When it comes to raising funds for his high school, Andy Guinea has many tricks up his sleeve. Guinea, junior at Hallsville High School, will utilize his knowledge of tricks by performing a magic show in his school auditorium in order to raise funds for the 2012 prom. “I have been performing magic tricks for the past six or seven years,” Guinea said. “And we decided it would be a great way to raise money… people get to get something for giving up their money.”
Spanish Fork High School Student Council is saving the planet with one used cell phone at a time, well, not just cell phones. The Council has created a fundraiser that will collect any old electronic device that you may no longer need. They can be working or broken. Items range from old cell phones, game boys, and empty ink jet cartridges to laptop computers and E-books. The old, worn out devices will be traded in for cash to help raise money for the Student Council costs.
The students at the Northeast Range School have been collecting and recycling beverage containers in order to raise awareness of a possible Minnesota Recycling Refund program. Conservation Minnesota offered to pay the group ten cents for each of the first 10,000 cans and bottles recycled. Motivated by the potential to significantly increase the class of 2015 funds while working on a positive project, the students took charge and easily met their $1000 fundraiser goal.
Great Meadows Middle School students tape principal to the wall to raise money for American Cancer Society
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