Fundraising University

31 10, 2021

Fundraising University: When Raising the Bar Pays Off

2021-10-31T09:50:51-04:00October 31st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

Fundraising University aspires to make a difference for every student-athlete, coach and community. The brand’s goal is to help change lives, transform futures and make dreams come true. So how do you spread the word at lightning speed? By Heidi Lubrani


30 09, 2021

Fundraising University: Leaving an Indelible Mark on Kids & Communities

2021-09-30T19:23:13-04:00September 30th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

In the world of franchising, Fundraising University distinguishes itself by creating positive, long-lasting change in schools and communities. The company’s mission (and business model) revolves around outreach and impacting the lives of local young people nationwide. By Lizzy Yeserski


31 08, 2021

Fundraising University: Fulfilling Dreams While Achieving Goals

2021-08-31T17:37:17-04:00August 31st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

Fundraising University, the nation’s premier full-service fundraising company, helps schools raise much-needed dollars so that extracurricular programs can thrive and flourish. Through incredibly effective and immensely profitable fundraisers, the brand rallies around teams, inspires kids, and energizes communities. By Lizzy Yeserski


31 07, 2021

Fundraising University: A Day In The Life Of A Franchisee

2021-07-31T16:45:32-04:00July 31st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

After coaching college football for seven years, Jake Morse searched for a career that would allow him to do what he loved: build relationships and have an impact. He found that opportunity in Fundraising University. By Lizzy Yeserski


31 03, 2021

Fundraising University: A Mission to Give Back and Make a Difference

2021-03-31T12:27:34-04:00March 31st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

For Mike Bahun, CEO and founder of Fundraising University, the need to give back lies at the very heart of his ambitions. In fact, his sole purpose for starting Fundraising University sprang from a desire to impact kids and communities. “I was a former professional athlete who was from a single-parent family,” Bahun said. By Lizzy Yeserski