the easy way to fundraise
Turn children’s art into exciting gifts, greetings cards, mugs, jigsaw puzzles, coasters an much, much more...
My Childs Art have been running Art Projects with schools throughout the country for many years. Over that time we are proud to have built a reputation for reliability and service. We believe we operate the most ‘User Friendly’ fund raising system around that reduces the time and commitment required from busy teachers and administrators.
All products are manufactured in our own printing facility which is equipped with the most modern and environmental production equipment in Europe.
We recognise that Teachers have little extra time available for anything other than organizing the school day. This is why, all you have to do is say YES and make a call to us. We provide a free pack of readymade artwork sheets for your children to create their greetings card artwork. Simply return these completed sheets to us and we will do the rest!
All the children’s designs will be available for parents to view, personalise and order online as Christmas cards, gift tags, wrapping paper and a range of other gifts. We will provide promotional leaflets branded with your school name to give to your pupils and parents as well as posters for your reception. The promotional leaflet carries your schools unique login and password to access your childrens designs.
Parents then login securely online, view their child’s artwork, add a personal greeting, order and pay – all online. Once all orders have been received by a given cut off date, we manufacture the products and deliver them back to your school in bulk. We will also pay your school a 20% commission on all products sold.
- No extra work for you or your teaching staff
- No administration Headaches
- No stressful money collecting & accounting
- A fun exercise for all children
- 20% commission!
If registered by 31.Oct.2014
- Products delivered back to your school
David Griffith, Head Teacher, Summerseat Methodist Primary School
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