Our first ever “Spooktacular Skool Nite” on October 29th by the Amherst Central High School to benefit Kevin Guest House which will raise funds to provide comfort for patient families traveling for critical medical care.
Amherst Central High School presents
Inaugural event brought to you by the ACHS Trailblazers Leadership Program
Tuesday, October 29th
6:30pm to 8:30pm at Amherst Central HS
A safe & family friendly trick-or-treat celebration for our community
Invite your family & neighbors to enjoy!
Student or Faculty Ticket: $5 (suggested donation)
Full Family Ticket: $10 (suggested donation)
Come see your fellow students & teachers get SLIMED to help keep families together during medical crisis. If you would like to also get “SLIMED” please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggested base pledge to be “SLIMED” is $10.
Purchase Tickets or Donate: Donations to attend the event will also be available at the door that evening. Pre sale tickets not required. https://kevinguesthouse.com/events/spooktacularskoolnite
Contact Isabella Kimball to volunteer - email@example.com
Trick or treating stations and Trick or Treat Challenge ••• Snacks, drinks & cider ••• Halloween & fall themed crafts, games ••• Spooky music, dancing, & Halloween videos ••• Celebrity Autographed Photos with Superheros & Princesses (Mario, Black Panther, Spiderman, Moana, Elsa and Cinderella) ••• Wear your costumes, costume prizes !!
We hope you will consider donating a service, in-kind item or gift card to help us with our inaugural event to show families can help other families in need. Principal Pigeon has encouraged us to get involved with Kevin Guest House to learn more about giving back but also to host families from the elementary & middle school levels to enjoy a safe & family fun event at our school.
A student led event aims to encourage our students to volunteer together to host a Halloween themed trick-o-treat celebration for the entire school district community and fundraise to keep families together during medical crisis and ease the financial hardships they face. We expect to host 200 or more people to enjoy trick or treating with our teachers in their classrooms, photos with princesses & superheroes, food & drink, fall seasoned crafts & activities, music & dancing and other Halloween themed age appropriate fun. Some of us will be fundraising online & be SLIMED with our teachers as a class competition to raise even more. As high school students, we want to lead by example and show our younger friends that giving back to families in need is a great way to have fun too!
Kevin Guest House serves an average of 2,000 families annually that travel to Buffalo’s renowned medical community for lifesaving treatment. As America’s first healthcare hospitality house, they’ve provide a home away from home for more than 56,000 guests for 47 years. Your support plays a vital role in the success of Kevin Guest House and the continuation of their mission.
Ways You Can Help:
· Underwrite or donate an in-kind product or service
· Make a donation to help us pay for something specific
· Donate to one of our slime student/teacher fundraising teams directly: https://fundly.com/amherst-schools-for-kevin-guest-house
Thank you for considering helping our school’s efforts for Kevin Guest House. Please feel free to reach out directly on any questions & we will be following up to see how you can help.
Isabella Kimball, Junior at Amherst High School, Spooktacular Skool Nite Creator
and Lynsey Zimdahl Weaver, Executive Director, Kevin Guest House
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