Fundraising… Nobody likes it! At Snap Raise, they help teams raise money without the need to sell products. After 20 minutes of minimal work, your fundraiser is over.
- The athletes who participate in Snap fundraisers raise an average of $335
- The average donation is $59
But don’t take their word for it, hear it from other coaches:
Snap fundraisers grow by the power of social media. Their platform utilizes the power of email, Facebook, Twitter, text messages and YouTube to share your team’s campaign with donors all over the world. You will have a hands on fundraising coach who will guide you through the entire fundraising process along with full time in-office support. Snap’s Washington reps are all former WIAA athletes who want to impact their communities by giving WIAA teams the resource to keep the most money possible while focusing first on their academics and athletics, not fundraising.
- Gino Simone – Greater Seattle: Former Skyline High School athlete
- Andrei Lintz – Bellingham: Former Meridian High School athlete, MHS basketball coach
- Sam Bathurst – Tacoma: Former Charles Wright Academy athlete
- Jade Jordan – Eastern Washington: Former Richland High School athlete
- Tim Weber – Vancouver: Former Gonzaga Prep athlete
- Will Tyler – Seattle: Former Ballard High School athlete, BHS baseball coach
Security is extremely important to Snap. The fundraising pages are private and protected for your athletes' safety. Participant email contacts and donor information is strictly protected. Snap NEVER sell’s any donor information. Snap also use Authorize.net for credit card processing, the same processor as Chase Bank.
It’s incredibly important that start dates are scheduled within the first three weeks of the season. Don’t wait, Snap Rep schedules are filling up fast. Start the discussion now!
Remember, it’s free! What dates work for you?