DP Campaign Overview 2017-10-18T16:48:24+00:00

DP Campaign Overview

Disaster Plasters

WHY DISASTER PLASTERS?
Disaster Plasters are an easy to sell, everyday product for fundraising. They are great quality and cost less than leading supermarket plaster brands. 100% of the profit from a fundraising campaign goes directly back to your school.

HOW IT WORKS
Purse Pack of 20 plasters
Each student is provided with a bag of 10 purse packs of plasters to sell into their communities. Students can sell as many packs as they like. Money collected from sales is placed into the envelope provided and returned to the school office. Prizes are awarded to students and classes to encourage sales.

Box of 50 plasters
Each student is provided with a carry pack of 15 boxes of plasters to sell into their communities. Students can sell as many packs as they like. Money collected from sales is placed into the envelope provided and returned to the school office. Prizes are awarded to students and classes to encourage sales.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOUR SCHOOL?
Purse Pack of 20 plasters
The individual purse packs of 20 Disaster Plasters sell for $3.00 each.
$1.50 from every purse pack sold goes directly back to your school.
That means each bag of 10 purse packs sold will return $15.00 to your school.

Box of 50 plasters
The individual boxes of 50 Disaster Plasters sell for $5.00 each.
$2.00 from every box sold goes directly back to your school.
That means each pack of 15 boxes sold will return $30.00 to your school.
Many classrooms have raised over $1,000 and some more than $2,000.

WHO WILL BUY THE DISASTER PLASTERS?
1. Family, friends and neighbours (please take an adult if selling in your street).
2. All businesses have first aid kits and plasters are the most used item.
3. Parents can help by taking them to work and selling them.
4. A stall on the main street, retirement villages, social media and asking local retailers to sell boxes have all worked successfully.

PRIZES
There is a lot to be said for the feeling kids get from working together for a common cause but we have found that the promise of some great prizes can make the difference between a good fundraising event and a great one.

SATISFACTION
There is a lot to be said for the feeling kids get from working together for a common cause.