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Canyons School District Fundraising Vendors are Invaluable.

Approved Fundraiser Vendors

Our schools, teams, and clubs are permitted to only work with businesses that have been vetted and are on our approved vendor list.

Become a Vendor

CSD requires all vendors to acquire authorization before contacting any CSD school or organization. Approval status will be determined after review and fulfillment of the following documents/requirements/disclosures listed below. 

How to become a vendor

Fundraising vendors that wish to offer their program/services to a school or organization within Canyons School District (CSD) must abide by the guidelines outlined below. For information about the District’s fundraising policy please visit Canyons School District’s Fundraising Policy

These guidelines are also intended to provide schools and organizations with the expectations Canyons School District has for all fundraising vendors.

Fundraising entities must also agree to the following:

  • No return emails can go to students’ personal email accounts; must instead go to a ‘dead’ email within the vendor’s system.
  • No individual student’s fundraising goal or amount that an individual raises will be shared publicly/online (i.e. no individual shaming). Only team goals/team totals can be shared.
  • Student photos/names cannot be posted on a leaderboard since CSD considers this to be student shaming. If your platform uses leaderboards, this feature either needs to be disabled, or student names/photos must be hidden/obfuscated.

A committee will assess the submitted documents. Once reviewed, the applicant will be notified of the committee’s decision, either receiving a fundraising approval letter or a notification of denial from the Foundation office.

Once approval is given and background checks have been cleared, vendors may set an appointment with appropriate school personnel as a way to introduce themselves and their program/service. Vendor representatives should be professional in their demeanor and respectful of their potential client’s time. Vendors may not disrupt class time or school instructional time to contact school personnel.

Receiving approval does not guarantee any vendor that a school or organization must meet with them, nor is it an endorsement of any product, service, or material. It is expected that all vendors will respect school administration and personnel and support an organization’s decision when it comes to choosing a fundraising program. Any violation of these expectations may result in a vendor losing the privilege of conducting business within Canyons School District.

Background Checks

  • A Background Check on all vendor representatives who will be entering schools. There is no charge for this.
  • Please allow up to a week for processing.
  • Include the names of your company reps submitting background checks to on your fundraising vendor application.

Documents Needed

  • Copy of your current business license
  • Photocopy of fundraising permit with the Utah Division of Consumer Protection (UDCP) or an exemption letter from same.  (Utah Code 13-22-2.11) 
  • Any marketing brochures, program information and documents related to the proposed fundraiser program
  • Copy of the parent permission slip, which includes the intent to take/use any team, individual, or group photo and any personally identifiable information; The Canyons District media release does not cover students participating in online fundraising
  • Your company's written contract (if applicable). The contract must be submitted with application as part of the review process
  • Disclosure of online security procedures for student information
  • Disclosure of the fee structure and details about different levels of service (if applicable)
  • Disclosure of how the accounting process happens at the school level 
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Application Fee

  • Application Fee of $50.00, payable to the Canyons Education Foundation. You can also pay online  – click the button below. 

Vendor Application

A committee will assess the submitted documents. Once reviewed, the applicant will be notified of the committee’s decision, either receiving a fundraising approval letter or a notification of denial from the Foundation office.

Once approval is given and background checks have been cleared, vendors may set an appointment with appropriate school personnel as a way to introduce themselves and their program/service. Vendor representatives should be professional in their demeanor and respectful of their potential client’s time. Vendors may not disrupt class time or school instructional time to contact school personnel.

Receiving approval does not guarantee any vendor that a school or organization must meet with them, nor is it an endorsement of any product, service, or material. It is expected that all vendors will respect school administration and personnel and support an organization’s decision when it comes to choosing a fundraising program. Any violation of these expectations may result in a vendor losing the privilege of conducting business within Canyons School District.

