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  • A delicious pie sits alongside Rada Cutlery products.

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    Easy Fundraising Ideas

    We hear lots of great things from Rada Cutlery fundraisers: the amazing quality, the great durability, the fact that it’s 100% Made in the USA, the 40% profit that helps so many groups, our quick mixes taste great, the amazing value and so on. All of these things and more make […]

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  • A delicious plate of indoor smores made with Rada products.

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    S'mores Cookie Bars

    Melted warm milk chocolate, gooey toasted marshmallows and crispy graham crackers….what a perfect combination! Whoever invented S’mores (which is an abbreviation for “Some More”, because you can’t just eat one) was a complete genius!  Though not attributed to one person, it is generally assumed that the S’more was invented by campers or […]

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  • Rada Cutlery's classic logo.

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    Unique Fundraising Causes

    Organizations familiar to you have fundraised with Rada Cutlery since 1948. Groups such as 4-H, Relay for Life, Kiwanis, American Legion, Little League and many, many more. We’ve also helped churches, schools, sports teams, and musical ensembles raise funds for their groups. When you help nearly 20,000 groups fundraise each year, you could say […]

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  • The Rada Fillet Knife is perfect for a fisherman!

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    How to Fillet a Fish

    Do you love fresh fish but the cleaning process of deboning and filleting seems like a daunting task? In the video below, Chef Jere will show you how to filet a fish in a simple step-by-step process. In the video Chef Jere uses the Rada Cutlery fillet knife. This is the best […]

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  • A chicken and pico de gallo dish.

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    Pico de Gallo Recipe

    Do you know how to make Pico de Gallo? It’s easier than you think! Pico de Gallo is sometimes also called salsa fresca.  This Mexican cuisine  is a fresh, uncooked condiment made from various fresh ingredients and typically containing chopped tomatoes, onion, peppers, cilantro and lime juice.  There are many variations […]

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  • An elementary school.

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    Elementary School Fundraising

    With schools all across the country suffering budget cuts, elementary schools and preschools often need extra funding for a variety of reasons. School field trips make learning fun and allow children to get out of the classroom where they can see things first-hand. Other times, new supplies are needed for children to learn […]

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  • A trio of superior Rada Cutlery knives.

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    Auxiliary Fundraising

    Auxiliary groups, typically counterparts to organizations for men, are always raising funds for one thing or another. Whether it is to support an auxiliary’s endeavors, fund outside services that align with the auxiliary’s goals and mission, or to inspire others by giving back, auxiliaries can always count on Rada Cutlery […]

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  • The Rada Cutlery Slicer and some succulent beef.

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    Civic Club Fundraising

    In order to continue to serve to the best of their abilities, service fraternities and civic groups need fundraising. Find out what hundreds groups and organizations just like yours are selling to effectively raise funds: Rada Cutlery kitchen products. Rada Cutlery Fundraising Program Overview To adequately achieve the goals of […]

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  • A choir sings music.

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    Choir Fundraising

    An Idea for Your Choir Fundraising Needs! Being a part of a choir is a fantastic opportunity that allows many an outlet to exercise their love for music and singing. Participants in choirs create lifelong memories by making friends with other members and gifting audiences with their musical talents. However, most choirs meet […]

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