopefully you’ll be able to get some early sales through your friends and family. Then once you share your campaign on social, people are more likely to support something that others have already supported.

Getting these early sales will help you build the momentum to make that happen and will help make you even more successful!

3) Create some good, old-fashioned printed flyers

You can easily create some flyers using Word or Google Docs. They could be as simple as using 2-4 images of your items with the price and your campaign’s link underneath. It doesn’t hurt to include an end date to help create a sense of urgency.

flyer example

The best places to hang them up are in community spaces where people already know you. Just make sure that you have permission or see if there’s a specific area where you should post them.

4) Bonus tip

However you choose to promote your campaign, always remember to be polite and don’t be spammy. You don’t want to annoy people who may help you now or in the future.

Now take these tips and get your Booster campaign out there!


Updated: June 28th, 2017

Top 10 Ways to Enhance Your Yearbook T-Shirts

Each year, the yearbook club works tirelessly to plan, organize, orchestrate, and finally get those precious annuals out to the masses.

It’s a pretty thankless job (albeit a super fun and exhilarating one!).

But do you know what makes every daunting task just a little bit brighter?

Fun, funky, fantastic T-shirts, that’s what!

Get your own yearbooks T-shirts and spice up your school year with these top 10 tips:

  1. Make T-Shirts an Annual Tradition.
  2. Create a Crowdfunding Page for Your T-Shirts.
  3. Take Advantage of Social Media.
  4. Invest in a Variety of Colors and Styles.
  5. Have Students Text in Suggestions.
  6. Make Your T-Shirts Funny (and Punny).
  7. Incorporate Student Art and Designs.
  8. Flaunt Your Shirts All Around Campus.
  9. Sell Them With Other Fundraising Products.
  10. Give the Adviser a Personalized Shirt!

If you’re on yearbook staff, you know there’s no time like the present. Let’s dive right in!

Make T-Shirts an Annual Tradition

1. Make T-Shirts an Annual Tradition.

Just as football players, cheerleaders, and yes, even band members, get a yearly upgrade in their uniforms, so should the yearbook committee!

Pulling together the yearbook takes skill, stamina, and most importantly— spunk. We’d say that definitely qualifies staffers as athletes.

Think about it this way: sports are all about games. Games are all about strategy and timing.

What takes more strategy and timing than creatively chronicling an entire school year’s events…as they’re happening?

All of this is just to say: yearbook committees deserve to have shirts to commemorate and honor the work they do.

And that’s why your yearbook staff should institute an annual T-shirt fundraising tradition.

Folks who want to buy yearbook shirts can do so throughout the year, and the proud members of the committee can sport them around campus as promotion as well as spirit-wear.

To sum it up: Making yearbook T-shirts an annual event will give your whole school something to look forward to— and your club members something to be proud of!

In need of some help planning a T-shirt fundraising event? Look no further than Booster’s Ultimate Guide to Planning a Fundraising Event.

Create a Crowdfunding Page for Your T-Shirts

2. Create a Crowdfunding Page for Your T-Shirts.

How do you bring T-shirts (which have been around for as long as memory serves) into the 21st century?

It’s pretty simple, actually.

You introduce really neat technology, like crowdfunding pages, that help your yearbook committee:

  • Keep track of the number of shirts sold.
  • Tell your story and customize the way it’s displayed.
  • Purchase only the merchandise you can reasonably sell.
  • Share and market your T-shirt fundraiser on social media.

If you know anything about crowdfunding, you know that its success is dependent on individuals spreading the word to their respective social networks.

That’s why it’s important to choose a platform that has social sharing capabilitiesDonors can support your cause by giving and sharing your campaign with their peers. 

You should also choose a platform with mobile-friendly fundraising pages so that supporters can view your crowdfunding campaign on any device.

As soon as the yearbook committee has created a crowdfunding page through a company like Booster, the members of the club can then start sending the link to their friends, families, and other classmates.

Those friends and family members, in turn, will purchase their very own shirts— and possibly even send the link on to their own friends and acquaintances.

Before you know it, your T-shirt crowdfunding page will have made the rounds throughout the community.

To sum it up: In order to bring your T-shirt fundraiser into the modern day, your yearbook club can create an easily shareable crowdfunding page.

Take Advantage of Social Media

3. Take Advantage of Social Media.

Now that we’ve gone over crowdfunding pages, we can talk a little more in depth about how you can leverage your existing networks to enhance your future T-shirt sales.

Social media is one of the most powerful tools at your disposal, and luckily, the students in yearbook club are already well-versed in how to use it.

