GroupTogether recently conducted research to find out what teachers love and hate when it comes to end of year teacher gifts.
A whopping 74.49% prefer a group gift voucher with a lovely message and a group card.
They also found the that the 8 Worst Teacher’s Gifts of 2016 were:
• Hand Cream
• Chocolate/Food Items
• Pot Plant
GroupTogether takes the hassle and awkwardness out of collecting for a group gift. One person sets up a collection and GroupTogether does everything else: the reminders, tracking and collecting contributions online. Then the pooled money is transferred to the organizer.
It’s more convenient for everyone to be able to pay online and add a personal message to the card. The printable card is such a nice keepsake for the teacher.
It’s free to set up and free to contribute for teacher collections (school/ballet/scouts) using the promo link.
How does GroupTogether work?
Click the link to set up a collection in 5 minutes
Add parents’ email addresses to allow for weekly reminders
Or share a link - e.g. newsletters, SMS or email
Parents can contribute if they wish and add a message and pic to the card
GroupTogether transfers the money to your account to buy the group voucher or group gift.
Ali Linz and Julie Tylman's are revolutionising the way Australians are gifting with a website that takes the hassle out of collecting for a group gift. In the last year, over 10,000 Australians have enjoyed the ease of it and the way it takes the awkwardness out of collecting money.
GroupTogether doesn't sell gifts. The user-friendly platform does the inviting, reminding, collecting, tracking and then sends the money and group card to the organiser. It makes it easy to pool funds to give one gift that’s really wanted without the waste. Friends can also add a photo and message to the group card. For those who want to “give back”, there’s the option to donate a portion of the gift pool to your favourite charity.