Double Your Money Earned for Your Organization with a Moe’s Taco Kit Fundraiser 

Recognizing the need for organizations to fundraise with a lack of options during the pandemic, owners Ryan and Ashley O’Hare of Moe’s Southwest Grill’s Mentor, Mayfield Heights and South Euclid locations, got creative when thinking of how they could help others with their fundraising efforts.  “We are all about the food and family experience which is why our Build Your Own Taco Kit is perfect to offer as a fundraising option.  Easy, convenient and plenty of food and fun,” states Ryan O’Hare.  


Each taco kit serves 4-6 and comes with 12 soft flour tortillas, your choice of 2 proteins, lettuce, shredded cheese, Pico de Gallo, rice, beans, sour cream and of course a bowl of Moe’s famous queso.  As usual, the chips and salsa are included and are compliments of Moe’s!  Taco kits are $34.99.


Teaming up with Moe’s means a simple process with a substantial return.  Moe’s will supply the fundraiser a digital flyer and post your event on their Facebook page.  You simply pick a date, market the event and share the online ordering link to all of your members and supporters. 


The fundraisers have been very popular with schools, PTAs, sports teams, clubs, groups and non-profit organizations.  For every taco kit sold, the fundraising organization receives 25% of sales proceeds and from October 15 – October 31, those who sign up to hold a fundraiser between November 9 and January 31 have an opportunity to double the money they raise!  


“Because of the popularity of the taco kits, we wanted to add an extra element of fun and opportunity for the organization to rally around and raise more money.  What better way than a contest,” states Ashley O’Hare.  The group or organization who raises the most money out of the fundraisers held between November 9 and January 31 will get an additional check from Moe’s doubling their sales proceeds.  The winner will be announced in the beginning of February. 


To enter the contest or get more information, email or call 440-773-1128.

Lake News
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