Reach your fundraising goals by selling Printery House products at Christmas or year-round.
Earn 30-50% profit on sales.
Does a group or organization in your church or school need to raise funds? Whatever your goals are for fundraising activities the Printery House Fundraiser Program will help you meet your fundraising goals with potentially zero risk and bring your supporters a product with great appeal.
Sell any Printery House product year-round, including Christmas cards, calendars, birthday cards, icons, and other gift items.
Here is how it works:
When you enroll in the Printery House Fundraiser Program, you will receive a copy of our current wholesale catalog.
You can take orders for any product in that catalog or on our web site. You charge our suggested retail prices. You may wish to add a little to cover your shipping charges. You are responsible for keeping track of who ordered what. We recommend that you not take payment in advance, since items may be out of stock.
Your group coordinator will then place an order with The Printery House for everything that was ordered. You may do this as often as you like. There is no minimum order, but you do pay applicable shipping charges.
If you prefer, you may order items in advance and have them on hand for sale to your supporters.
We ship in-stock items to the group coordinator within 3 business days.
You assemble the orders and deliver the items to your purchasers or make them available for pickup at a central location, however you wish.
We bill you the wholesale discount rate for the items on Net 30 terms so you have a month to collect payment and send your check to us.
Selling Printery House products will be quick, easy and profitable.
Call us toll free at 1-800-889-0105 to enroll in the program. We also invite you to browse our web site to see our full line of religious greeting cards and related items. Proceeds from the Printery House Fundraiser Program go to support the ministry of Conception Abbey, including Conception Seminary College where young men from all over the Midwest come to prepare for priestly service.