Aug 062013


I’ve participated in my share of fundraisers, so I know just how hard and stressful it can be to raise money.  Last year, my family put on a fundraiser for my Dad, who needed to raise money for a stem cell transplant that wasn’t completely covered by his insurance company.  It took several friends and family members, and a ton of food and prizes to make it all come together, and I remember it being very chaotic.    

Often times, it takes a whole lot of time and energy to put on a fundraiser, and it can leave you feeling completely exhausted in the end. It doesn’t always have to be that way, however. 

Teespring is a great new crowdfunding site, that allows you to design and sell custom apparel.  Anyone can use Teespring to design a shirt, which they can then sell via Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere else they wish to.  The seller keeps ALL of the profits from their sales!  Proceeds can be used for a fundraiser, or for personal use.  

The best thing about Teespring, is that the shirts are not printed or shipped out, until the Seller requests them to be.  That means they pay nothing up front, take no risks, and don’t have to deal with the headache or ordering too many or too few shirts!  

How simple does that sound?  I think this is an excellent way to raise money, and it won’t leave you feeling completely wiped out in the end.  Not to mention, how much fun would it be to design your very own shirt?!

Design Your Own Shirt to Raise Money with Teespring 

Here are a few examples of shirts others have created to raise money:  

A couple sold this “Love makes a family” shirt to raise money to adopt a child:

Love Makes a Family

This one included children’s and toddler’s shirts to raise money for an 11-year-old to sing in a children’s choir in Hungary:

Bunny Girl

This one raised over 85k for Boston relief:

Stay Strong Boston

So, head on over to Teespring to have some fun, and raise money at the same time!

What would your shirt design look like?


Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

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