There are many companies offering School Fundraising Programs to Parent Teacher Organizations in Putnam County. To keep important activities such as school sports alive in a tight economy, you will want to get the most reward from your efforts. Only MCM Fundraising has six highly successful programs that help students and parents in Carmel and Mahopac achieve or exceed their goals.
Beacon Falls, Oxford, and Seymour CT rely on school fundraising to pay for important programs and activities. Throughout the state of Connecticut, high school athletic budgets are stretched thin before the school year is half over. With the onset of Spring, high school and elementary school students in Connecticut towns like Beacon Falls, Oxford and Seymour look forward to Spring Sports.
The cost of school athletics programs is high. By the time Spring comes around, your Football, Soccer, Cheerleading, Basketball and school trip budgets are exhausted. At MCM Fundraising, we team up with your school fundraising committee, determine your needs, help you set goals, and work with you until you have met or exceeded your goal!
School fundraising in Rhode Island raises money for student enrichment programs, music and the arts, high school sports, field trips, and class trips. From Woonsocket to New Shorham, parent-teacher groups look for fundraising programs that have a proven formula for success, programs that high school and elementary level students can “sell” easily.
One of the secrets to a successful school fundraising campaign is engagement and enthusiasm among the students in New Haven Ct. People ask us all the time how to generate excitement, so we would like to offer some methods used in schools across the region.
End of School Year Activities – Bristol, CT You volunteer with the fundraising committee for the middle or elementary school in Bristol, CT. The 2016-2017 school year ends in a few months. Funds allocated to spring sports programs may be nearly exhausted by now. Spring sports such as baseball, softball, or lacrosse may not have monies in the budget to purchase all the equipment needed for the school team.
The high cost of high school sports programs is a burden borne by district taxpayers, student athletes, and parents of student athletes. The need for creative, successful fundraising programs are more important than ever. Throughout the state of Connecticut, high school athletic budgets are on the chopping block.