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Fundraising Opportunities

Need to raise funds for your community group, school, or a great cause? DeBrito Chocolate Factory has a program that can help you meet your fundraising goals!

Your group can sell luscious caramel apples receive $5 per item for your fundraising efforts.  Plus, you'll be selling a delicious product made by a local producer who stands by their product.

How It Works

Your customers will be able to choose from over 40 scrumptious caramel apples from the Plain Jane to Death By Chocolate.  We'll provide up to 50 sales packets* to your group so that your customers can see exactly the yummy apples they are ordering.

At the end of your sales period, bring in your order forms and we'll get to work.  Then come pick up your order (bring a vehicle large enough to accommodate your order) and distribute to your customers within 2 days of pickup (remember, our caramel apples are perishable).

Since your group must sell a minimum of 140 apples and assuming your group receives an average of $5 profit per item, your group could raise a cool $700 or much, much more!!

*Additional sales packets available for a nominal fee

Fundraising Options

♦ Sell caramel apples for $12 each.  Your group gets a 40% profit ($5/apple).

♦ Sell Salt Water Taffy and/or Butter Almond Toffee.

How To Get Started

Give DeBrito Chocolate Factory a call today at 800.588.3886 and discuss your fundraising goals!  You can download a copy of our Fundraiser Agreement form below for more information.  In addition, we require that a Credit Card Authorization Form also be completed.  Good luck and happy fundraising!


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