CVHS Guidance

Hi Cindy

This was the smoothest cookie dough fundraiser ever. Thank you for everything. I loved the prepackage items.

Ivette D
CVHS Guidance Counselor

Desert Meadows School

Thanks so much for help with this fundraiser. It went smoothly and I appreciate how organized it was.

Desert Meadows School

Mountainside Music

Cindy: Thank you so much for helping us yesterday with the set up for the fundraiser distribution to the students! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your help! You have been wonderful to work with!

Mountainside MS Music Dept.

The Odyssey Preparatory Academy

Thank you so much for a great fundraiser. Mrs.Fields was such a huge success at our school. The parents loved the quality of the cookies and the accuracy of the orders. I have been doing cookie dough fundraisers for the last 10 years and have never had a cookie dough order so accurate. The prizes were correct, the orders were correct and the delivery was smooth. Thank you for helping our schools raise over $50,000 in profit, I know next year we will surely beat this due to the parent feedback.

Thanks again,
Sally Stinson

The Odyssey Preparatory Academy

Crismon Elementary

Thank You Card from Crismon Elementary

Thank you for helping our PTA fundraiser at Crismon Elementary. Thank you for coming to do the assembly and for your support along the way.

Crismon PTA

Fundraising Fun at St. Theresa’s

Fun at St. Theresa's

St. Theresa third-graders duct tape their principal, Maureen Fyan, to the wall Oct. 5. It was a reward for selling the most gourmet food items during a fall fundraiser for the Parent-Teacher Organization. (Ambria Hammel/THE CATHOLIC SUN)

Not having enough school funds can create a sticky situation. So can raising too much.

Just ask Maureen Fyan, principal at St. Theresa, 5001 E. Thomas Road. She let the class who raised the most money during a fall fundraiser duct tape herself to the wall Oct. 5.

Overall, the school sold more than $18,100 worth of gourmet food through Krista’s Gourmet Favorites. That’s double what St. Theresa students raised last year by selling wrapping paper.