Our fundraising events have looked a bit different in the past few years! This year we are holding a calendar raffle fundraiser. Winners will receive a daily prize of a gift card, small prize, event tickets, etc. We are hoping that you might be willing to donate to our calendar raffle fundraiser.
Your business will be recognized on the calendar raffle and as a Kids Klub supporter on our website and social media pages. With nearly 500 children attending our school age centers, this is a great way to support Kids Klub and the community while receiving increased visibility for your business.
Looking to reach even more members of your community? We are looking for up to 3 businesses to sponsor the raffle calendar for $150. This sponsorship would place your logo on the calendar.
If you would like to make a donation or sponsor, please mail the enclosed form or send donations directly to Kids Klub at 1201 Douglas Pike, Suite 4, Smithfield, RI 02917. If you would like someone to pick up your donation, please contact us at 401-723-2277 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorships will be allocated on a first paid basis. Please send all donations by April 12, 2023 for our May raffle calendar.
We hope that we can count on your continued support as we plan this event. Your sponsorship supports the Kids Klub Fund that enhances our educational programming through offering field trips, scholarships, and enrichment programs that would not be possible without your help.
Please save the date for our next annual fundraiser in Spring 2024!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Fundraiser Committee Chair, Alicia Gloria, at email@example.com or 401-723-2277 x265.
We truly thank you for any support that you can offer.
Some of the donations we have received already include:
- Scavenger Hunts by Let’s Roam
- Admission to Old Sturbridge Village
- Seal Cruise tickets from Save the Bay
- Birthday Party certificate from Mad Science
- Passes for the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium
Calendar sponsors include:
- Mad Science of Southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island