May 31, 2012
Red Apple Seeds, a new technology-savvy Silicon Valley start-up has developed an exciting new concept designed to modernize school fundraising efforts. Rather than just relying on traditional book fairs, candy sales and eScrip drives, Red Apple Seeds offers schools dedicated on-line and mobile portals that raise money through the everyday online spending in their community.
“Schools are facing a dire financial crisis, and fundraising efforts are critical to keep school programs and activities going,” noted Brett Alter, President of Red Apple Seeds. “We wanted to modernize the fundraising efforts by providing dedicated shopping portals for each school. Helping schools raise money is not just our motto – it’s our mission.”
Red Apple Seeds offers schools a unique, fun and simple way for parents, family and friends to help close the funding gap. Money is raised by having people purchase the items that they use and need everyday, with a portion of the sales on the portal going to the school.
“We wanted to avoid the pitfalls of other fundraising efforts,” noted Alter. “So we designed a unique interface by Moms, for Moms. There’s no personal information required and no credit card registration is ever needed. The school benefits because it requires almost no school resources and there’s no inventory to store, sort or distribute. We also offer a remarkable product selection, for users – it’s so comprehensive we’re able to say, “if you need it, we’ve got it.” The entire process is simple, easy to implement and effective.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.RedAppleSeeds.com
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