Today’s Kids are
We believe that students are the future. That’s why we created Bizkits, an educational fundraising campaign that provides students with a winning edge by teaching them the fundamentals of business in a fun and practical way. Fundraising has always played a vital role in supporting our school programs, so why not make it a part of our students education, too? With unique and exciting tools like BizKits, BizAcademy, BizTank and BizNews, students can gain business and leadership skills that will peak their interest in business and set them up for success.
Today’s kids are tomorrows entrepreneurs – now let’s get them excited about it!
How does it work?
Our goal is to inspire entrepreneurship in our students by giving them the opportunity to sell items people want, all while raising money for their amazing school programs. We provide schools with three kit options including BizKits, SnacKits and MixKits so students can sell delicious treats, popular every day essentials or both!
$30 box sells for $75
Students sell popular every day essentials like tech accessories, gadgets and more at competitive prices.
$30 box sells for $60
Students sell delicious treats
that will keep people coming
back for seconds.
By participating in our fundraising program and using the tools we offer, students will have access to fun, educational videos where they’ll learn the foundations of business like supply and demand, profit and loss, inventory, sales and so much more! We also feature business ideas and business plans where students can learn about planning and setting goals for a new business and create their own business plan.
Biz Training Videos
Students will have access to an online quarterly newsletter where they can read up on business and finance articles, current events and read interviews with entrepreneurs – because staying up to date with the latest industry trends and developments is all part of being a business mogul.
Our most exciting feature yet! Introducing BizTank: a portal where kids can submit their business plans along with a video pitch to be posted on our website (with their parents permission, of course) for a chance to be selected by a panel of judges to get funding for their business.