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How to Create Team Comradery

June 13th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Why does the team getting along matter? I was once on a baseball team in Colorado. I was 9 years old playing for a solid team that had been playing together for a long time. I was new to the team seeing that I had moved to Colorado from Ohio. I was never a fantastic […]

How to Share Your Fundraiser Online

June 13th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Imagine with me the times you or your kids spent walking around familiar and unfamiliar neighborhoods seeking for donations towards your fundraiser that you’ve been peddling for a couple days now. You’re tired, you’re scared, and you’re seeing very little return. Not to mention you have to go out of your way to knock on […]

Why Conditioning is Important in Youth Sports

May 31st, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Is conditioning important in youth sports? Studies show that daily conditioning and exercise is crucial for healthy development for kids and all aspects of their lives–physical development, social skills, mental skills, etc. Naturally, throughout the practice, kids will be conditioning and learning to coordinate their awkward little bodies through the sport. Us adults have a […]

Tips for Conditioning in Youth Teams 2022

May 31st, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

You know how your mom used to get you to do something that you didn’t like doing? For me, it was cleaning my room. I hated that as a kid… I don’t know why. Naturally, messy rooms aren’t great to live in, and my mom knew that. How did she get me to clean it? […]

Flex Fundraising: For Dancers, Too!

May 26th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Should the arts be left out of fundraising efforts? Absolutely not. Flex Fundraising is proud to be tied to many competitive sports, and we’re proud to sponsor the arts as well. When it comes to dancing, it’s an art and a sport! Let’s take a look into Jazz’n Place Dance Studio in Lehi, Utah. Jazz’n […]

Why You Should Let Your Kids Try Sports

May 17th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Kids are incredible. They’re brave, they’re adventurous, and they want nothing more than to explore the world and see what’s out there. I’m surrounded by tons of nieces and nephews and it’s been awesome to see them get excited about new activities and things to try. I’m not child psychologist, but I would bet big […]

Little League Coaches and Fundraising

May 12th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Little league coaches are underrated. Think about the time, the effort, sometimes even the PERSONAL cash coaches put into their little league teams. It’s incredible. And why, exactly, do they do it? They could be doing it for the simple love of the game, or the fact that their child is on the team and […]

How an Elementary School Raised $14,000 with Flex Fundraising

May 10th, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Do you remember your elementary school teachers? We have lots of respect for the teachers of the world here at Flex Fundraising. Teaching is certainly not an easy profession–spending time with some high energy kiddos can quickly become exhausting! When I think back on my days of elementary school, I marvel at how Mrs. Church […]

Tips on How to Use Incentives in Your 2022 Fundraiser

May 3rd, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

Think about something that you worked hard for. Was it training for a marathon? Getting a promotion at your job? Picking up an instrument and learning to play? Beating your personal challenge of making ten free throws in a row? When people are working towards something, they’re putting time, effort, and emotion towards a massive […]

How to Use a Major Reward in Fundraising

May 3rd, 2022 | Dallin Rahlf

I would be surprised if anyone gets super excited about fundraising. All the times I was essentially forced to fundraise throughout sports, school events, scouting programs, etc. led me to believe that there was nothing cool about fundraising. What I’ve learned, however, is that many of these fundraising events made it really tough to feel […]