Sports teams have trusted RaiseRight to fundraise
for more than 25 years. Here’s why people love it.
Earn 5x more than other sports team fundraisers
The highest earning sports team on RaiseRight's platform raised $91,837 in 2023.
Flexible, free programs that meet your team’s needs
RaiseRight makes it easy to maximize, track, and reward your gift card fundraising. And with no program costs or fees, you keep what you earn.
Unlimited earning potential with no restrictions
Families can raise more than $1,000 in a single year to go toward whatever your team needs.
Year-round fundraising, without extra effort
Families help your sports team earn by using gift cards for their everyday purchases, so there’s no event setup, no door-to-door selling, and no unnecessary elbow-grease.
Everyday earning through everyday spending
Raise money just by buying gas, groceries, and other necessities, so there’s no need to shell out extra for things you don’t need.
Brands give back generously
More than 750 brands give back an average of 6% of each gift card, so no matter your taste or budget, you can make an impact.
A win-win for you and your team
See how Kelli, an ice hockey association fundraising manager, is using RaiseRight to alleviate expenses for fellow families.
How Gift Card Fundraising Works
You get the full value of the card. Shop from 750+ popular brands.
The brand gives back and the earnings from your participants are distributed to your school.
Use funds for whatever you need, like tournament costs, equipment, uniforms, and more.
No-limit sports fundraising means more money for
Uniforms and equipment
Travel and transportation
End of season celebrations
Field and gym rentals
"When my son started hockey and RaiseRight was offered as a way to lower our bill we decided to try it. That made a huge difference for us because it was convenient and easy. Now that we have another child in hockey it has helped a ton with our bill. All of those weekends traveling for sports, we can use hotels.com, restaurants, groceries and gas...things we have to do anyway, but now we earn money toward something our kids love to do!"Heidi, fundraises for her children’s sports teams