Success Stories

Pioneer Elementary School

Pioneer Elementary School in Colorado Springs needed to raise $700 to upgrade their outdoor classroom. We recommended that they sell World’s Finest Chocolate Bars in order to raise the $700. The parents, students, teachers, and staff at Pioneer Elementary did an amazing job. In fact, their fundraiser raised almost 10 times the amount needed; just under $7,000. We can’t wait to see what they do with their next World’s Finest Chocolate Fundraiser in the Spring of 2020!

Woodman Hills Elementary

Woodmen Elementary in Peyton, Co each year selects a project to help fund through their Spring Fundraiser. They have used S’Cool Fundraising for the past 3 years to assist them in this effort. This year the money raised was dedicated to improvements needed in the library. Even with the school’s enrollment decreased by 150 students due to a new school opening, they raised $9,000 for the library project.

Kemper Elementary in Cortez, Colorado Raises over $11K

Kemper Elementary hoped to raise around $5,000 of the $8,000 needed for the new sign during the first fundraiser. With the help of S’Cool Services Fundraising and some very motivated kids, parents, teachers, and school staff, they raised $11,725, more than enough to cover the cost of the new sign plus set a little extra aside for the next project.

Pioneer Elementary School

Pioneer Elementary School in Colorado Springs needed to raise $700 to upgrade their outdoor classroom. We recommended that they sell World’s Finest Chocolate Bars in order to raise the $700. The parents, students, teachers, and staff at Pioneer Elementary did an amazing job. In fact, their fundraiser raised almost 10 times the amount needed; just under $7,000. We can’t wait to see what they do with their next World’s Finest Chocolate Fundraiser in the Spring of 2020!

Woodman Hills Elementary

Woodmen Elementary in Peyton, Co each year selects a project to help fund through their Spring Fundraiser. They have used S’Cool Fundraising for the past 3 years to assist them in this effort. This year the money raised was dedicated to improvements needed in the library. Even with the school’s enrollment decreased by 150 students due to a new school opening, they raised $9,000 for the library project.

Kemper Elementary in Cortez, Colorado Raises over $11K

Kemper Elementary hoped to raise around $5,000 of the $8,000 needed for the new sign during the first fundraiser. With the help of S’Cool Services Fundraising and some very motivated kids, parents, teachers, and school staff, they raised $11,725, more than enough to cover the cost of the new sign plus set a little extra aside for the next project.

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