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4 innovative fundraising ideas that work

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jul 24, 2015 2:15:00 PM



Are you in a rut with your fundraising events? Parents, teachers and communities who come together to raise money for schools often have one thing in common — they rely on the same ideas year after year. Break out of the usual bake sale and car wash cycle and try something new!

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Topics: Nonprofits, Education

Party on a Budget: Birthdays

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jul 22, 2015 5:45:00 PM


Summer is in full swing with vacations, weddings and parties. If you’re a parent, the back-to-school season is also looming over your head. All of this means one thing: you’re spending more money.

In our Party on a Budget series, we will provide budget-friendly alternatives to these costly events. First up? Children’s birthday parties! On average, parents spend at least $300 on birthday parties for their kids. Here’s how cost-conscious parents can spend less: 

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3 small business branding lessons from Taylor Swift

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jul 13, 2015 2:15:00 PM


When it comes to branding your small business, there’s a lot to learn from Taylor Swift. The 25-year-old music mogul is the youngest person to ever be included in Forbes’ Most Powerful Women list. There’s a clear correlation between Swift’s commercial success and her personal brand: 

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Topics: Small Business

Win back-to-school supplies!

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jul 9, 2015 1:02:00 PM


Pinterest is the hub of inspiration for parents and teachers preparing for the upcoming school year. We know back-to-school shopping adds up quickly, which is why we are giving away a few of our most popular school supplies to our Pinterest followers! Simply follow us on Pinterest here and pin the product you want to win here — that’s it!

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Topics: Giveaways

How Do We Include All Kids?

Posted by Marc Joseph on Jul 6, 2015 3:56:00 PM


If an American family has an exceptionally bright child, we can usually figure out how to surround them with the right educational opportunities to help them excel. The National Association for Gifted Children estimates there are 3 million gifted children currently in U.S. classrooms. According to this group's definition, these are children "who demonstrate or show the potential for high performance and it is our responsibility to provide the optimal educational experience to fully develop the talents of as many children as possible, for the benefit of the individual and the community."

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Topics: Giveaways

Small Business Giveaway Winners

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jul 1, 2015 12:40:00 PM


Congratulations to the small businesses that won our June giveaways on Facebook! 

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Topics: Giveaways

What you need to know before hosting a back-to-school drive

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jun 26, 2015 4:04:00 PM

The back-to-school season is here! Store displays are full of backpacks, school supplies and uniforms. Sadly, some families aren’t able to afford the historically high costs of shopping for school items.

Nonprofits, churches and PTA organizations host back-to-school drives to provide students with the supplies they might otherwise not receive. Before you start a back-to-school drive, review our tips and ideas to make it a success:

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Topics: Nonprofits, Education

4 ways to keep your pets safe this Fourth of July

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jun 25, 2015 6:28:00 PM

Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family gatherings, food and fireworks. Our pets? They’re not too fond of the holiday. The commotion makes it easy for them to get lost, table scraps that can be deadly are shared with them and fireworks are torture to their sensitive ears. Responsible pet parents know they need to take extra care of their pets on America’s birthday.


Here’s how to keep your pets safe this Fourth of July:

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DIY: Public Relations for Small Businesses

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jun 20, 2015 10:30:00 AM


“If I was down to my last dollar, I’d spend it on public relations.” - Bill Gates

Why does one of the most successful entrepreneurs alive feel this way? PR is an indispensable part of any business and is critical to the success of every company. Small businesses sometimes have to cut corners, however, public relations isn’t the place to do it.

If the money to hire an in-house public relations professional or PR firm simply isn’t in the budget, then entrepreneurs need to get creative. Until you can afford a pro, here’s how to do your own PR:

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Topics: Small Business

Quick and easy ways for kids to make money this summer

Posted by Jessica Urgiles on Jun 16, 2015 6:19:00 PM

Instilling a sense of financial responsibility in their children is a goal of every parent. While not all kids are born with the entrepreneurial spirit, many long for the independence that comes with making their own money.

The summer break from school is the perfect time to teach children about the value of money, but finding a way for them to get hands-on experience can be difficult. Even the traditional business ventures like lemonade stands are becoming obsolete with cops shutting them down if kids don’t have the proper permits.  

With the help of a parent, kids and teens can learn how to be an entrepreneur rather quickly and easily, and earn extra cash while doing it!

Start by giving your kids a small loan. Have them sign loan papers to make it official and ensure they pay back any start-up costs. Then have them do their online product research to get a baseline of what they could resell their products for, while making a profit. Help them find some wholesale items on DollarDays.com to resell at a flea market or swap meet. Or, if you are a techie, build them a website and introduce them to the world of e-commerce. With any method used, you will be teaching your kids valuable skills. They will learn about maintaining inventory, handling money and loan repayment. By summer’s end, they’ll have a taste of the entrepreneur lifestyle!

For example, your children may select a necklace charm like this as their first investment. They buy six of these for $13.86, and invest $3-4 for a spool of leather to use as a necklace, and they’re in business! If they sold the necklaces for $7.50 each, they’d clear $90 and would be able to pay off their loan and have money to buy more inventory.

Small businesses all over the country do this every day! Our philosophy at DollarDays is simple: provide wholesale everything for everyone. Kids can use this no strings attached approach to their advantage by buying high-margin merchandise and reselling it for a substantial profit.

Selling summer essentials and other trending products at swap meets, flea markets or even online provides kids with the opportunity to learn about the elements of running a business — everything from accounting to marketing. Make this summer a memorable one for your child by guiding them on the path to fiscal savviness.



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Topics: Education

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