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  • A fire truck on the way to a scene.

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    Fire Department Fundraising

    Many cities and towns across the United States rely on volunteer firemen for their local fire departments. These volunteer firemen make up about 70% of the total population of firefighters in the U.S. A majority local fire stations hold fundraisers throughout the year to help fund new trucks, equipment, or educational programs on […]

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    Simple Sorting Fundraiser

    The Rada Cutlery fundraising program offers a free Simple Sorting service. The Simple Sorting process makes it easy for the leaders of larger fundraisers, such as marching bands, PTO groups, elementary schools, etc – any group that has a large number of sellers. The features of “Simple Sorting” include: 1)  Your orders are bundled by […]

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  • The Women of the Moose logo.

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    Women of the Moose

    Many different civic organizations fundraise with Rada Cutlery, including the Women of the Moose. This great organization was founded in 1913 and now has over 400,000 members, with chapters in all 50 states and Canada! What is Women of the Moose? The Women of the Moose is the female auxiliary of the Loyal […]

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    Garden Clubs Fundraising

    Across the United States there is a group that is dedicated to recording and preserving the gardens of America. This organization is known as the Garden Clubs of America. Today they have over 18,000 members and over 200 chapters throughout the nation. This non-profit group started in 1913 and today […]

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  • Relay for Life raises precious funds for the American Cancer Society!

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    Relay for Life Story

    Johnnie, a team captain of 4-Ever Free Relay for Life team, wrote us to share her Rada Cutlery fundraising success story. This was the first time her 4-Ever Free Relay Team fundraised with Rada Cutlery.  They set a $1000 goal for their fundraiser. The 4-Ever Free Relay team is made up […]

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  • Ingredients for delicious potato wedges.

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    Easy Potato Wedge Recipe

    Summertime is here! That means lovely weather and rewarding camping trips. This potato wedge recipe is perfect for any camping trip, or for grilling out on a sunny day. It’s an easy and quick grilling recipe that does not take long to make. It can be found below or in our Campfire Cooking cookbook. Potato […]

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  • The Daughters of the American Revolution logo.

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    Daughters of the American Revolution

    Rada Cutlery has a strong reputation for helping various civic groups like Lion’s Club, Kiwanis, Jaycees and the DAR fundraise for their causes. The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), sometimes known as National Society Daughters of the American Revolution’s (NSDAR), make philanthropic efforts that extend from providing scholarships to high […]

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    Fundraising Mistakes to Avoid

    When planning a successful fundraiser for your school, you will be well-served by doing some planning before the students begin selling. This article will help identify both what you want to do (fundraising tips) and what you want to avoid (fundraiser mistakes). Rada Cutlery has been working with fundraising groups […]

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    Chorale Group Questions

    Below is an email from a Chorale group leader asking questions about why the should choose Rada Cutlery fundraising.  Rada Customer Service Manager Linda replies to Heidi’s questions.  —–Original Message—– From: Heidi Subject: Chorale group fundraising Hello! I am gathering information on several fundraising opportunities for our high school chorale group. […]

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