Hi all. I've started a yearbook at my teeny-tiny school (seriously, we have like just over 100 students). I've been trying to brainstorm some kind of fundraising ideas. The more funds I get throughout the year, the less the yearbooks will cost the students. (We are a low-income school, so the lower the cost, the more we can sell. I'm in this to have the kids something awesome, not to make money for later use. If I can make them all free, that would be awesome, but, alas, it is not a perfect world.) So far I have come up with... Hat Day (Pay $1 to wear a hat) Candy Cane Grams Beauty Pageant Womanless beauty pageant Pumpkin decorating contest (then auction off pumpkins) Guess how much candy is in the jar Teacher pie in the face (teacher with most money gets the pie in face) Anyone else think of anything else? I can't sell snacks or anything else that interferes with the school's fundraising (so no selling snacks, pencils/supplies, candy, etc.) We are also a K-8 school, so not all stuff could be done with the younger grades, and vice versa.