Fundraising Programs For Schools FAQ
Children love to paint! At Original Works, we turn these amazing works of art into high quality products such as cups, grocery bags, ceramic tiles, t-shirts, wall art, key chains, pendants, and other office and home accessories that schools, churches, synagogues and clubs can sell to raise funds.
To learn more about our art based fundraising program, please read some of the commonly asked questions listed below. Didn’t see the answer you were looking for or need additional assistance? Contact us for more information, or learn more by browsing our school fundraising FAQ:
Yes. All original artwork is returned either during or at the conclusion of the program.
We strongly recommend using the free paper we provide, because it results in the best overall artwork reproduction. If you must use your own paper, please be sure to use a high quality, 70# 8 ½” x 11” art paper. Please consult our art instructions for complete details.
Markers (no fluorescent), tempera paints, water color paints and crayons (press hard for rich color) work the best. Please consult our art instructions for complete details.
We recommend keeping names, dates and other important details 1” from the edge of the artwork. Many of our products are full bleed, which means the artwork extends right to the very edge of the product. If important details are too close to the edge of the artwork, they may be partially or completely cropped during production. Please consult our art instructions for further information.
All lesson plans and related materials are available on our website in the Customer Care Center section. Please contact our customer service department should you require the password.
Due to stringent copyright laws, we cannot accept and reproduce copyrighted images. Any copyrighted images submitted will be returned without being processed.
PROCESS & PROCEDURES
Orders will be received at the school or organization 14 business days after arriving at our facility.
Orders are organized in the same order in which they were submitted to us. For easy distribution, we recommend that orders be sent to us organized by grade and then teacher.
We welcome late orders or second orders from satisfied customers. Please collect and submit them using the late order shipping form included in your coordinator guide. You will receive full profit on all late orders.
If you are a parent, please notify the program coordinator at the school of the issue. If you are the coordinator of the program, then please contact our Customer Service department at 800-421-0020 or email@example.com. We will work to resolve the issue as expeditiously as possible.
There is often some variation in color. This is due primarily to the variety of product textures and surfaces onto which the artwork is reproduced.