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With each kit, you can excpect to make approximately 180 toys, which when sold at $10-12 apiece, yields a net profit of $1,300 - $1,600.

 

Knowing the toys were simple to make, Lisa decided to see if children would enjoy making them—and they did. The first group of children who made the toys were students at the Perkins School for the Blind. They loved the toy project and sold the finished toys at a highly successful school fundraiser.

Making “Knots of Fun” is a great project for any school or organization looking for a creative way to engage students and raise money at the same time.

We are offering this project as a complete kit, scaled to the size of your organization.

School kits can be customized to include personalized hang tags with mission statement and logo.