We love seeing the amazing creativity our schools put in to make their Raise Craze fundraiser a success. From 280+ Acts of Kindness in ONE NIGHT to fun ways to incorporate your teachers - here are a few fun ideas that have stood out to us! We hope they can inspire you as well :-)
Rucker Elementary (Prosper, TX) - High School Students During Car Line During multiple mornings of student drop-off, Rucker Elementary had band members and athletes from the local high school come and welcome them into school. They held inspirational signs that promoted KINDNESS so the students could start their day off right!
Ketterlinus Elementary (St.Augustine, FL) - 280+ Acts of Kindness Completed in One Night Ketterlinus Elementary hosted a Raise Craze Service Night that connected their school families with local organizations. Students were able to create paper flowers for a local nursing home, write thank you notes to servicemen & women, and decorate napkins for Meals on Wheels. They also collected donations for various causes!
Franklin Elementary (Park Ridge, IL) - Teachers Inspiring Students Franklin Elementary has incorporated their faculty into their Incentive Plan by offering Teacher Experiences as prizes for top students. A couple examples include “Crafting with Winner & 3 Friends” and “Lunch and a Zumba Class”. It’s a great way for teachers to get involved while sharing some of their hobbies with their students!
Baker Elementary (Prosper, TX) - Honoring Heroes for 9/11 Baker Elementary kicked off their Raise Craze fundraiser by honoring servicemen & women on 9/11. This set the tone for their campaign and encouraged the students to think outside of themselves just like these individuals did.