A. That is one of the best parts about a Krispy Kreme fundraiser…you make a lot of money! Here is how it works…set your goal, pick the product you plan to sell, then just use the calculator below and do the math.
In this example the group is selling doughnuts and certificates based on a selling price of $6.00 and a cost of $3.00 which means their profit is $3.00.
*Pricing and profits may vary according to location and any applicable taxes. Profits may be higher with volume. In some locations delivery may be available with minimum orders, fees may apply.
A. It is true that not every Krispy Kreme has the capability to offer delivery but the vast majority does offer delivery. Generally there are minimums for delivery (usually around 300 dozen), and there may be a delivery fee based on the number of dozens delivered or the mileage involved.
A. It is good to offer a variety to your customers, but you also want to keep it simple. It is a natural fit to offer the coffee along with any doughnut program. You can add certificates and partnership cards with any program as long as the customers purchasing the certificates are close enough to an actual Krispy Kreme store where they can use them.
A. You should be able to fit 50 dozen in the empty trunk space of most cars. If you don’t have your two little sisters and the family dog in the back seat, you should be able to get another 50 easily in the back seat.
A. Yes. Krispy Kreme has very low minimums for fundraising orders. Most market’s minimums are 25-50 items. Many small groups do a “direct sale” fundraiser in which they purchase a set number of dozens and sell them directly to the public on that day. This can be done at a football game, school carnival, or any event or high volume retail outlet that will have a crowd of hungry folks wanting to buy some Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
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