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Approved Fundraiser Vendor List

Chapman Walk
435-213-0494
chapman@aktivate.com 
www.aktivate.com

Fundraising Software

* Help schools with pre-created templates that are customizable to the individual coach*

Susie Carlson
801-792-5113 
scarlson@energy8.com 
www.apexfunrun.com

*Activity based fundraising events customized by sport (Basketball-Free Throw-a-thon, Cheer-Cheer Skills Challenge, etc.) with personal fundraising consultant, utilizing online collections.
Cost/Earnings:  Team/Clubs-most all teams receive 77-83% of the money raised (sliding scale, the more you make, the more you keep) + transaction fee of 3% and sponsors have the option to pay a $2 processing fee with each transaction, which generally covers the transaction fee + $50 for prizes.

Garn McMullin
801-910-4201
garn@apollostreams.com 

Mexican vanilla sales

Costs/Earnings: School/club/team gets $10 for each 1-liter bottle sold. Shipping costs extra.

Joy Pascol
908-447-3233
compliance@choosebooster.com
https://boosterthon.com/

Online pledge-based fitness program (fun run)

Costs/earnings: school/club/team/PTA pays $2000 base cost. Earn 50-85% of funds raised (depending on chosen service level & amount raised)

Samuel Craghead
801-602-8914 
sam.craghead@cfsbeds.com

Mattress, adjustable bed, pillow, mattress protector, and sheet sales; Drinkware sales, Crazy Socks sales, Discount Card sales 

Costs/Earnings:

Mattress sales – school gets $50-$125/mattress sold, $15 for each pillow/sheet sold, plus bonuses for volume sales

Online sales of drinkware – school receives $10 per unit sold

Crazy Socks sales – school receives $10 for each 3-pack sold

National Discount Card Sales – School receives $15 for each card sold

Joe DeHaan 
801-631-8182
joedehaan51@gmail.com

Cookie dough, caramel corn, popcorn, and easter chocolate sales

Costs/Earnings: school/club/team/PTA keeps 45% of retail price

Kristi Frevele

925-864-1021

kristi@eteamsponsor.com  
https://www.eteamsponsor.com/ 

Online donation platform

Participants connect with supporters from their devices.  Funds are remitted monthly until campaign is completed.

Edie Morgan
801-652-7263
ediemorgan@ezfundraisingutah.com
http://ezfundraisingutah.com/

Frozen butter braid pastry sales. Comes in six flavors.

Cookie Dough Sales.

Costs/Earnings: school/club/team/PTA purchases the pastries for $16 and get to keep 40%.

Cookie dough sales $20 and they get to keep 40%.

Sarah Bailey
559-280-1292
sarah@farmfreshfundraising.com 
www.farmfreshfundraising.com  

Produce (citrus) sales of oranges, grapefruit, clementines, etc.

Costs/Earnings: school/club/team/PTA purchases product for wholesale and sells it for higher price (typical earnings are 35-49% of total proceeds)

*Minimum  order of 1 pallet (104 boxes) to cover freight costs*

Mark Ibrahim 
801-580-0413 
Markibrahim6@gmail.com

 Product sales (cookie dough, drink tumblers, gourmet popcorn, chocolate pretzels, jerky) & Discount Card sales

Costs/Earnings:

Product sales – schools/clubs/teams keep 40% of proceeds

Discount merchant card sales –  schools/clubs/teams get 60%+ of proceeds

Donation solicitations – schools/clubs/teams get 80% of gross campaign

Joe Fangalua

801-743-1666

joe.fangalua@bbbsu.org

Friends of Big Brothers Big Sisters run used/new clothing drives to help support the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters

Matt Harrell
919-961-1116
matt@givebacks.com
https://givebacks.com

PTA’s will use software to build their own online crowdfunding sites.

*No subscription or setup costs*

Jeff Meek
801-571-1025
jeff.meek@ifa.coop
https://ifa.coop

*Fertilizer program sales- $20.00 for small bag program sales and $30.00 for big bag program sales*

Wen Wagstaff
801-834-1151
wenwagstaff@gmail.com 
https://www.papamurphys.com/   

Peel-a-Deal fundraising card sales (schools are charged $1 for each card)

Example: Buy 50 cards sell at $10 each =$500

Cost $50= $450 profit for school or club

Spirit Week (Wednesday-Saturday) Papa Murphy’s donates 15% of sales for that time period.

