Fundraiser Cookbooks Make Perfect Keepsakes
Many service organizations, nonprofit organizations, health care associations, clubs, and communities have published their own fundraising cookbooks. Those groups include: women's service leagues, PEO, Order of the Eastern Star, car clubs, MOPS, Relay for Life, sororities, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, quilting guilds, conservation groups, granges, motorcycle clubs, Little Leagues, alumni associations, athletic departments, tailgating groups, cemetery associations, RV parks, utility companies, Habitat for Humanity, protective services, homeless services, Meals on Wheels, food banks, Special Olympics, Children's Miracle Network, March of Dimes, Salvation Army, and community events such as county fairs, state fairs, town centennials, town festivals, and farmers markets.
Making a community and organization fundraising cookbook is easy. Unlike other cookbook publishers, our 85 years of expertise as a cookbook printer and No-Risk Guarantee will ensure your organization fundraising cookbooks are a huge success! A few reasons why a fundraising cookbook is so successful include:
- Cookbook sales remain strong because more people cook at home.
- Recipe contributors create built-in buyers, while many others
buy to support good fundraisers.
- Sell organization and community cookbooks for 2–4 times their cost to easily raise $500–$50,000.
- Cookbooks also make affordable gifts that promote your charity, services, or cause.
Making a Cookbook is Easy!
Learning how to publish a cookbook is a piece of cake with our 8 easy steps. Your custom organization fundraiser cookbooks will capture the spirit of your members and community.
With Morris Press Cookbooks, publishing a custom organization cookbook is fun and easy. Friendly cookbook consultants are always ready to assist you. Our company goals are simple: to make your organization fundraising cookbooks fun, rewarding, and profitable!
"[Our cookbook] has been very successful. Thank you…for your kindness via customer service and your overall professionalism in making this fundraising effort a very productive and fun project."
Glenna Houk Waller
Little Children of the World, Inc.