Christmas Wreath Fundraisers for Schools, Groups, Clubs, Churches and Youth Groups

If you seek a way to raise money – let's talk!

We are located in the heart of evergreen country - the edge of the Willamette valley in western Oregon. From here we grow Christmas trees and produce wreaths, garlands, swags, and table centerpieces. This makes us a great source for fresh gift-giving ideas during the holiday season.

The Check List:

-Which fundraiser interests you:

         a)Christmas trees & Wreaths or

         b)Christmas Wreaths etc. alone?

-Approach: are you going to set up a retail lot or take orders in advance – or both?

-Location: do you have access to a good place for a tree lot or pick-up place?

-Create your list: Choose the products you wish to offer from our list.

-How will you promote? Teammates given tickets to sell? Mailing plus phone/email follow-up? – we can send you flyer samples and photos to help create your flyer.

-Be clear: be clearly realistic about your money raising goals (minimum? Optimum?).

Once you decide, we ask you to complete a Participation Form and email back to us.

We'll be happy to contact you and answer your questions.

Telephone:  503.931.5624

We also discuss delivery dates – usually either last Friday, Nov or 1st Friday, Dec Payment: we ask for an individual to take responsibility for the invoice and we ask for a deposit that covers freight. We ask for the balance in December 15-20.

CRAFT EVERGREENS. If you add at least $6 to our price and sell 100 wreaths you have a gross profit of $600. Furthermore, you have created a program that has a future! Minimum order is 100 pieces.

CHRISTMAS TREES. If you add $12 to your delivered price for Douglas firs and $18 for Noble firs and sell 100 trees, then you will likely have gross profit of $1300 plus the money you make from selling wreaths (if you are going to offer Christmas trees you should also offer wreaths etc). Minimum order is 200 trees (flexible for 1st year folks).

Thanks for giving me the opportunity to introduce (re-introduce?) ourselves to you. I hope in this brief time that I have given you reasons to continue this little adventure. If so, then let’s keep talking. I am only too happy to send you the names of customers who can vouch that we are good folks to work with. We’ll work together to make your fundraiser a success. Thanks & Best Regards, Ed Hallett, Manager www.WillametteEvergreen.com