EASTER SEALS SCHOOL LEADER PROGRAM

Hi There!
> My name is Brett Robinson. I am very excited to be this year’s Easter
> Seals Ambassador! My motto is Think it….Dream it… Live it!
>
> This year we have a new idea for the campaign I hope you consider for
> you school!
>
> Every year, the school the Ambassador attends has a great time getting
> behind and supporting them.
> And past ambassadors have told me they had the time of their life –
> feeling the love and support of their schoolmates behind them! The
> students learn how good it feels to help others.
>
> We would like every school to be able to have this experience every
> year! To do this we created the Easter Seals School Leader Program!
>
> Each school who wishes to participate simply selects one (or more)
> students to be the Easter Seals School Leader! This individual, who like
> me, could have a disability (but it isn’t necessary) will be my
> representative within your school! This way, when conducting fundraising
> events, the children can more directly relate to who they are helping,
> and it makes it much more meaningful for everyone!
>
> For more details check out this short 3 minute video
> http://youtu.be/kMk2MEbWtIU
>
> How You Can Help:
>
> 1. Simply communicate this initiative within your school and ask for a
> volunteer to come forward to help out.
> 2. This volunteer (perhaps a Teacher or and Educational assistant)
> will help select the School Leader (s).
> 3. This volunteer and the School Leader help create the excitement
> about the campaign and suggest fundraising ideas!
>
> At the encouragement from the school board, we have created some fun
> and educational fundraising ideas! These are available at
> www.EasterSealsPEI.org<http://www.EasterSealsPEI.org> under the “Schools”
> button.
> On this website you can also check out one of the really popular ideas
> this year. This is the poster contest where the winner can win an X Box!
> We are also in the process of setting up a video contest which the older
> grades may like!
>
> When I come to your school on the Ambassador Tour, the School Leader
> will be able to present the fundraising results of your collective
> efforts in front of all their fellow students if you wish!
> We know that in addition to raising funds for those with disabilities,
> when the whole school gets involved, the students learn how good it
> feels to help others and how collectively, students can make a big
> difference!
> I look forward to meeting you on the upcoming school tour!
>
> Thank you!
> Brett Robinson
> For more information please contact:
>
>
> Margaret Wilton, Campaign Coordinator
> margaret
>
>
>
>
>
> Dear Principal,
>
> My name is Brett Robinson. I am very excited to be this year’s Easter
> Seals Ambassador!
>
> My motto is Think it….Dream it… Live it! This year we have a new idea
> for the campaign I hope you consider for you school.
>
> Every year, the school the Ambassador attends has a great time getting
> behind and supporting them.
>
> The students learn how good it feels to help others. And past
> ambassadors have told me they had the time of their life – feeling the
> love and support of their schoolmates behind them!
>
> We would like every school to be able to have this experience every
> year! To do this we created the Easter Seals School Leader Program!
>
> Each school simply selects one (or more) students to be the Easter
> Seals School Leader! This individual, who like me, could have a
> disability (but it isn’t necessary) will be my representative within
> your school.
>
> How You Can Help:
>
> 1. Simply communicate this initiative within your
> school and ask for a volunteer to come forward to help out.
>
> 2. This volunteer (perhaps a Teacher or and Educational
> assistant) will help select the School Leader (s).
>
> 3. This volunteer and the School Leader help create the
> excitement about the campaign and suggest fundraising ideas!
>
> At the encouragement from the school board, we have created some fun
> and educational fundraising ideas! These are available at
> www.EasterSealsPEI.org<http://www.EasterSealsPEI.org> under the “Schools”
> button.
>
> On this website you can also check out one of the really popular ideas
> this year. This is the poster contest where the winner can win an X Box!
> We are also in the process of setting up a video contest which the older
> grades may like!
>
> When I come to your school on the Ambassador Tour, the School Leader
> will be able to present the fundraising results of your collective
> efforts in front of their fellow students!
>
> We know that in addition to raising funds for those with disabilities,
> when the whole school gets involved, the students learn how good it
> feels to help others and how collectively, students can make a big
> difference!
>
> I look forward to meeting you on the upcoming school tour!
>
> Thank you!
>
> Brett Robinson
>
>
>
> PS – For more details on this concept visit
> http://youtu.be/kMk2MEbWtIU
>
>
> For more information please contact:
>
>
> Margaret Wilton, Campaign Coordinator
>
> margaret
>
>

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