May 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM
EAST ORANGE, NJ – For a long time, fundraising has been perceived as a gap-filler for non-profits seeking a short-term fix to “keep the doors open” during an economic downturn. In today’s world, non-profit organizations such as Sierra House realize that developing successful fundraising strategies is a smart business choice that ensures long-term sustainability for non-profit organizations and the people who depend on their services.
This month, Sierra House is introducing this valuable fundraising tool to other non-profits, including schools, sports teams, and community groups, as a way to sustain themselves by selling cookie dough. ”Cookie dough sales are a fun and highly effective way to raise money that brings families together, and raises community awareness about your organization,” says Sierra House founder, Keely Freeman.