Small change can add up to big funds when using a paper coin canister from the Coin Bank Store. Coin banks have been a go-to fundraiser for many organizations from schools, charities, churches, and beyond. The ease of use and small amount of effort required across all individuals involved is one of the big driving forces behind the desire to do a canister bank fundraiser. Contributors enjoy filling the canisters; when filled with quarters, our large banks hold over $175 and our medium canisters hold over $70! Another benefit of using a paper coin canister from the Coin Bank Store? They’re made from recycled materials so you can help the environment while you help your organization! Additionally, our coin banks can be plain allowing you to make your own design for the exterior, or a customized label can be created for us to apply directly to your canister making them ready to go right out of the box!
At Coin Bank Store, you can choose the specific size coin canister you need for your fundraiser, as well as the type of top enclosure that suits your needs. You can choose a tamper-resistant lid or reusable lids for ongoing fundraising. A tamper-resistant lid is ideal for situations where you need the coin bank to be completely secure and unable to be opened until the fundraising campaign is complete. When you are ready to retrieve the money from the can, you will need to cut it open. A reusable plastic lid is ideal for fundraising where the security of the can is not an issue. All cans come fully assembled, so the choice is yours based on individual needs.
The size of your coin canister depends on your fundraising campaign. How long are you running the campaign? Are the areas where the canisters are located high-traffic locations that would receive a lot of donations? If you are using a tamper-resistant lid and the can will be located in an area that either has high traffic or will be there for a long time, a large canister would be ideal. If the canister is using a reusable lid, then choose the size based on the frequency the funds would be able to be removed in conjunction with the expected amount of donations the can would receive.