The hardest parts of building a booster club website are (A) figuring out what content to put on the site, and (B) figuring out how to design, develop, and manage a website. BoosterSpark makes all of that easy, but before we get into shameless self-promotion, let's dive deeper into how to build your booster club website.
Your website visitors will include a wide variety of people. Parents, students, teachers, administrators, local businesses, donors, sponsors, and the general public will all visit your website. Each will want to know a different mix of information about your booster club.
Popular sections on a booster club website include the homepage, fundraisers, events, volunteer opportunities and sign-up forms, spirit wear, schedules, meeting dates and minutes and agendas, awards and scholarships, description of past allocations, how to request funding, mission and bylaws, board and coordinators, contact information, etc.
When BoosterSpark powers your website, you won't need to reinvent the wheel. You won't need to research other booster club websites for ideas. You won't need to figure out what content should go on your site. We provide all of the above so you can choose which pages to include on your website. Then, we offer content templates with suggestions for what to say in the most popular sections of a booster club website. These templates make it super easy for you to put content on your website. Customize the content to match how your club operates, publish, and your site is complete!
Easily create a professional website for your booster club! BoosterSpark lets you hit the ground running — why reinvent the wheel when we've already figured out what effective booster club websites need? Choose the sections you want on your website, use our content templates as a starting point, and customize to fit the needs of your club.
Easily send email to groups you select (your members, volunteers, sponsors, board, committees, etc) as needed.
Why send your users to a cumbersome, clunky third party website? When you have a BoosterSpark website, you can easily build sign-up forms and integrate them on your club's website. No more sending long links of gibberish to your audience; simply tell them to visit a simple link on your website to sign up!
When volunteers sign up on your website, BoosterSpark saves that information in your account. You'll be able to send reminder emails, thank you emails, and can invite past volunteers to future volunteer opportunities, meetings, and events.
BoosterSpark is the easiest way to manage member information. No more paper forms, no more confusing spreadsheets. Members can join your booster club on your BoosterSpark website. They — not you — enter their information, pay online, and their information is saved in your account. All major credit cards are accepted, and you won't need to pay for a costly merchant account.
Send emails to members any time. Thank them for your support. Invite them to meetings, events, and fundraisers. You can even send them an email next year inviting them to renew their membership!
Tap into a new revenue stream by letting sponsors buy sponsorships on your website. Local newspapers have disappeared, making local businesses desperate for ways to reach local families. Your sponsors will be able to manage their own page on your website! They can upload their logo, photos, offers, and more.
Additional features and services coming soon!
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✔ Website Text Templates
✔ Admin Panel
✔ Domain Name
✔ Membership Sales & Database
✔ Volunteer Signups & Database
✔ Online Sponsorships
✔ Credit Card Acceptance
✔ Tips & How-To Guides
Build a sense of community. Foster spirit. Publicize fundraisers and events. Solicit donations, sponsorships, memberships, and volunteers. Increase your club's success! Sign up now to be the first to know when BoosterSpark launches:
BoosterSpark was created by a dad who wore many hats at his kids' school booster club, including president, vice president, event coordinator, publicity coordinator, website coordinator, social media coordinator, volunteer recruitment, member recruitment, and event volunteer. He's also the owner of a website development firm established way back in 1996.
During his tenure as booster club president, his club's team increased the amount of funds available by partnering with local businesses, increasing paid memberships, introducing new fundraisers and revenue streams, and improving communication with the community. Now he is focused on bringing that success to as many booster clubs as possible!