Stephanie Davern
952-843-8481
sdavern@read-a-thon.com

www.read-a-thon.com 

Online donation platform

Schools register. Families can create student accounts and share the information to receive donations.

Merry Monson

801-310-8745

draperroxberry@gmail.com
https://roxberryjuice.com

  • Spirit or Restaurant Nights, 20% of sales donated to the school.
  • Food truck night/School event come with pre-made smoothies (top 3 or 4 most popular flavors) 20 % of sales donated.
  • Teams/schools  can select a certain day and timeframe, 20% of the event is given back to school/team

Taylor Bingham
801-879-0336
taylor.bingham@schoolfundr.org
http://www.schoolfundr.org

  • Online fundraising platform.  
  • Cost/Earnings: Zero cost.
  • Schools/Team keep 100% of funds raised. (Minus standard credit card processing -usually 3%)

Snap! Raise 
206-265-2508 
NickT@snap-raise.com
https://snapraise.com

Online donation platform 

Costs/Earnings: school/club/team gets 80% of the sales

David Logan
801-747-1011
info@spectatorblankets.com
https://www.highschoolblankets.com

Stadium blanket sales 

Costs/Earnings: schools/clubs/teams purchase at wholesale price, sell at a markup

Christina Hamilton
303-598-3557

christina@stepitupkids.com

/http://www.info@stepitupkids.com

*Donation fundraising platform platform. 50% minimum back to schools*

Jesse Myrick
916-799-2416 
jesse@successfund.com  
www.successfund.com 

Online donation platform

Costs/Earnings: 5% + $1 transaction fee on each sale

Dana Rollins
801-560-1813 
orders@swigdrinks.com
https://swigdrinks.com/

Punch card sales: drink, cookie, or pretzel bite cards

Costs/Earnings:

Earning benefit per card sold is $7-$9 depending on the fundraiser bonus happening at the time of sales.

Fish Barlett

801-501-0880

fish@tribalwest.com.com

*Custom designed team/fan gear*

Spencer Saunders

801-602-5217

ssaunders@uptownjungle.com

http://sandy.uptownjungle.com

Costs/Earnings: 

35% of sales to the school from fundraiser.

Justin Terry
801-518-4210
justin.terry7@gmail.com 
/http://www.utahfundraising.net

Cookie dough, coupon card, ticket, popcorn, beef jerky, and team tumbler sales; No-fuss online fundraisers

Costs/Earnings:

Product sales – school/club/team gets 40-80% of the proceeds (depends on which products they choose to sell)

Online no-fuss fundraiser – No set-up fees; school/club/team/PTA gets 80% of proceeds

Tamsan Sirlin

425-449-2155

tsirlin@verticalraise.com

www.verticalraise.com

Online donation platform

Digital discount card (app)

Poplicious handcrafted gourmet popcorn

Holly Beck
801-773-1973
info@wasatchsavings.com 
https://www.wasatchsavings.com/

Discount book for SL County

Costs/Earnings: school/club/team keeps 50% of sales

Steve Conger 
801-560-4212 
scongerifs@gmail.com 
http://worldsfinestchocolate.com/

Chocolate bar sales

Costs/Earnings: 

$1 and $2 Chocolate bar sales,

(15 free cases with order of 100or more cases; 30 free cases with an order of 200 or more cases ordered)

Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

If a movie about super teachers were ever made, Lucie Chamberlain would be a prime candidate for a leading role. Fortunately for her kindergarten students at Alta View Elementary, she already thrives in a supporting role for them. Parents thank her for being a “super teacher.” She is also described as an “amazing colleague.” Whether students need help in the classroom or from home while sick, Lucie goes above and beyond to help them learn, overcome fears, and feel important and cared for. Lucie is the reason a number of kids went from hating school to loving it, according to parents. The way she exudes patience, sweetness, positive energy, and love for her students with special needs melts is appreciated and admired. One parent noted: “Both my kids wish she could be their teacher forever.” Another added:  “She treats every student like their learning and their feelings are her priority.” Super teacher, indeed!

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