Fill a bag for a donation- Part 2

The Fundraising Team accomplished another awesome fundraiser on Monday, April 4th from 8 am to 5:30 pm at the CAW Center.  We handed out information about the Green Corridor course and our famous seed cards, made contacts within the University of Windsor, signed people up to the mailing list, and invited future students and staff to the class presentations on April 5th.

Again, with much hard work, the event was a success.  This time, our profits were $543.32. Our business model still stayed the same – “Fill a bag for a donation”, and this allowed us to connect with a greater number of people. 

In fact, we had some free advertisement for the event – a member of CJAM stopped by early in the morning, and then announced on the air that the most impressive event he’s seen was going on in the CAW all day.  Additionally, another early patron posted pictures he took of our table on his Facebook, generating some traffic later in the afternoon.  Clearly our event was impressive enough to gain some attention from others, and we’re so grateful for the additional promotion. 

The Green Corriodor with The Fools for Health ( Clown-Doctor Program)

Again, there were many, many goodies to be had, with a final count below:

  • 109 popcorn balls, covered in caramel
  • 100 ice cream cupcakes
  • 196 traditional cupcakes
  •  94 brownies
  •  75 crispy treats
  •  46 muffins
  • 36 cinnamon buns
  • 50 chocolate covered marshmallows
  • 45 plain marshmallows
  • 20 green chocolate covered marshmallows
  • 40 white chocolate covered marshmallows
  • 50 cookies – oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip
  • 52 turnovers
  • 100 Candy bags
  • Lime Punch

Behind the table! We used stackable boxes to place the treats in! 

We would like to send out a special thanks once again to The Media Team, Catrina and Jaclyn, for their support in baking cupcakes, turnovers, cinnamon buns and cookies. Thanks again, team!

Sincerely,

The Fundraising Team

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Fill a Bag for a Donation Part 2 – April 4th

The Fundraising and Media Teams are working together to fill the need for the Fill a Bag for a Donation- Part 2. We will be in the CAW Center- in front of the Tim Horton’s, on April 4th from 8 am until gone!!

 This is how it works – the supporters purchase a bag for a donation and fills it will all the goodies on the table.

Come and bring your money and your sweet tooth! We are going all out and doubling our efforts!

Remember April 4th- CAW Center- 8 am until GONE! Don’t be late.

Sincerely,

The Fundraising and Media Teams

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“Fill a bag for a donation”

The Fundraising Team accomplished one awesome fundraiser on Tuesday, March 22nd from 8 am to 5:30 pm - at the CAW Center.  With handing out information about the Green Corridor course and our famous seed cards, making contacts with in the University for Windsor, signing people up to the mailing list, and inviting future student and staff to the class presentations on April 5th.

Our first Customer – Paul from the Poet’s Blox Team

Making money and taking names

Alexa and Natasa worked extremely hard to make this event a success and we pulled it off with raising $610.50. Our business model was “Fill a bag for a donation” – By purchasing a bag for donation, the person would be able to full the bag up with goodies. “The more you take, the less we have to take home!”

Money, money, money

The count was:

  • 87 popcorn ball- covered in caramel or chocolate
  • 80 ice cream cupcakes
  • 50 traditional cupcakes
  • 50 brownies
  • 80 crispy treats
  • 36 giant muffins
  • 25 cinnamon buns
  • 60 chocolate covered mashmellow
  • 10 lemon loafs
  • Over 150 cookies – oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip
  • Candy bags
  • Lime punch

We would like to send out a special thanks to The Media Team – Catrina and Jaclyn – for the use and offering of their kitchens. Thanks again, team.

The key to have a excellent receipt for success you must have a smart marketing plan, make every look perfect and good to eat, mass equality of goods- plus to carry it out perfectly!!

WOW – $610.50

Sincerely,

The Fundraising Team

GO GREEN CORRIDOR

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Muffins for Motors

The E Motorcycle team has had a successful run at a bake sale this past Thursday. The team pulled in $184 to put towards the procurement of electrical components for the E-Bike. A special thanks goes out to the entire Novak family for their time and effort baking, decorating and helping to sell at the bake sale. Also, this past Thursday, the team visited local electrical manufacturer Electrozad, who graciously donated two switches, an emergency stop and weather proof PVC box for the Bike. The team is still working hard towards procuring the rest of the essential materials to have their designs come to fruition. This has proved to be a formidable task as the selected 4 horsepower DC motor is not used as a common industrial applications. Despite this the team will fight on to finish what they’ve started.

Ashley Novak serves some satisfied customers

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Electrifying Bake Sale: This Thursday!

With the spring just around the corner, the E-motorcycle team is gearing up to build a motorcycle that consumes current instead of guzzling gasoline. In preparation for this, the team visited local Windsor electrical manufacturer Electrozad, this past Thursday. An employee there indicated that Electrozad would be capable of supplying some switches, relays and other necessary electrical components for the bike’s circuitry. This is a good start, however the team still has to find many parts from its list and fast! To raise some of the funds to purchase parts that might not be donated, the team will be holding a bake sale in co-operation with SIFE Windsor this Thursday at the CAW Student Center. Hours of the sale are yet to be determined, but stay tuned for details to follow shortly. Bake goods, not unlike the ones show below, will be on sale for very reasonable prices. Make sure to come out and enjoy some delicious baked goods that will, no doubt, help electrify the E-Motorcycle team!

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