We have introduced a Profit Share program for children under 15 years old. You can earn up to $3.00 per book you sell. Some girls, who feature in the cookbook, have seized this opportunity and have their spend, save, and share plans for their hard earned money. We want to make this opportunity available to anyone who would choose to seize it.
Why do we have such a program?
Sparking entrepreneurialism with our young is setting them up with foundational tools that they can use in all aspects of their life.
The idea came to us after spending a year designing gifts for girls. We wanted to create something that was lasting and tangible but also involved the girls we normally designed for.
Who is eligible?
This program is available to children 15 years old or younger.
You must be a member. It is simple – filling out the form link below makes you eligible.
How does it work?
Decide how many books you would like to sell (why not pre-sell before you buy)
We will get in contact with you via your nominated email.
We will invoice you for copies of the book.
Upon payment we will deliver your books safely to your door.
We don’t refund you for any unsold books, that is part of the experience, but we are here to help each step of the way if you need it.
How much can I make?
You can earn AUD$3.00 for every book you sell under this program. If you order 10 books you can earn $30.00 in pocket money. It is up to you who you would like to sell the book to. It is also up to you whether you would like to spend, save or share what you earn.
What do we ask in return?
To date there have been some wonderfully creative and energetic ways the book has been promoted and sold. You will get to hear about those stories and how they went about it, here on this Blog. If you participate in this program we would love to share your story – it is worth telling. So, in short we would really like to interview you. Here is one we did with Kate Plowman.
Why do I need to be a member?
We take care of those in our community and we like to make sure that everyone who participates does so in a thoughtful manner. If you participate in Profit Share, our Schools Program or as a guest contributor we need to know who you are.