The chocolate box fundraiser is one of the best-known and loved fundraising activities across the

Each year they are set up in schools all over the country, and raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for
local charities.

The idea is that each of the children in the school, along with their families, buy a chocolate (or sweets
or other treats) and put their money into an envelope and then each packet of chocolates has a name
on it. Then the children put the name of the child who they would like to buy the present for on their

The story usually goes that a teacher comes into the classroom on collection day with a big cardboard
box full of chocolates and sweets. The children put their envelopes into the box and then draw out
another envelope with a name on it. When all the names are pulled out a child gets a gift from everyone
in their class! It’s a very heart-warming story and makes for lovely pictures in the local papers.

While this kind of fundraising idea is still made possible, Go Club Fundraising is introducing you to a new
digital way to raise funds.

Go Club Fundraising has made a name for itself in a short time by simplifying fundraising for clubs. We
make it easy for clubs to reach a virtual audience and have them donate directly to your cause. No more
holding fundraising events, collecting money, reconciling the books and sending out receipts. We make
the process simple and effective.

Our turnkey digital fundraising platform launched week after a successful pilot with sport clubs across
Australia. By reducing the hassle of fundraising, we want to help clubs focus on what they do best,
building better athletes and creating a community around sport.

Go Club Fundraising is live and ready to help your club raise funds easily.

Sports clubs are always looking for ways to simplify their fundraising so they can use the money they
collect on their most important assets — their athletes and helping the community they’re part of. To
learn how Go Club Fundraising can help your club, get in touch with our friendly team today via