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Receiving and distributing the apples smoothly and easily

** Around the end of your sales campaign we will contact you to set up a suitable date for delivery of your apples. In most cases, delivery will be contracted to a third-party carrier.

Printing out your checklist

After your campaign sales period has ended, click on Campaigns > Sales in the menu bar and then click the red button that says "Download PDF Checklist".

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The app will compile both your Sellers ledger and the Buyers ledger into one handy PDF checklist and download it to your computer for easy printing. 

Buyers and Sellers will be listed in alphabetical order with their contact information and the number of boxes they will be picking up from you.

Print out the checklist and have it with you on delivery day. Simply check off the names as people collect their apples.

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Emailing your supporters

You can quickly and easily send a bulk email message to all the Sellers and Buyers that have participated in your fundraiser campaign.


Simply click on Campaigns > Details in the menu bar and then click the blue button that says "Email Buyers".

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Clicking the button will produce a popup window, as shown here.


Simply enter a subject line and type out your message, then hit "Start Conversation" to send.

Use this feature to notify everyone of the delivery date or any other important communication.

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What to expect at delivery

The apples are packed and shipped in single layer boxes, as shown, for easy handling.

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The boxes will be arranged on a pallet, as shown. A full pallet holds 147 boxes and is over seven feet tall.


You may need a short stool or a chair to comfortably reach the top layers of boxes.

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The apples will be delivered by a third party carrier in a truck similar to the one pictured here.

The driver will lower the pallets to the ground for you and move them (a short distance, over flat pavement only) to your preferred spot. 

Have a knife or pair of scissors handy to cut off the straps that secure the boxes together on the pallet.

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Now it's crunch time!

Enjoy your delicious apples.

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