Support FTC

1. Volunteer Your Time and Talent

If you complete a Volunteer Information Form you will be contacted when a volunteer opportunity that meets your interests or talents arises. Or you can contact Jaime Martinello (jmartinello@saltcreek48.org) any time to discuss volunteer opportunities. Even an hour or two of your time helps!

2. Clip Box Tops and Labels for Education

FTC raised over $900 last year from Box Tops. Every label you clip earns money for the schools. Labels for Education earns the school points which the schools can use to buy much-needed equipment. Last year we got a camera for Salt Creek with points. Ask family or neighbors if they are willing to clip box tops and give them to you.

3. Know Someone Who Would Like to Support FTC?

FTC is always looking for donations. If you are interested in making a donation or know an individual or business who might make a donation we would love to talk to you about it. Donations of gift certificates, raffle prizes and monetary donations are always appreciated. Please contact Jeanne Kingsbury (jkingsbury@saltcreek48.org).

4. Attend FTC Events

Show your support for the school by attending one of the many family events we hold every year. Not only will you have fun, if you buy concessions, raffle tickets or spirit wear you will be supporting FTC as well.

5. Donate Concession Items

Please consider donating Gatorade, bottled water, candy (no nuts please) or chips for our concession sales. Items are then sold at events and games and often earn double the money you paid, making this a great way to get the best value out of your donation. Please just bring items to an event or contact Stacy Rattana (srattana@saltcreek48.org) for further details.

6. Support FTC Fundraisers

FTC makes about half of its income off fundraisers, which allows us to directly support the schools. If you are able to support our fundraisers — thank you! If you are unable to support the fundraisers such as Butter Braids, dine outs, and School Kidz we encourage you to consider supporting FTC by one of the other methods listed.