New Zealand Testimonials

★  Really couple of days – some kids spending $60 even!!! Feedback from teachers has been great.  Kids loved the whole experience of choosing…thanks for your help.  Kylie –  Baverstock Oaks School PTA

★  What a fabulous fundraising event, super easy to organise and the children (and Mums) were overjoyed with the selection. We are all looking forward to next year!  Silverdale Primary School PTA

★  It was easy and fun to choose something secretly for Daddy. We loved it! –  Greenhithe School Children

★  Thank you to Judy and Bright Ideas Fundraising for a successful Mothers Day Stall . This was our first venture into a stall and it was fantastic. Judy worked with a group of our Year 6 Mathematicians to organise and arrange the stall and we were impressed with the range and quality of the gifts available. Thanks Judy, we will definitely do this again. –   Friends of Verran Primary

★  As I’m a single mum, this was a lovely way for my daughter to find me a present without me having to physically take her to the shops.  I cried when I opened by gift on Mother’s Day – I loved it so much. –  Verran Primary Mother

★  Wow – we were totally blown away by the enthusiasm our school community showed for our Mother’s Day shop. We sold out early in the week and had to restock and were very impressed with the customer support we got with this. Our Mums were most impressed with the gifts their children chose for them and the Dad’s appreciated the easy way this was made to happen. We will definitely be using your company for Father’s Day later this year.
 –  Karen Goodall – Principal, St Mary’s School, Carterton

★  Another wonderful market day for our kids to choose something special for their mums or significant females. I loved my mug and toffee’s although my daughter was far too excited to wait until Sunday to give them to me! This stall is always such a fun morning and we raised nearly $2K for the school. Thank you to Kerry who organised the stall this year and all her helpers that gave up their time to help her. –  Silverdale Primary School 🙂