Your Guide to the Subway Fundraiser

Posted by Kate Christie

Trying to raise funds for your organization or favorite cause can seem impossible when you’re unsure of how to go about it. Enter the Subway fundraiser – equal parts fast, simple, and fun.

Read on to learn everything you need to know about hosting an event with Subway, as well as why you should want to!

The subway fundraiser is a great way to raise money for your cause.

How It Works

Organizing a Subway fundraiser is pretty straightforward and at the end of the day, your group will receive 15% of the event’s sales!

Making a request takes just 1 min:

  1. Select your location, date and time
  2. Tell us a little about your organization
  3. Submit your request!

When your request has been approved, it’s time to promote the event to your supporters. Spread the word on social media such as Facebook, Instagram and other platforms to create awareness and excitement, and get everyone ready for a deliciously fun night!

On the event day, come with your friends, family, supporters, and appetite! Just make sure attendees mention that they’re with your organization and the restaurant will handle the rest.

Within 4 – 6 weeks after the event, expect a check in the mail for 15% of the total sales from your event. With an average price of $6, it’s a budget-friendly way to make a great chunk of change for your organization.

The Subway fundraiser is perfect for all types of clubs - from PTAs to college clubs.

Is a Subway Fundraiser right for me?

A restaurant fundraiser is much more enticing than your everyday cupcake sale. Hosting an event at Subway is the perfect way to stand out and attract supporters.

Subway is known for its delicious subs and healthy options. They offer a wide selection of options, including vegan and vegetarian-friendly choices. There will certainly be something for all of your attendee’s tastes. Plus, with over 25,000 locations in the US, you’re sure to find a Subway near you.

A Subway fundraiser perfect for groups that value spending time with one another. There is no better way to connect with people than to come together over a delicious meal for an awesome cause.