Every organization faces the difficulties of fundraising,
GameOn CoinToss is here to help lift that burden and
increase your donations!
Each CoinToss program contains a numbered set of ceramic coins, each with a unique password and a custom website we create for you. The coin number and passwords are used to register the coins on the website where each coin holder will find out about the benefits of owning a coin.
The website will give you a central location for coin holders to return to. Here they will find out about news and events, prize winners or member benefits. Using the provided custom website will allow you to keep in touch with your supporters with the click of a button via text, email, or in the private members community. Keeping your website information fresh with special offers and prices during the year will help increase sales and community awareness and insure that your community stays engaged.
GameOn CoinToss coins are branded with your organization logo, event and contact information or anything else you need to help create a buzz around your fundraising efforts. The coins will be designed for you and can have almost any image or message you want on them.
Promote your latest event by using the coins as tickets, they double as a keepsake and will remind them of your
organization on a regular basis. Offer discounts provided by event sponsors to insure they continue to talk about your organization and event well after it is over!
With a high profit margin, (up to 90%), and no upfront cost GameOn CoinToss is the only fundraising program you will ever need!
Sample Fundraising Websites
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GameOn CoinToss Features
- Low Cost
- Easy to Sell
- High Profit Margin
- Donor Database
- Customized Website
- Private Members Community
- Collectible Keepsake
- Local & National Discounts
What CoinToss users are saying
“What sets this product apart from anything I have seen is the flexibility that comes with the product”
“The tools and pricing are ideal to be successful with an entire community.”