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Milmaran Twenty ways to raise funds schoolfnudraising candy. It offers parents solutions, and ideas for simple things they can do in their own lives,schools, and communities. Milk vending — a new option. Food is often used to reward good behavior.

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Choose one involving food or not involving food—whatever you and the other leaders decide best fits your group. Community Advice ghkunkel writes: Craig, thank you for your response. Yes, the guide provides some great ideas, but I want to know what other schools are doing to raise important funds for school academics and activities, but in a way that does not promote food. I am especially concerned since my kids are entering school. I think it is an important issue for parents to address as they are finding ways to financially support the school.

Thank you for your suggestion to go to the Yellow Pages. I will check it out. At the concessions, we sell junk food and soda drinks. Recently, I introduced healthy snacks and drinks to the concession menu. They did not sell well. Are we so obsessed with making money that we fill the bellies of our children with food that provides empty calories? Change the focus of money making to the focus of healthy choices for children and ourselves. It looks at ways PTOs can help teach kids about healthy choices.

We too moved to this type of fundraiser with the idea that the schools do not need more junk food or gadgets.

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CSPINET ORG SCHOOLFUNDRAISING PDF

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Choose one involving food or not involving food—whatever you and the other leaders decide best fits your group. Community Advice ghkunkel writes: Craig, thank you for your response. Yes, the guide provides some great ideas, but I want to know what other schools are doing to raise important funds for school academics and activities, but in a way that does not promote food. I am especially concerned since my kids are entering school. I think it is an important issue for parents to address as they are finding ways to financially support the school. Thank you for your suggestion to go to the Yellow Pages. I will check it out.

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Skip to main content. Raising Healthy Active Kids. Every Body is Good. Implementation Tools and Resources. New resources for school food service.

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