The following is paid content from Central Jersey Sports Radio founding sponsor Fundraising University New Jersey.
The Woodbridge Barrons have only lost two regular season games in the last three seasons under head coach Joe LaSala.
Even when the coronavirus pandemic threatened the high school football season in 2020, they were still able to have a successful season.
There have been great players, and there has been sound coaching. Behind it all has been top-notch fundraising, but LaSala has had very little to do with it.
With COVID keeping fans from games and restricting contact, a traditional door-to-door or other in-person fundraiser just wouldn’t be feasible. And that’s when he remembered seeing several posts on social media about Fundraising University’ “Fund-U-Now” program.
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In the first year, Woodbridge exceeded its goals with a quick “Fund-U-Now” fundraiser that required very little work from the coach, and minimal amount of time from the players. They even got to compete against each other for bonuses, and the money was in LaSala’s hands before the ink was dry on the check.
The fundraiser done in a flash, they could get back to doing what Woodbridge does so well: winning football games.
Click below to hear Joe LaSala explain how Fundraising University works, and why the Barrons are now working on their third fundraiser with the company:
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