Calling All Business Owners: Donations or Sponsorship Needed for the University Park Elementary School Auction
Hello friends, family, and neighbors!
It's auction season once again for University Park Elementary School (UPark).
If you have a business/goods/talent/service that you would be willing to donate or would be interested in a sponsorship, please consider supporting our school.
(Examples of goods or services donated in the past are bottles of wine, gift cards/certificates, merchandise, spa packages, tickets to cultural events, travel opportunities etc. If you would like more information about the sponsorship packages available, please contact me. There are three different investment levels, starting at $1,000 but also a la cart options that are less expensive.)
The goal this year is to raise $77,000, which goes directly to funding to keep classroom sizes small. This event is organized by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) to raise money for the students of University Park Elementary School.
UPark is located in Observatory Park in Southeast Denver, and serves children in kindergarten through fifth grade. It is an ethnically and socio-economically diverse school whose success and growth depend on the support of its parents and the community. Like many schools in Denver and throughout the State of Colorado, UPark faces budgetary challenges that threaten its ability to meet the academic needs of all its students. Therefore, the PTA organizes an annual auction to help bridge the gap. It's one of UPark's most important fundraisers.
The deadline to make a donation or sponsor the event is Wednesday, March 6, 2019. I am happy to send you a donation form. The Auction will be held on April 6, 2019.
Thank you so much for your support!
Kristin Kleimann (parent)
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