Cougar Run 4th Annual Read4Fund$ Event

Cougar Run 4th Annual Read4Fund$ Event
Read4Funds

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL!

We are excited to announce our 4th annual
Read4Fund$ Program!

✴Our program works in current restrictions
by taking online donations, recording
reading minutes online and having virtual
assemblies and announcements!

✴100% of your donations will be tax
deductible.

✴Our school/parent group earns a
substantial profit from every donation and
these funds will be used to benefit all
students.

✴Read4Fund$ is an ALL student
participation program, focusing on each
Student Reader, which will promote
education and will drive school spirit!

✴Gather as many sponsors as you can
NOW. We make it easy with a school
specific website and online donations
to your student!

At r4funds.com/schools/crunread20/
you can:
• Donate Online
• Enter minutes read
• Send emails to potential donors
• See Classroom goal progress
• Check your students’ donations
o Use Password
cougars

School Goal is to raise $15,000
Student Goal is to raise $50 per student
That's 60,000 Minutes of reading school wide!

Important Dates:
9/9 & 9/10: Virtual Assembly
9/14 & 9/15: Spirit Week Begins-Begin Reading!
9/18/2020: Early Bird
Donations Due
9/23 & 9/24: Pledges Due to School
9/30 & 10/1: Prize Day



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