Drive-4-Schools Tickets Available for Purchase- Bobcat Store
It’s that time of year again to purchase raffle tickets for the Drive-4-School Fundraiser Presented by the Beach Boardwalk. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE FAMILIES OF THE CZU LIGHTING COMPLEX FIRES!!
Drive-4-Schools is a Santa Cruz County school drawing. Purchase raffle tickets for the chance to win the grand prize of $25,000, 5 x $1,000 prizes and many more! Last year our school raised $9,000! Purchase tickets online (Bobcat Store) & a parent volunteer will be filling out all your contact information for you. We will not be passing out physical tickets this year! Doesn’t get much easier then that!! Tickets will be sold online until Sunday, October 25th.
The drawing will be held at the Boardwalk Neptune’s Stage on November 1st @ 1pm. Masks are required, and you do not need to be present to win.
Please help support our community and victims of the czu fires!! Any questions, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Start all your amazon shopping by clicking our affiliate+smile link in the top right corner of our site. For every dollar you spend, approximately 7% will be donated back to the bobcat club!
To get the most benefit, be sure to sign up for smile.amazon.com and choose “San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School Bobcat Club” as the recipient. Once done, clicking on the link in the top-right of our home-page should automatically send you to smile.amazon.com and donate funds to our affiliate and smile donation accounts.
eScrip Online Mall
Sign up at http://www.eScrip.com and a percentage of your online shopping purchases will go toward supporting SLE.
Safeway has discontinued its escrip program (which used to give $10,000 to the Bobcat club), so if you can, please shop at Nob Hill (bought by Raley’s).
If you know of a local store that has a non-profit/education program, please email us at email@example.com. Check back here for more options.
Students love this activity and there is a healthy competition between classroom as to who can collect the most box tops. Box top collection raises over $1000 each year. Check in the library to see which classroom is ahead.