Fundraisers at LHS

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Livermore High School is starting off the new trimester with a couple of fundraisers. Some upcoming fundraisers are the boys lacrosse clothing drive (on January 29 2022 at 10-11am on Cowboy Alley) and a See’s candy fundraiser for the music department that’ll be held throughout January, though details of where you may buy them aren’t clear at this time. There’s also a sale of stickers and magnets on the LHS online store to raise money for the Safe and Sober Grad Night for the class of 2022.

 

However, there are plenty of other annual fundraisers that happened recently and it might be good to know about them if you’d like to participate next year. The Holiday Boutique, the Livermore Music Butter Braid fundraiser (held from November 13 to December 3), the Tri-Valley Haven donations, the Winter Floral Arrangements sale, the Holiday Grams, and the Wrestling Snap Raise fundraiser (held from November 17 to December 17). 

 

The Holiday Boutique this year was used to raise money for SSGN and had many vendors to  buy from including: Succulent Style, Laurie Leetch, Color Street, Kathy’s Gifts, Scentsy, Tupperware, Arbonne, Pop Shop Bakery, and many more. Many other vendors can be found on the PTSA website. It was held on December 12 at 8am-4pm in the large and small gym here at LHS. 

 

The Holiday Grams were to raise money for the school and were available from November 29 to December 10 this year. These Holiday Grams were little bags of candy that people could buy for a relative.

 

There’s also the Winter Floral Arrangement, in which you can buy a flower arrangement from the LHS floral class and receive it on December 17 in room 216 at 2-3:30pm. Another fundraiser, more of a donation in this case, that ends on December 17 was the Tri-Valley Haven Donations, in which you can donate various necessities for women and child victims of domestic abuse. Wreath sales and Poinsettia sales are usually happening around this time of year as well. There was also the Crab Feed fundraiser that’s also annual, but that was quite a while ago (March 20). 

 

There’s also some fundraisers that don’t have regular dates and times, but happen quite a bit. For example, a lot of clubs use Dine Outs a lot to raise money for their clubs. “Snap raises,” or spirit wear sales, are also frequent. The music program also uses fundraisers often to fund field trips and competitions that they have.

 

Some of these fundraisers raise money for SSGN, but a lot are also for ASB and general funding. A lot of the annual fundraisers are created by the PTSA, but if you’d like to have your own fundraiser, say for a club, then you’d need to fill out an activities form and a fundraiser form, which are both listed here

You can also support the school by buying some of their stickers and magnets here or buy other items and donate here. Lastly, there was the 6th Man Spirit Wear fundraiser for the basketball team. If you have questions about that, you can ask Gabriel Castro or James Petersdorf. If you have any questions about the Wrestling Snap Raise, you can ask Herb Guidry. If it’s the Holiday Boutique you’re wondering about, you can email either [email protected] or [email protected]. You can also find more information about fundraisers (important events in general really) by going to peachjar on the front page of the school website or here.