STUDENT ACCOUNT FUNDRAISERS
Each family has the opportunity to subsidize fair share with student account fundraising. Any amount raised from these opportunities will go directly towards the student’s account and applied toward the next fair share payment. Student Fair Share pays for travel (transportation, lodging, meals), show design, instruction/staff, uniform/costume maintenance, props, equipment, truck rental/maintenance, and field maintenance.
WALNUT CREEK AMPHITHEATER
Enjoy top-name artists while earning money towards your Fair Share! The Summer Concert series at Walnut Creek draws thousands of attendees from April through October. The Green Hope Band is charged with staffing three beverage stands at these events. Student accounts are usually credited $75 – $90 per concert worked.
Working times are generally 5pm – 11pm. We only have the opportunity for approx. 10 people at each event so it’s important to sign up early. Prior to working, you must attend Team Training, a free 2-hour course offered by the NC Alcohol Commission.
Contact Green Hope Band Walnut Creek Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You already buy groceries… earn money while you shop! For every $100 you spend, you’ll earn 6% from Lowe’s Foods. (NOTE: 90% of earnings go to Student Account / 10% goes to GHHS Band Boosters.) This is applied directly to your student account. Many families earn up to $500 towards their student's account.
SHOP WITH SCRIP
When you purchase gift cards through the RaiseRight program (formerly Shop with Scrip), a percentage of the purchase price is credited to your student account! Gift cards are available for hundreds of retailers, both physical and virtual.
We don't want to turn anyone away from participating in band for financial reasons. If you have special circumstances, please reach out to the band director or the booster club president or treasurer and let them know. We have a limited budget available for scholarships.
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