In high school I was in chorus and marching band. We wanted to take trips and do things that required more cash than the school budget allowed sometimes so we were always trying to raise funds our selves. We had car washes, sold candy and had other pretty successful fund raisers. When it comes to school budget cuts it is usually the extra curricular activities that get the cuts first.
If your school or non-profit organization is looking for a way to raise money maybe the nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program is what you need. nTelos Wireless believes education is a critical part of preparing our children for the world. As budgets are cut, many extra-curricular activities – from chorus or marching band to football or the Drama Club – struggle to raise funds on their own. That’s why it created the nSpirit program. A unique fundraising opportunity that helps qualifying organizations raise money.
How does the nTelos nSpirit program work?
1. nTelos makes the process flexible and easy! Each organization- regardless of size- gets all the tools it needs to run a successful fundraiser.
2. Fundraising students register friends, family members, neighbors, and other local community members for deeply discounted nTelos devices and rate plans.
3. For each activation, the organization earns a $35 matching donation from nTelos!
nTelos Wireless is proud of what nSpirit does for students in its communities. Contact them email@example.com for more details about the nSpirit program or to enroll your school or organization.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of nTelos Wireless.