It’s easier than people think, and it involves FREE popcorn!
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Committed to helping communities across the country, Popcornopolis is kicking off the spring season by partnering with schools, athletic programs, and non-profit organizations with its successful fundraising program.
Offering high-quality gourmet popcorn in memorable cone-shaped packaging, the Popcornopolis Fundraising program generates a 50% profit share for its partnering organizations, and has helped them raise over $29 million to date!
With the help of Popcornopolis Fundraising, over 12,500 community programs have been able to exceed their goals for after-school programs, educational field trips, athletic gear, scholarships, and more.
“Our mission is to help organizations across America reach their objectives through a fast, simple and deliciously exciting process,” shared Jonathan Klein, Popcornopolis’ Fundraising GM. “The top-quality products and high profit retention make our program a win-win for both participants and supporters.”
With spring programs kicking off, the gourmet popcorn company is expected to be popping up in classrooms and organizations across America. Non-profits rave about the ingenious simplicity of the Popcornopolis Fundraising Program. Featuring a portfolio of top-selling popcorn varieties, start-to-finish campaign guides, support materials and expert customer service, Popcornopolis helps keep campaigns on track.
Interested non-profit organizations can sign up for a generous free popcorn sample kit here: https://www.popcornopolis.com/fundraising.
Popcornopolis products are certified gluten free and use non-GMO popcorn, a proud differentiator in the nutritionally sensitive fundraising landscape. In addition, Popcornopolis’ approachable pricing makes the fundraiser accessible to more supporters, ensuring further success!
To request a free sample kit and learn more about Popcornopolis Fundraising, please visit https://www.popcornopolis.com/fundraising.
Known for the Cone™, Popcornopolis was founded by Wally and Kathy Arnold in 2002 when the Arnolds opened their first Popcornopolis retail store at Universal City Walk in Los Angeles, California. Committed to giving back to the community, Popcornopolis Fundraising has helped raise more than $29 million for non-profit groups by partnering with organizations that support youth, families and education across America.
Brittany Alfonzo, Popcornopolis,
[email protected], 310-414-6700