Diamond Bakery has expanded its offerings from retail (wholesale) and online sales to Fundraising for non-profits. The 102-year-old company is immersed in the Hawaii community and is giving back in a new way. Always community involved through donations, the company determined that it could offer even more help to
Hawaii’s youth by developing a fundraising program in which non-profits could make a higher than usual profit.
Diamond Bakery is offering something new! With the new fundraising division, schools, teams, and other groups can sell exclusive Diamond Bakery cookies that arenot available in any other way. Two flavors are offered in 1-pound bags: Cookies and Cream and Cotton Candy. They can be sold for $10, with the non-profit keeping $5 in profit, an unheard-of 50/50 split.
Fundraising efforts with Diamond Bakery can start with a small commitment of selling just 204 bags. The application process is simple and quick — with cookies ready for pick up in as little as five business days. Groups that plan a high-volume fundraising program like that launched in June by the Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council, were able to choose their exclusive flavor, and they may design their own packaging. Look for the Boy Scouts in the community selling their exclusive ‘Smore Snacks in their custom-designed packaging from Diamond Bakery.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer nonprofits exclusive Diamond Bakery cookies with the ability to make more money for their efforts,” said Diamond Bakery President Butch Galdeira, “This is one of many ways we are giving back to the community, and we love the fact that our product will be helping sustain non-profit and youth programs throughout the state.”
More information is available on their recently refurbished website in the fundraising area. Go to diamondbakery.com/fundraising to learn how your group can sell delicious cookies and earn more money faster!