Saturday, October 11, 2008

A Cause Close to Home

Hoover High School parent volunteers are engaged in a unique fundraiser approved and supported by GUSD, Glendale Educational Foundation and Hoover High School. The Glendale Educational Foundation has established an e-Bay charitable auction site and will be conducting it's first ever on-line 7 day eBay auction starting November 15 and ending November 22. Hoover High will auction a wonderful variety of items to raise funds to purchase SMART Board interactive teaching aids and install them in as many Hoover High School classrooms as possible.
The starting bid price is 99 cents for all items! Some of the many items donated to date include; a $500 Glendale Galleria gift card, Gift certificates from a variety of Galleria merchants, gift certificates to local restaurants, a $100 gift certificate to the Barbie store, A lunch with the school superintendent and board of education president, rounds of golf at local golf courses, tickets to sporting events, sports memorabilia, a satellite radio, A Tivo, works of local artists, two night stay in a bed and breakfast, Signed books by renowned authors, watches, haircuts, facials, flowers and much much more. 100% of all auction proceeds will go to Hoover High School. You can help by donating any new item of value. Business donors can help support a great cause while advertising to thousands of potential eBay buyers both in and outside of the community. Individual donors will also be acknowledged in each eBay listing. Giving is easy, just email or call Vic Bedrossian ( parent volunteer )at 818 500-0886 you can also contact Chris Walters ( Hoover PTSA President ) by email at or call her at 818 749-5885.
Those unable to donate can still participate by bidding on an eclectic variety of items. Starting on November 15. Simply go to Remember to bid high and bid often!
For more information on our inaugural fundraiser visit the Hoover Website.

1 comment:

  1. This is a very smart fundraiser. I was really counting on people to come up with something better than wrapping paper by the time Jackson is in school.