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    Default School Fundraising and P&F ideas

    Our school does walkathon, hot cross buns fundraiser, disco, Mother's/Father's Day stalls, Father's Day breakfast. Easter raffles/Christmas raffle. Over the last few years, they have also done family portraits using a company that also does the school photos. Last year, we also held an art exhibition. We employed some artists who taught the children some art skills. They had a chosen theme and needed to create an artwork on that theme. A night in term 4, we invite the students, parents and members of other schools in the area to come and purchase these artworks. Minimum cost was $30 but the parent or whoever bought the art could add to the price. Very successful night, only 3 works didn't sell and the school bought those ones for the library.
    Last edited by New Hope; 04-03-2016 at 19:36.

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