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PTSA Direct Donation Fundraiser

Sinaloa Middle School's PTSA is asking for everyone’s involvement to ensure another successful school year. You can be involved as much or as little as your schedule allows.

This is our primary PTSA fundraiser and 100% of your tax-deductible donation stays here at Sinaloa!!!

This “Donation Drive” fundraiser is a simple way to support our programs, with no merchandise to buy or sell. All donations from this fundraiser will be used to support and fund programs for our students such as:

  • Renaissance Reflections
  • Library Improvements
  • Book Fairs
  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Maker's Space Room
  • Variety Show
  • Scholarships
  • Food Drives

We are suggesting a donation of $25 per family

The Donation Drive fundraiser is separate from the fundraiser sale that is conducted by the school.

Of course, any amount you can contribute to make these programs possible will be appreciated. The “Donation Drive will continue to be accepted throughout the year.

 

Please make checks payable to Sinaloa PTSA. Checks may be mailed to the school at the address below, attention PTSA or you can turn your check into the office. Attach this form or put “Donation Drive” in the memo area of your check.

 

Thank you for your support!

Vanessa Sherlock, Sinaloa PTSA President

If everyone does a little, no one has to do a lot.

 

Posted by: Sinaloa Webmaster Published:8/27/18
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