How To Build A Booster Club Website

by Jim Connelly, founder of BoosterSpark

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. Simply choose which sections to publish or hide, then create as many pages in each section as needed. Your pages appear automatically in website navigation. You can include images and embedded videos, too. Your website uses a responsive, mobile-friendly design that ensures it will be easy to read and use on any device.

Who Wrote This? Jim Connelly, founder and lead developer of BoosterSpark, is past president of a booster club in the Chicago suburbs that donated over $40,000 to his children's high school annually. The Illinois State Board of Education presented Jim with the Those Who Excel Award of Meritorious Service in 2017 recognizing his extensive booster club service. During his tenure, he created and coordinated an annual 5K fundraiser, managed an engraved brick fundraising campaign, created a sponsorship program, enhanced an existing membership program, increased sales of spirit wear, initiated new volunteer recruitment programs, guided the volunteer team that won the $5,000 Buffalo Wild Wings Spirit Challenge two consecutive years, launched an informative club website, ensured the club was properly insured, researched 501(c)(3) compliance, and increased annual club revenue. Professionally, Jim has been a business consultant trusted by companies in over 100 industries since 1996.
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WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER. BoosterSpark does the busy work for you so you can focus on maximizing the impact you and your club make. It's a web-based suite of tools that fuels booster club growth and success:

  • Have A Club Website
  • Lead With Confidence
  • Get Timely Reminders
  • Sell Donations
  • Sell Memberships
  • Sell Sponsorships
  • Offer Activity Passes
  • Accept Online Payments
  • And More...
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