4th Annual Cornbread’s Kids Helping Kids Crusade
The Cornbread Morning Show, along with the rest of the WIL Team and Jack in the Box, are strong supporters of St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and the patients and families it serves. This year, Cornbread and his Kids Crusade are changing things up and we need YOUR help!
We’re asking schools to come together – allowing kids to help other kids.
Students are asked to collaborate as a school, class, club, etc, and fundraise as much as they can. The top five schools that raise the most money will receive a special night at their local Jack in the Box to take place in early December. Jack in the Box will also provide a free lunch for the winning fundraising class in each school. There will be additional incentives for the top fundraising school. A side benefit of the campaign is that all kids learn the importance and impact of philanthropy.
To participate, simply click below to register your school or group. A few ideas are below, but really the possibilities are endless.
- Car Washes
- Purchasing the right to wear jeans or hats to school
- Sell Jack in the Box Fundraising Booklets (email Trish Skorcz at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Penny Wars
- Raffles (first in line in the cafeteria)
- Guesstimate Jars (guess how many pieces of candy)
- Bake Sales
HURRY! Fundraising groups must be signed up by 5pm on November 22nd. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! Results must be posted and all money turned in no later than 5pm on December 8th to be entered to win a Jack In the Box’s Special School Night. CLICK HERE TO POST YOUR FUNDRAISING RESULTS! The five schools to raise the most money will receive one of these special nights at their nearest Jack in the Box. Winning schools will be announced on December 10th.
Jack in the Box Special School nights will be held the week of December 16th from 5-7pm.
**The winning school will be determined by dividing the total amount raised by the total number of students enrolled in the school. If an individual class is participating, we’ll divide by the number of students in the classroom.