Fundraisers

Pies and Holiday Greens Sales

The SSHS Music Boosters is partnering with Willamette Valley Pie Company, Egan’s Gardens, and Evergreen Wreaths & More to sell delicious pies and beautiful poinsettias and greens for the holiday season.  All products will be available in time for your holiday celebrations!

We are taking online orders from October 1-21

Willamette Valley Pie Company Orders

Holiday Greens and Poinsettia Orders

  • Place your greens and poinsettia orders here: Greens Order Form
  • Pay for your order here: 

Students can use the funds they raise to pay for things like private lessons, trips, music, and other expenses. You can also choose to have your purchases support a specific music program, all our music programs, or our Lesson Fund to expand access to private lessons for more South music students.

 

SOUTH SALEM MUSIC BOOSTERS ANNUAL FUNDRAISERS

On-going

Lesson Fund

The Lesson Fund makes private instrument and voice lessons possible for more of our music students. This scholarship fund is the brainchild of our music teachers, who typically have many interested students. Donations to this fund can be specified when donating to the the South Music Boosters through the Paypal link on our home page.

Concert Ticket & Gold Card Sales

Gold Cards for Individual, Family and Business sponsorship are sold, allowing for admission to all concerts at South throughout the school year. Regular tickets are also sold at all concerts. Requires 2-4 volunteers at concerts. Money is earned for all 3 music programs.

Coordinator: Kim Hanson (hanook@comcast.net)

Bottle Drop

Pick up a blue bag at concerts, from directors or from our coordinator to save your bottles and cans in throughout the year. The redemption center is at the Bottle Drop here in Salem. The money from these collections goes to all 3 of the Music programs at South Salem High School.

Coordinator: Kari Clawson (kariclawson@comcast.net)

Music Day – September

South music students participate in the Salem-Keizer School District’s annual Music Day. Music Day is an annual day-of-giving for high school music. It typically involves students going door-to-door in their high school’s feeder neighborhoods to raise awareness, build community support, and collect donations for their music programs. Booster volunteers organize and support this annual event.

Questions: info@southmusicboosters.org

Pie Sales – October

The South Music Boosters partners with  Willamette Valley Pie Company on this popular fundraiser.  The pie sale is a great way for students to raise funds for their student account to pay for things like private lessons, music, and saving for future fair-share charges and trips.  The sale typically runs from early- to mid-October with pick- up in November, just in time for Thanksgiving.  We have a history of being the number one seller of pies in the State of Oregon, so let’s keep this tradition of excellence going!

  • Pay for your pie order here:

Coordinator: Tiffany Hamilton (tiffanyhamiltonjd@gmail.com)

Holiday Greens & Poinsettia – November

The South Music Boosters sponsors an annual Holiday Greens & Poinsettia Sale with Evergreen Wreaths & More and Egan Gardens! Items ordered from this sale are generally available in late November each year for holiday decorating. This is another great way for our students to raise funds for their student account for things like fair-share charges, trips, private lessons, and many other things.

Supporters may use an online form to directly order wreaths, garlands, poinsettias and more in support of either a student or a music program. Students may also use this form to enter their sales.

Coordinators: Lisa Holliday (lisa.holliday@comcast.net)

Mother’s Day Flower Basket Sale – May

The South Music Boosters sponsors the sale of hanging flower baskets just in time for Mothers’ Day. Through this fundraiser, students will earn money that will go directly into their school accounts and will allow them to pay for trips, music, festivals and other music-related activities. 

The money will also benefit our lesson fund which helps provide private lessons for our students. Not only will you be helping the community, you will also be receiving beautiful flowers from a local business. Fesslers is offering a variety of 12-inch hanging flower baskets along with flats of geraniums.

Coordinator: Kari Clawson (kariclawson@comcast.net)

Art Fair Parking – July

Students help with parking at the Salem Art Fair. Students earn money for their CHARMS account.

Coordinator: Trina Brown (tauper@yahoo.com) & Carolyn Davis (cdavis345@comcast.net)