• Organizations such as the Boy or Girl Scouts, fraternal, non-profit, and other established groups that work together to achieve goals. They can use buttons to raise awareness for their efforts and even to raise funds for themselves.


  • Recognize children in their respective groups with buttons as rewards for accomplished feats.


  • Use rubber stamps, stickers, glitter, markers - you name it, and have your group members create buttons or magnets as take-home gifts or, sell them as a fundraiser for a future trip.


  • Make buttons or simple button crafts such as a thank-you gift to all volunteers who may have donated time to help out your organization at a recent event (i.e., pancake breakfast, bake sale, car wash, etc.).


  • Raise money for a scholarship fund that your group or organization has by making and selling buttons - buttons cost only pennies and can be sold for $1.00 or more!


  • Identify yourselves and your group when out and about; pin a button to your baseball cap or shirt. People are sure to take notice!


  • Publicize upcoming sponsorship of sales, blood drives, and special events such as choir performances or plays by wearing and distributing buttons in your area.