They’re Facebook fanatics, Instagram insomniacs, and Snapchat super-fans.

To make the most of this slight obsession, be sure that you’re also on board with the latest trends.

Trends like:

  • Hashtagging on Facebook. Once reserved for Twitter feeds, hashtagging has become a standard way of organizing conversations on Facebook, too. In order to have the most exposure for your T-shirt sales, create a unique (but still memorable) hashtag for the campaign.
  • Using GIFs on Instagram. Several new apps allow Instagram users to transform their static pictures into moving images (GIFs). It’s pretty stellar technology, especially if you’re trying to capture the brief excitement of a moment. Try employing this method to promote your T-shirt fundraiser.
  • Enabling multiple filters on Snapchat. Up your Snapchat game by adding multiple filters to your snaps at once. Being able to add layers of meaning and design to a snap will broaden the possibilities for advertising your upcoming yearbook T-shirt sale.

Of course, there are dozens more tips and tricks that you can follow to make the most of social media marketing, but these are just the most relevant to T-shirt fundraising.

To sum it up: Social media can be an incredibly useful tool to have in your repertoire, and it’s even more handy when you know just how to use it.

Invest in a Variety of Colors and Styles

4. Invest in a Variety of Colors and Styles.

While you’re busy raising money for and with this year’s yearbook, you might not be thinking about the infinite possibilities for the colors and styles of the club’s T-shirts.

But that’s a mistake for two major reasons:

  • Having a variety of colors and sizes will broaden your reach with the student body.
  • Giving the yearbook committee the freedom to choose means more creativity all around.

The more colors and styles you provide for those interested in your T-shirt fundraiser, the more likely students will be to end up purchasing one (or two or three).

Let’s say that you had just two colors and only one style.

A few students are pretty enthusiastic about the fundraiser, but they’re bummed because there are so few options to choose from.

Maybe it’s the dead of winter, and they were looking forward to sporting a nice long-sleeved version of the shirt. But your club has only provided a short-sleeved option.

That situation could easily have been remedied by investing in more styles, from winter chic to summer cool— and everything in between.

Not only is it important to have several options in order to interest the most students, it’s also crucial for enhancing the creativity of your yearbook committee.

You let them have fairly free rein when it comes to the design of the yearbook. Why not extend that same freedom as far as T-shirts are concerned?

Allowing the club’s members to have greater freedom of expression with regard to their apparel will, in turn, fuel their creative juices in the yearbook planning room.

It’s a win-win situation!

To sum it up: Providing multiple options for T-shirt colors and styles not only gives your fundraising campaign greater reach, it also enhances the creativity of the yearbook committee’s members.

Have Students Text in Suggestions

5. Have Students Text in Suggestions.

If you’ve worked with students for more than five minutes, you know how much they love texting.

And for good reason: texting is convenient, quick, and easy. (Just take a look at Qgiv’s texting statistics).

As you’re planning your yearbook T-shirt fundraiser, you may want to think about combining texting with the design process.

This means allowing students to text in their (serious) suggestions for the yearbook T-shirt designs to a designated phone number.

You’re probably thinking, “But how do we keep students from texting in non-serious suggestions?”

The solution is to provide incentives for the best entries.

You can offer up the chance to win:

  • A free shirt.
  • An extra hall pass.
  • A pizza party for the winner’s class.
  • Or whatever other prize you think might be fitting!

When students know that a positive incentive is on the line, they’re far more likely to participate and also less inclined to joke around.

To sum it up: Giving your students the opportunity to text in suggestions for T-shirt designs is sure to yield fantastic, innovative results.

Make Your T-Shirts Funny (And Punny)

6. Make Your T-Shirts Funny (and Punny).

When your staff shows off their shirts in the halls, you want the other students to remember them, talk about them, and buy them!

That’s why it’s super important that your T-shirts are not only quality (and come in a variety of colors and sizes), they must also be entertaining and fun.

Sprinkle your shirts with great puns like:

  • “Crop it like it’s hot.”
  • “So fonts-y.”
  • “Yearbook: Helvetica good time.”

You don’t have to limit your creativity to just verbal puns; you can also dabble in visual humor.

One great example would be creating a shirt that says, “Get the leading out” with several different levels of leading (space). Those who are in the know about yearbook vocab will find it hilarious, and those who need to freshen up will probably be curious enough to ask.

In any case, funny— and punny— yearbook shirts spark conversations, and therefore, interest in the club itself.

To sum it up: Make sure that your yearbook shirts capture the attention and hearts of both members and non-members by experimenting with wordplay and playing around with visual puns.

