Harvest Bazaar and Auction
The last Saturday in November the school is turned into a restaurant, games room, plant room, white elephant room, and other attractions. The event is concluded by an auction of items worth in excess of $30,000 in donated goods and services. This is the fundraising highlight of the year.
The Immanuel Cup Golf Tournament is held each spring to give supporters a day out on the green while at the same time showing their support for Immanuel Christian School.All you need to do is find a partner, or better yet put together a team of 4 and fill in a registration card.
Gift card program. This program allows parents to order gift cards for stores that they normally shop at and earn credits towards their next year’s tuition.
During early spring students will be selling some irresistible chocolate. There are prizes for the top sellers. Proceeds help to support needs within the school.
QSP is a worthwhile fundraiser because it costs the ‘customers’ nothing while channeling a good percentage to the school. In fact, renewing magazines through QSP can save you a few nickels per issue a times. QSP will honour competitor’s coupons.
Pails of frozen Cookie Dough are a hot item. Each fall families are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to order these tasty easy to make cookies. Orders are taken, and in a few weeks the pails of dough are delivered.The Cookie Dough sales are an opportunity for students to fund part or all of the cost for any of three major trips; Fair Glen Outdoor Christian Education Camp for grade 5 & 6, Jazz and Senior Band tour and X-treme Wilderness Hike in Algonquin Park.
Students have hot lunch 1 day a week. For $5.00 the students receive a main course, a drink and a dessert. The focus is to make the lunches nutritious. Some of the proceeds supports the grade 5&6 Fair Glen Outdoor Education trip