We show you how step by step.
Recipe contributors are also likely cookbook buyers, so the more contributors you have, the easier it is to sell more cookbooks.
Your cookbook will contain lots of tried-and-true recipes that have been family favorites for years.
Groups like yours are earning fantastic profits with cookbook fundraisers.
Sell cookbooks for 2–6 times their cost to easily raise $500–$50,000.
People in your community will jump at the chance to see their recipes in print.
Any type of organization, large or small, can hold a successful cookbook fundraiser.
Fundraising cookbooks can be lasting keepsake for your group members.
Selling ads can more than double your profit. They can even pay for your entire printing cost! We'll show you how.
People love to buy cookbooks to learn new recipes and make mealtime fun.
Contributing recipes is a great activity to bring people together.
Our website is designed specifically to make it easy to collect, organize and design your fundraising cookbook with features not available from any cookbook publisher.
We have helped create tens of thousands of cookbooks for families and fundraisers.
Your cookbook will have its own website to attract and motivate your contributors and sell cookbooks.
Encourages participation from all group members to enter and share their favorite recipes.
Prewritten communications and social media posts make your job easier.
Design your own custom cover or choose one of our professionally-designed full-color cookbook covers.
Customize your fundraiser cookbooks with custom pages of text and photos.
You can offer an eCookbook version to your cookbook to users for free!
Our Advertising Designer Tool makes adding advertising quick, easy and profitable.
We can get your cookbook listed for sale online and on Amazon.com.
Creating a successful fundraising cookbook has never been easier. CookbookFundraiser.com was developed to make the process easy to understand and accomplish.recipe card Here is a step-by-step guide to creating a successful Cookbook Fundraiser:
The editor is the person who is responsible for getting things started and making sure the project moves ahead. This person is also responsible for inviting contributors, deciding what the cookbook will look like and when to publish. Every project needs a go-getter like you to get things done.
We provide an easy-to-use pre-written communications and social media posts to help you get the ball rolling. You distribute your project’s website URL and common username and password to everyone in your group and they enter their recipes directly into the system so you don’t have to!
By adding advertising from local business and individuals, you can more than double your profits on your fundraising cookbook! We offer a tool that makes adding optional local advertising a breeze. We’ll even purchase your first ad!
Our publishing tools will help you format your cookbook. You select recipe layout, add free design elements and choose a predesigned cover or upload your own. Our system will automatically create an index and list of contributors, so you don’t have to!
Everyone loves to buy cookbooks to which they have a connection. They make great gifts and will help raise the funds you need to support your organization.
I can't express how much I appreciate that your website was for real (I'm a very apprehensive person when it comes to the internet.) Everything went so well, almost too good to be true. This was a big job that you made easy because of the online program, your customer service and your understanding of a lady who was freaking out over the project.
- Patty Athey, Holden Lutheran Church: Where We Go to Be Fed
There are many flavors at Horace Mann. Now we can all enjoy some of them at home. Thanks for making the project easy and fun. Our committee has a blast!
- Lori Brown, The Horace Mann Lab School Cookbook
This is the fourth year in a row we have used your website to create and manage our annual fundraiser. Each year the cookbooks have been more successful than the last! Thank you for such a wonderful system.
- Margaret Cass-Garcia, Moffitt Cancer Center United Way Cookbook 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015