Incorporate Student Art and Designs

7. Incorporate Student Art and Designs.

Art is an integral part of a well-rounded education. It teaches students the importance of patience, the freedom of self-expression, and the discipline of experimenting with different mediums.

Student art is included in yearbooks, so why should it not also be incorporated into the yearbook’s shirt designs?

We mentioned earlier that the yearbook committee ought to allow students to text in their suggestions for the shirts.

As a part of that initiative, you might also want to open the contest up to your school’s resident artists. Chances are, many of them would love to have their work displayed on hundreds of shirts around campus.

In order to harness this amazing creativity, you’ll want to create an adjoining contest to your existing texting competition.

Get the great ideas flowing by offering more prizes for the winner of the art and design contest, like:

  • Art supplies.
  • An extra free period.
  • A featured plaque in the hallway.
  • Or any other prize your school administration approves of!

You won’t be sorry you enlisted the help of these future Picassos and Rembrandts!

To sum it up: Allowing students to enter their very own designs and art to be featured on the yearbook T-shirts is another awesome way to get the whole school involved with your fundraiser.

Flaunt Your Shirts Around Campus

8. Flaunt Your Shirts All Around Campus.

Speaking of getting the whole school involved, yet another marvelous way to enhance your yearbook T-shirt fundraiser is to flaunt the first batch around campus.

There’s no better marketing tactic than peer pressure.

Okay, not that kind of peer pressure. This is the positive kind, the kind that encourages more kids to get involved in raising money for their school.

So how do you get the dominoes falling in the right direction?

It starts with getting the first round of T-shirts shipped early.

Those who ordered their shirts before everyone else will obviously have first priority.

On the day that the shirts arrive, encourage everyone who received theirs early to wear them loudly and proudly for the rest of the day.

The students who haven’t purchased shirts yet will see those who did walking down the hallway or sitting in the cafeteria, and they’ll inevitably be jealous of the cool new swag!

That jealousy will lead them to go out and place their orders immediately. Because, let’s be honest, everyone just wants to fit in, and there’s nothing wrong with that…especially when it benefits your school’s yearbook!

To sum it up: One of the best ways to get more students interested in purchasing yearbook T-shirts is to have the first several students to buy them show them off all over the school.

Sell Them With Other Fundraising Products

9. Sell Them With Other Fundraising Products.

A peanut butter sandwich without jelly is just sad— it’s dry and salty and boring. But when you add a little bit of strawberry or grape, the results are truly amazing.

PB&Js are one of the most classic combos in history.

Your yearbook committee can easily replicate that kind of groundbreaking pairing by selling your T-shirts along with other fundraising products.

When you’re trying to sell more T-shirts, it helps to sell tasty candy bars alongside them.

Or maybe your students aren’t particularly interested in candy (what are the chances of that, though?), you could also try selling savory snacks, like beef jerky.

You could also bypass food-related fundraisers altogether by trying out:

  • Stuffed animals.
  • Scratch cards.
  • Tumblers.
  • Candles.

Whatever you choose to offer up, having twice the product means having twice the promotional opportunity.

Interested in more product fundraising ideas that would work well with T-shirt fundraisers? Take a few minutes to glance over this extensive list of product fundraising ideas.

To sum it up: Two products are better than one. Selling another fundraising product with your T-shirts gives your campaign double the chances of success.

Give the Adviser a Personalized Shirt

10. Give the Adviser a Personalized Shirt!

As much as the yearbook committee strives for perfection and works their tails off throughout the year, the adviser is there every step of the way.

On any given day, the yearbook adviser can be found:

  • Cheering on the club.
  • Giving sage advice.
  • Lending a helping hand.
  • Stepping back when necessary.

In every sense of the word, the adviser is the yearbook committee’s coach.

Tradition dictates that the coach gets a special shirt or a personalized uniform. It only makes sense, then, that your yearbook club’s adviser should get their own customized T-shirt with their name (or nickname) printed across the back.

A personalized shirt is a sign of gratitude, yes, but it’s also a symbol of camaraderie.

Your adviser has been through the thick of it with the yearbook committee. They deserve the recognition that comes with that status— as well as a reminder that they’re a part of something truly awesome!

To sum it up: Show your yearbook adviser how much their hard work and dedication has meant to your organization all year by giving them a customized T-shirt.

From this post, hopefully you’ve gained some great new ideas for brightening up and improving your yearbook’s T-shirt fundraiser. Happy yearbooking!

Need more ideas for profitable school fundraisers? Booster has you covered with this extensive list of creative ways to raise money all over campus.




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