Revenue generated with the following fundraisers will be used to support PSO programs and activities such as: Family Fun Nights, Student and Classroom Grant programs, Leadership Awards, Staff Luncheons and the school directory.
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We are looking for good, clean clothing for men, women and children. This may include items such as;
- Shirts, Blouses, Suits,
- Skirts, Pants, Dresses, Shorts
- Jackets, Coats, Warm-Ups
- Underwear, Bras, Pajamas
- Paired Socks, Paired Shoes
We are looking for good, wearable clothing, but we will accept items with small tears or that are lightly stained or worn.
We also accept clean household items such as:
- Sheets, Bedspreads, Blankets
- Curtains, Drapes
- Towels, Washcloths
SCRIP is the easiest way to raise funds for PCCS! Simply buy gift cards through SCRIP for things you normally buy - groceries, gas, clothing, gifts and more - and a percentage of your purchase goes right back to the school. Easy as that! These are the exact same gift cards you can buy at the store, with no expiration dates, no activation fees, and no minimum purchase. You can use your SCRIP cards to help control your budget, to stock up on gifts, or for special events. Whatever your use, they are a great way to give back to PCCS without spending more time or money than you normally would. Click here to see a list of available SCRIP gift cards and empower your everyday spending while benefiting PCCS!
Box Tops for Education
Simply clip the Box Tops “coupon” from the packages of products you normally buy, attach them to a Box Tops collection sheet and send them in. For every Box Top collected, PCCS receives 10 cents. Click here for the Box Tops collections sheet.
Every year in December, families are asked to send in gently used items to be used as “stock” for our very own boutique which is set up in the gym. Children are then able to shop for family members with all items costing $1. The gifts are then wrapped by our bevy of “elves” and helpers. Not only is this a great way to practice our mission of reusing but it is an event that for many students is one of the highlights of the year. Many families set aside a box in their garage or basement to collect items throughout the year that would be appropriate to donate to the Holiday Bazaar.