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tell us about your efforts

We want you to be part of One World One Roar.  Please leave a comment and tell us who you are and how much you have raised for charity! We will then recognize your school where we record the Progress.

  1. Linda Cox

    NJHS students at Mandalay Middle School in Jeffco combined their desire to make a difference with their passion for running to sponsor a 5K Run to benefit Colorado Flood Victims. The race was held on October 23, 2013 and over $1000 ($1050) was raised by Mandalay students and staff in 10 days! All of the money will be donated to the Red Cross Mile Hi Chapter/Colorado Floods 2013.

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  2. Dale Munholland

    Arvada High School collected change from students and staff at the end of September to raise funds for the Red Cross Flood Relief Fund. The drive ended on October 1, 2013. Over the course of 10 days, Arvada High School collected more than $1600 to donate to the Red Cross Flood Relief Fund.

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    1. Jessica Kostenlnik

      Thank you for your interest in our tshirts. Right now we are in the process of trying to decide whether or not our website will be capable of processing tshirt orders and how we will direct online purchases. When we have this worked out the tshirts should appear under “The Merch”. We are hoping to have this done soon however your patience would be greatly appreciated.

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      1. Terrie Shafer

        Thank you so much for responding. You guys did an amazing job and we want to support you and help get the word out and the t-shirts would be a great way to make lots of $$$. I will keep checking back for updates.

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      2. Ron

        For t-shirt orders call 303-9827096 t-shirts will be available online in the near future. All money over the cost of the t-shirt which is $4.41 plus any shipping will be donated to flood relief efforts.Thanks Ron
        Castagna Principal

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  3. Kurt

    The past two years our National Honor Society has put on a staff fundraiser basketball game that has raised around $700 each year. Next year (In April) we would like to put on the Arthritis vs. Senioritis aka staff versus senior student basketball game and reach the goal of $1000. Each year the money goes to the Cleft Palet division of Children’s Hospital.

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  4. Kelly Endres

    Could never be more proud to be a Lakewood Tiger (class of 05). I wish we could have made fun videos like that back in the day. Whats up with that Mr. C. No I kid.

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  5. Ron

    Children’s hospital employees donate $1000 and give LHS students 2500 water bottles. Thanks for the ROAR Ron Castagna Principal

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  6. Ron

    Columbine High school Donates $4000 to flood relief fund. They may be rebels but they are devoted to making this world a better place for all. Go Rebels!!!!!!!

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  7. Jan Coventry

    St. Teresa High School – Decatur, IL raised $1016.00 by selling over 300 Tootsie Roll banks (filled with Tootsie Rolls donated by the Knights of Columbus). The money was donated to Special Olympics!

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    1. Ron

      Thank you for making a difference for those children.
      Another example what our young people are doning to make the world a better place. Ron Principal

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  8. Lynne Montague-Clouse

    The LHS Class of “68 is REALLY proud of what you are doing, and we have sent an email with your donation link to everyone on our reunion list. GO TIGERS!!

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  9. Our Lady of Fatima School

    Our Lady of Fatima School raised $340.00 to add to the Liam & FOP Research Fund, and that added with other fundraising for other charities, has added up to over $1000 so far this year.

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