Ways Your School Can Give
We offer a variety of programs and ideas that can be customized to fit your school or organization. These programs are a great way to teach your students the importance of philanthropy and responsibility by giving back to kids just like them. Check out some of these opportunities below to get started!
This one-of-a-kind fundraising event is sure to get your students up on their feet! This student-led event brings the school community together to dance, fundraise and impact the lives of patients at Norton Children’s Hospital and their families. Have a blast while playing games, hearing from patients’ families and, of course, dancing! (Find out more …)
This is a simple and fun way to support children at Norton Children’s Hospital. For $1, a student or faculty member can dress out of uniform, wear pajamas or even sport a silly hat during the school day! The funds raised go directly to support an item needed in the hospital. For more information on this fun and easy initiative, contact the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Get moving and give back to patients at Norton Children’s Hospital by hosting a walk-a-thon. Set a course during gym class, or around your school campus or a nearby park. Students are encouraged to raise money to receive recognition and prizes! For more information, contact the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Have another idea? We’d love to hear it! Contact the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation to discuss your idea and get more information for your school, PTA, club, athletic team or other group.
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