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Fundraiser Ideas for low income students...

6 years 8 months ago #172041 by Kristin Bennett
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Just joined PTA and am working on fundraising ideas for low income students. These ideas are WONDERFUL! THANK YOU!
6 years 8 months ago #172006 by Howard
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The program at www.read-a-thon.com expands the universe of people who can support a fundraiser and gives a compelling reason to donate.
6 years 8 months ago #172000 by Kathy Carpenter
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I have just been elected PTO President and love these suggestions. I am going to start planning and getting input early. I am a Parent and now a Grandmother. I think people would like to see some different things other than wrapping paper and magazines and all the usual. Thanks again.
6 years 11 months ago #171881 by Anonymous
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We do a color run. You can use a company (boosterthon.com I think) or do it yourself. It fun, gets the kids moving and you can make a good profit from it.
6 years 11 months ago #171880 by Anonymous
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We also do pictures with Santa or a picture in front of a Christmas tree. The cost is $5 each and we usually make a little over $1,000.
7 years 4 months ago #171696 by Jamie Jacob
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It's our best fundraiser! We're adding a spring carnival because we make more than on fundraisers. Sell Costo Pizza for $2 a slice, Nachos $1, ice cream sandwiches or otter pops are great! We had a contractor build us a corn hole game and lumber was around $35. Kelly Moore donated paint. Have a game building contest to get games made that you can keep in return they get a great prize. Getting volunteers was the hard part.
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