After a successful inaugural year, the Cookie Cutter Shop fundraising drive is back, helping to support schools across the country and liven up baking creations. With a huge range to choose from and a percentage of all sales going back to the school or club, the fun and innovative cookie cutter drive is a great way for communities to raise extra funding for schools.
From adorable animals to sporting shapes, the range on offer at the Cookie Cutter Shop guarantees that families will be able to find something they love. Made from stainless steel so they won’t rust, all Cookie Cutter Shop products are versatile too. As well as being used to cut out cookies in fun and eye-catching designs, they can be used for other food items and as crafty tools. They’re the perfect addition to family homes and children will love to come up with creative ways to use their favourite cutters.
Lisa Moulden, owner of Cookie Cutter Shop, said, “Our cookie cutter drive is a unique, alternative way for schools and families to raise some extra funding. Those that get involved have some new baking equipment to add to their collection and the school or club receives a portion of every spend, it’s a win-win. As an Australian based business, we wanted to help communities across the country and our fun drive is our solution.”
Schools and clubs that are eager to participate simply need to contact the Cookie Club Shop for catalogues and order forms that can be distributed to families. Once the order forms have been collected, the Cookie Club Shop handles the payment process and packages each order with a bonus cookie recipe before sending back to the school to hand out to excited customers awaiting their latest cookie cutters to add to their collection.
For every successful order, the Cookie Cutter Club donates 20% back to the school, allowing them to invest the funds in new equipment or activities. With cutters available from as little as $5, the cookie cutter drive presents an affordable way for everyone to get involved in the fundraising effort. Last year was the first time the firm ran the cookie cutter drive and it was so successful it’s set to become an annual event.
To find out more visit cookiecuttershop.com.au/.