Getting students to participate in fundraising for their school has a number of advantages aside from the financial: students who invest effort into helping their school are also invested in their school. It helps to build school pride and school spirit, and students who participate in successful fundraising projects also learn confidence.
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The Parent Teacher Association, or PTA, is a fundamental part of any school fundraising drive. The parents of the school come together and volunteer in this organization to help with school field trips, assemblies and fundraising.