Spring 2020 Fundraising Showcase Entries From Our Logo Contest!

Every season we host a grant contest to give back to our clients through fun competitions. Although we are living through a pandemic, we decided to go ahead with our Spring Logo Contest.

We are happy to announce the winner of the $300 grant!

This is Friendship Valley Elementary’s third year teaming up with Get Movin’ after previously working with a different fundraising company and giving away way too much of their hard-earned donations. They won our Spring grant for their creative logo celebrating their Dolphin Dash 2020 that will enable them to build a new playground!

Continue reading to see more amazing entries and check out our Spring Fundraising success!

Spring 2020 Fundraising Success

Soleado Elementary Fun Run 2020

This is Soleado Elementary's 4th year teaming up with Get Movin'. They got rid of paper forms and took their annual Fun Run online to raise and keep more each year! In 2020 they created this fun logo, as well as a creative pie chart to display where the donations will be going.

School of Science and Technology (Hill Country) Hawk Color Run

This was the first year SST Hill teamed up with Get Movin' and they just managed to host their event before the Coronavirus shut down schools for the season. The Hawk Color Run raised funds to pay for field trips, school events, and student clubs.

"SST Hill Country loves partnering with Get Movin' because it is a fun and exciting way for schools to fundraise and the kids have a good time! Students love to be a part of making a difference with their school and this is definitely a win for them! Thank you Get Movin'!!"

Dr. Bryan C. Jack Elementary School Lead the Way 5k and Little Leaders 1k

Donations from the Lead the Way 5k are going toward an amazing school program called "Leader in Me." It is based on Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and it teaches students how to become well-rounded learners by developing the whole-person and preparing students to become life-ready leaders.

Foster Elementary Love-Your-Heart Jog-Athon

This year, Foster Elementary went from cash/check donations to adding online donations to their fundraiser. Their funds are going to pay for a school-wide PE program, STEM lab supplies, buses for school field trips, guided reading books, campus beautification and more!

"I loved having a personal coach available at any time to call and answer any questions I had throughout the entire planning and duration of the fundraiser event."

McGregor Elementary Happy Healthy Hearts Dance-Athon

Another heart theme! McGregor Elementary hosted a Dance-Athon this season rather than sell candy, wrapping paper, or candles. This was their second year teaming up with Get Movin' and their funds are going toward a new swing set for their playground!

City School Move-Athon

This is the third year that Get Movin' has had the privilege of working with the City School. They used to fundraise the old-fashioned way. They sent home forms and envelopes, and asked students to get pledges and to turn in cash and checks. Once they started using Get Movin' they more than doubled their fundraising donations.

On the day of the event some of the middle school students participated in a variety of activities including skateboarding, ga-ga ball, basketball, Zumba dancing, soccer, walking or making art while moving around a large table!

"We love Get Movin'. The platform is easy to use. The staff are super helpful and knowledgeable on all matters related to fundraising. We also like that Get Movin' take feedback from users and are always improving the features of the platform. Additionally, we love that we are a middle school of 360 students and we are able to raise more than double your middle school average (over $40,000) thanks to the use of the FundHub platform. Our event was a true success thanks the fact that we teamed up with Get Movin' and we planned such a creative event appealing to middle school students."
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