School News

Cookie Dough Fund Raiser


Goshen Elementary School Fundraiser

Dear Friends and Family,

We need your help to raise funds for our annual Education Fair and school wide student activities.  Our goal is to raise $2,000 for our school.  Goshen School will receive 40% profit on each cookie dough & Sweet Treats and 50% profit for other items sold online! 


  • Frozen cookie dough in 2.7 lb. tubs in seven great flavors!  There are no eggs in the dough so shelf life is up to 21 days.  Pre-made treats come individually gift wraped and ready to eat.
  • Candles, Books & Fun plaques.

Obtaining Orders:

  • Brochure orders:  If your Goshen Elementary child lives close you may order cookie dough only through the brochure.  Please make checks payable only to Goshen Elementary School.   All payments must be turned in by Feb. 14th to the front office.  Orders will arrive to the school the end of Feb. and we will post the date and time for pick up.  There are no shipping or tax charges added to the brochure prices, however shipping charges and applicable tax are added to online orders. 
  • Online Orders: Another easy way to add to our fundraiser sales is to share with your family, friends and co-workers via email and/or social media the following link: You can register as a participant and we can track your sales online for a prize.  Online orders ship directly to the customer anywhere in the USA and Canada with in 10 business days.  Simple and Easy!


Need help or have questions?

Please call or text Marcy Burrell (our Celebrating Home rep.)

At (801) 473-4038 or e-mail



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