We here at the Franklin PTA are especially grateful for volunteers, and there are plenty of opportunities to help in the coming weeks. Can you craft? Can you sell crafts? Can you run an Ability Awareness station? Help plan for the auction? We need you!
Ability Awareness Week
This important event can’t happen without the support of the Franklin Community. Co-chairs Jill Gorman and Christy Sawler need helpers to run the volunteer stations that will be set up in the Media Center. Helpers are needed at various times during the week of November 30 to December 4. If you can help for even one hour, contact email@example.com, or sign up at this SignUp Genius page.
New to Franklin? The Snowflake Shoppe is an annual Franklin craft fair for kids. On Tuesday, December 8, volunteer-made crafts will be for sale to the students for 50 cents an item. It’s a chance for kids to get into the spirit of giving with affordable holiday gifts.
We especially need crafters to populate our little store! Check out our Pinterest page for easy craft ideas that anyone can make. Things like ornaments, jewelry, and scarves are always popular. We’ll need at least 40 of each item.
If you can make a craft to sell, or help in the store itself with setup, cashier duties, or cleanup, sign up here.
Franklin’s biggest single fundraiser of the year needs your help! Last year’s debut of the online silent auction was a huge success, and we’re looking for a co-chair to take charge of the tech side of things, specifically, inputting auction items procured by other volunteers. If this sounds like something you can do, or if there is any other way you’d like to help out, please contact Heather Beales at firstname.lastname@example.org or Leticia Arnold at email@example.com.