2017 Walkathon - September 22
The Walkathon is our student fundraiser. Our school-wide goal is to raise $105,000 to support financial aid for La Salle students who could not otherwise have access to quality education and to help with physical improvements to the school determined by students. Each student is responsible for securing $150 in donations toward the school's goal.
School starts at 9:15 and ends at Noon. There is an optional pancake breakfast starting at 8:30 for $2 per person. Students will go directly to their Falcon Formation classes to turn in any last minute donations and then be dismissed to the gym for an assembly.
Please remember that all students are required to meet their fundraising goal of $150 for the Walkathon.
Donations brought in by Friday’s 9:15am Falcon Formation class qualify your student for drawings and prizes individually and as a class. Online donations must be submitted by 8am Friday to be counted toward prize goals.
Encourage your student to meet this requirement on or before this Friday’s Walkathon! (Any donations that come in after Friday will apply to their $150 requirement, but will be after prizes and drawings take place.)
Register Now! Online Fundraising Tool: Everyday Hero
Make your fundraising easier and register online with Everyday Hero to create your own online Walkathon page. You can share the page on Facebook and email the link to family and friends. The page will accept credit cards and track progress to your goal.
To set up your Walkathon page use this link:
This is an example of what the page will look like when you customize it to include your name, picture, and information about your goal progress. Don’t forget to post updates to thank your friends and family who donated!
How Donors Can Give
Walkathon donors can save paper and make a gift online by credit card or use the student’s personal Walkathon page on Everyday Hero. Donors can also make a gift via cash or check using the 2017 Walkathon forms downloadable here. Forms are also available in the Main Office during the first three weeks of school.