Whether your fundraising idea has a creative twist or follows a tried-and-true plan, we're excited to learn about your ideas and offer the support and guidance needed to help make your fundraising event a success.
Each class has a container. Each penny is one point—but watch out! Silver coins and bills are worth triple the points.
SHOW YOUR TEAM SPIRIT!
Plan a “Spirit Week” leading up to the big game, and ask participants for a donation. On gameday, sell temporary tattoos or paint faces.
Host a movie night, school dance, or ice cream party. Ask students to make a donation to attend.
Students can dress down (for uniform schools), wear hats, or pajamas for a small donation.
Enlist the help of your classmates and teachers to collect toys, books, or even art supplies for the Art Cart. Learn more about toy drives here.
PARENT TEACHER NIGHT
Place donation canisters in each classroom during parent-teacher night. Have students select the hospital department where funds will be donated.
Have “sponsors” pledge to students to make a donation for each lap run, each “A” grade, or each book read.
Gather friends to make patient kits. Activity kits bring smiles to our hospital, allowing patients and siblings to enjoy just being kids! For more information about patient kits, click here.
TEACHERS IN JAIL
If students collect a certain amount, they can put their teacher in “jail” for the rest of a class period.