Fund Raising with Tooth Fairy Designs
Tooth Fairy Designs is the newest, most unique, and only patented fund raising method available to Elementary Schools. With the help of pictures and letters written by the students, the Tooth Fairy will return their baby teeth to a special capsule placed under their pillow. Tooth Fairy Designs will then preserve, shape, and set the student's best baby tooth into a beautiful Sterling Silver or 14K Gold jewelry article selected by the parents.
Benefits include large revenue potential - no conflict with other fund raising efforts - no charge to the school - no scheduling required - no inventory storage or management - no child/parent selling - and nobody eats the product. Schools partnering with Tooth Fairy Designs will provide parents with an excellent discount on the product, and will receive a contribution from every purchase. While pictures and popcorn and cookies are available everywhere, there is no commercial competitor anywhere on earth to the patented technology of this entirely new category of jewelry.
Take Home Kits
Tooth Fairy Designs will deliver an appropriate number of take home announcements with baby tooth storage bottles attached. Just give them to the children to take home. That's all. Announcements include a discount code unique to each school. Entering the discount code assures that the parent buyer will get a discount and the school will automatically receive its distribution.
1st and 2nd Graders may enter a coloring contest. 3rd and 4th Graders may enter a writing contest for Letters to the Tooth Fairy, requesting the return of their baby teeth. 5th and 6th Graders may enter a writing contest about the practice and benefits of good dental hygiene.
The school may optionally send the winners of each grade level to Tooth Fairy Designs for posting on its website and Facebook Page.
Respect the Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs of Others
Of course, not all children believe in the Tooth Fairy – or in Magic, Santa Claus, Mermaids, the Easter Bunny, Leprechauns, Rainbows, Unicorns, Four-leaf clovers, Jack Frost, the Sandman, or even the Power of Positive Thinking. They have several very different religious beliefs. When they are adults, they will disagree on everything from music to global warming. Now is best time to teach them to respect the traditions, customs, and beliefs of others.