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What to expect with a chocolate fundraiser…

Do you buy the chocolate upfront?

In most cases you don’t have to pay for the chocolate upfront. We order chocolate, run the fundraiser and then remit payment when finished. Unopened cases can be credited off invoice and sent back to WFC.

Parent/Student Letter:

The only paperwork students have with this fundraiser is a single parent letter. This letter has important dates, incentives, and a permission slip. Upon returning a signed permission slip, participants are issued a case of chocolate.

Costs/Shipping/Taxes:

The only added cost associated with chocolate is $95 shipping. You can avoid this charge if product is picked up in Boise. Idaho requires taxes on chocolate sales so plan on taxes unless an ST101 is supplied to WFC.

Product Delivery:

Delivery of the chocolate will come prior to our start date. I will help you place and order and schedule a delivery date. WFC accepts returns with the stipulation being cases were kept safe, smoke free, unopened and in resaleable condition. Leftover cases must be returned within 30 days of delivery to receive full credit.

Prizes/Incentives:

You will receive 1 free case for every 25 cases invoiced. The free chocolate would be treated just like all of the other chocolate in the sense that it will be sold over the course of the sale. For example, 10 cases of free chocolate produces $600 once sold. That $600 would then be used to pay for our incentive program. I can pay for all of the incentives upfront and bill you for them once everything is complete. If you want to handle prizes, great! I have suggestions and have proven ways to help motivate the kids without spending a lot of money.

Kickoff Presentation:

Presentations are crucial in both educating and motivating the participants. Going over the do’s and don’ts of a chocolate sale will help safeguard you from any avoidable errors. We can do an in-person kickoff or virtual without disrupting your normal schedule.

Your responsibilities:

  • Parent letter approval, money collection and case distribution
  • All money collected is deposited to your bank, payment to WFC afterwards
  • Record-keeping and money collection can easily make this fundraiser a nightmare if not done properly.
  • In the first week, 75% of the work will be done and you’ll be busy checking out cases, collecting money and recording sales. After the first week, things will lighten up a great deal.


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