Maximize Your Team’s Fundraising

The league’s fundraising campaign, presented by Trek, has launched! You can find details and collect donations through the RallyUp fundraising site.

Enter to win a Trek Top Fuel 9.8

What is the Trek Fundraiser?

The Trek fundraiser raises money at both the league and the team level. Donations are split 50/50 between the team the donor selects and the league.

Teams will receive their funds as

  • PitZone credits to cover things like team registration and student race registrations, or
  • a check at the end of the fundraiser to be used on helmets, jerseys, team tents, etc.

Entering the fundraiser is easy through the RallyUp website. Each donation enters the donor into a drawing for a Trek Top Fuel 9.8 bike and other Trek prizes.

One lucky student will also receive a Trek Supercaliber!

Tips for a successful campaign

1. Embrace the Competition!

This is a team sport after all! RallyUp provides a dashboard of where your team stands in the fundraising rankings! Are you going to let that one team beat you at this? No way! Go get it!

2. Get your contacts together

Students have done it before and they’ll likely have to do it again. If each student makes a list of 20 people to share the RallyUp link with, your team is sure to make a solid dent in your fundraising goals!

Here are 20 examples of people you should consider adding:

  1. Parent(s)/Guardian #1
  2. Parent(s)/Guardian #2
  3. Grandma
  4. Grandpa
  5. Cousin(s)
  6. Uncle(s)
  7. Aunt(s)
  8. Family doctor
  9. Orthodontist/dentist
  10. Church/Social leader
  1. Scout/troop leader
  2. Family friend #1
  3. Family friend #2
  4. Former coach
  5. School alumni
  6. Local businesses that know you
  7. Neighbor(s)
  8. Parent co-workers(s)
  9. Friend of parent
  10. Adult sibling(s)

3. Get on the Social

Make videos and reels with your teams to put out on the Instagram. Talk about what a difference it would make to them. Remember, this is more than just entering to win a bike – this is about supporting the league and the students!