The Mutt-i-grees Ambassadors of Fenton Charter Leadership Academy, Fenton STEM Academy in Los Angeles, CA
Australian Wildlife Week
The Fenton Academies held fundraising efforts during the week of February 3rd-7th. Their Mutt-i-grees Ambassadors, Nicolas Welch and Eymi Bracamontes, shared their plans at their Parent Advocacy Committee. All funds collected will support the wildlife in Australia. Fenton Charter Leadership Academy and Fenton STEM Academy plan on helping this important cause in two different ways and their Mutt-i-grees Ambassadors will help to promote, organize and manage these events:
- Coins for Koalas
Each class will have a week to collect as many coins and/or bills that they can. The class who has raised the most money will receive an Australian-themed prize (Koala pencil hugger). The Student Council School Spirit Committee created posters to be hung throughout the school campus to advertise this event.
- Wildlife Eraser Fundraiser
The Student Council Community Outreach Committee will be using their recess time to sell wildlife erasers to the school community for $1.
Clinton High School, Clinton, Arkansas
Keegan Campbell, their Mutt-i-grees Ambassador is coordinating with different classes to purchase groceries, cook, and sell spaghetti dinners. They will take pictures to document all of the steps leading to the actual distribution of the meals to students, teachers, and community. They’re selling tickets for $8.00 each and hoping to have a $500 profit to send toward the Australian Animal Relief fund.
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