Two Very Different Ways To Market Your Kids' Fundraiser

How To Encourage People To Come To Your Pink LemonAid Stand

Easy Ways To Get Visitors To Your Pink LemonAid Stand

by: Christella Morris

Here are some strategies you can use to help jumpstart an online fundraising campaign like Plan Canada's Pink LemonAid Stand.

Whether you’re fundraising for a local event or a national initiative like Pink LemonAid, sometimes you have to think small. Here's what you can do to drive BIG groups to your Pink LemonAid stand.

Click to read Christella's social media tips on how to draw a crowd...

How To Get Crowds To Visit Your Pink LemonAid Stand

by: Julie Nowell

On one weekend, our kids brought in $50 from a lemonade stand. It wasn’t a busy weekend, and we live rural, but nevertheless, the girls, with memories of their cul-de-sac bake sales, FINALLY had the opportunity to sit out front of their home and SELL.

I asked them to share their secrets to selling.

Click to find out Julie's kids' secrets to selling...

I blog at Crawl The Line... my kids are Cash & Carter. (Can you figure out the connection?)

If you're looking for delicious recipes and pin-worthy decor, keep looking because this is not your mother's blog! I'm a self-depricating, humour-filled mom-blogger slash social-media-specialist who is a little bit country and a little bit rockn'roll. 

I used to tour with bands as a merchandising sales consultant (yep, that's a real job) and then well... when life gives you embryos.... you, you know.. get a job where you don't live on a tour bus. So, I made some babies and got a job as a digital marketing specialist.


A blogger, publisher and private consultant, Julie works on amazing projects all designed to support and nurture creativity, a positive lifestyle and viable business practices.

A true believer of the win-win-win philosophy, Julie's goals are to create rewarding opportunities that benefit all of those involved.

A mom of 3, living an idyllic rural life on Salt Spring Island, Julie balances life, family and feeding the chickens, while blogging at As the publisher of BLUNTmoms, she gets to work with AMAZING writers and women from around the globe, and as a consultant and coach, she spends her extra work hours helping others define their brand and their business. 

With a slight chicken fetish, and a love of Gardening, she is part "homesteader" and part "digital master" . . . making rural cool and digital businesses accessible to all!