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new and repeat customers

Oberweis Dairy Testimonial – Gaining Visibility Across All Locations

The Oberweis family of brands, that includes Oberweis Dairy, That Burger Joint, and Woodgrain Pizzeria, is a family-focused business that strives to provide high-quality foods and valuable relationships with their communities. Hear about Ambrosia March’s experience utilizing GroupRaise to gain visibility over their fundraising program for 60 locations and improving… Read More

Digital Fundraisers & How Your Restaurant Can Benefit

Restaurant owners and operators, there’s a new angle to community engagement strategy you can leverage: digital fundraisers.   Whether you’re a pro at hosting fundraising events or considering starting your restaurant’s own program, if you’re not incorporating an online or off-premises aspect to your fundraising events,… Read More

Moe’s Southwest Grill Testimonial – GroupRaise Saves Franchisees’ Time

Benjamin Getz, Field Marketing Manager at Moe’s Southwest Grill, tells his experience using GroupRaise to drive community groups to their locations.   Learn More About Partnering With GroupRaise   Video Transcript Benjamin Getz, Field Marketing Manager at Moe’s Southwest Grill: “Primarily… Read More

Benefits of Partnering Your Restaurant with GroupRaise

Partnering with GroupRaise makes the experience of scheduling fundraising events easier than ever, all while promoting you to thousands of potential new customers as a brand that gives back.   By joining the GroupRaise restaurant community, you gain access to game-changing… Read More

Mellow Mushroom Testimonial – Connecting With More Student Orgs

Damon from Lexington, KY shares his experience of using GroupRaise to host local organizations at his Mellow Mushroom locations. Read More

How to Increase Restaurant Revenue with Takeout Fundraisers

Every penny made from hosting a fundraiser is incremental, precisely because fundraisers don’t interfere with your daily business. And this is how & why restaurants profit ($$) by giving back a percentage. Read More