2022-23 Fundraising Ideas and Information

Club Tonka does not organize fundraising activities through the club. However, we do recommend the following organizations for individuals or teams to do their own fundraising.

PrepBallers Fundraising – provides year-round, deadline-free, high-profit fundraisers.

Contact: Halley Maglio

Email: – best form of contact

Mobile: 262-951-5043

Discount Fundraising – provides fundraisers for teams – minimum of 10 families participating. Popcorn, Cookie-Dough, Candles, Wrapping Paper.

Contact: Matt Goodin


Mobile: 423-744-4547

See below for ideas for additional fundraising opportunities. 

MN Fundraising Initiative – 

MN Fundraising Initiative secures contracts with over 23 venues in the greater Twin Cities area including Target Field, Target Center, Canterbury, and US Bank to operate food and beverage concessions stands at their events.

MNFI organizes teams of volunteers from all over the state of MN and WI who work together to run these stands. In turn, MNFI receives donations from these venues. The donations are then used to award grants to families in local communities to allow youth to participate in enrichment activities they may not otherwise be able to enjoy.

Through our grants, youth have taken part in school trips, sports camps, band & choir trips, and team sports of all kinds and been able to attend college. Visit for more information or call 763-575-7585.

Achieving Dreams is a local organization that offers fundraising opportunities to players age 14 & up by participating at various events throughout the Twin Cities. Visit for more information.

Ann Bancroft Foundation – Players can apply for a grant to support their sporting activities.  Applications are received twice a year…the deadline is May 1 and Oct. 1. Visit for more information.

An often overlooked source of fundraising is your local VFW, Kiwanis, Knights of Columbus, American Legion or Elks Club. Each organization sets funds aside for kids who need assistance in supporting their sport’s activities. Parents and Players should contact the President of the club directly, and find out about the qualifications for the scholarship funds and ask how much is available for the current year. Ted is happy to attend a meeting you schedule.

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