Pop-Up Fundraising Apparel Store

Create Pop-Up Fundraising Apparel Store

Fundraising Solutions for
Schools, Sports Teams and

Start raising funds for your organization with our pop-up fundraising apparel store! Small businesses, non-profits and community organizations are adversely affected during COVID-19. Therefore it is our hope with our experience in promotional products and merchandising, we can help them get through these tough times. A simple T-shirt can create incentives in fundraising efforts. When communities come together we can help each other in a big way.

Our simple fundraising solution is for anyone from non-profits, schools to sports team. By keeping the campaign simple and time-limited, the pop-up fundraising company store can go live and see results quickly. We will take care of the mockup, production and shipping of the shirts. All you have to do is use our graphics and URL to share on social media and email. Finally, the net proceeds will be disbursed to you to help those who really needs it. It’s that easy!

  • ZERO Setup
  • ZERO Upfront Costs
  • ZERO Inventory
  • Supply us with your logo for your free mockups
  • Choose shirt colors from Bella Canvas
  • Approve the mockup
  • Determine your fundraising period (2-4 weeks)
  • Share the fundraising store link via social media and emails
  • Shirts are produced at the end of the fundraising period, and shipped to all who purchased
  • Receive your payout
Pop-Up Fundraising Apparel Store

See a Demo

Play around with our demo store to see how it easy and effective your fundraiser can be!

Our Simple Pricing

Choose 1 or 2 color imprint to determine your cost. Sell a minimum of 12 shirts. 

For example, you create a t-shirt with 1 color imprint. Your supporters will buy the shirts at $25 each + shipping. Earn $13 for each shirt sold. In a nutshell, when you sell 50 shirts, you will raise $650 for your cause!



Ready to start Your Pop-Up Fundraising Apparel Store?

No setup • No Upfront Costs • No inventory • Risk-Free

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