The High Five Campaign
If you own a business why not be a part of the High Five Campaign?
Mountain View Community Center believes in the children and youth of our community. Our goal is to help them succeed, which, in the long run, creates a better community to live and work in.We created the High Five Campaign to help ensure that we can continue to provide support for local children and youth through three great programs:
Camp Quest: Seven week summer day camp for local students. Each week has a different focus (such as STEM, Music, Nature) that provides fun and learning for students. Sliding scale fee ensures that no child is turned away due to financial need.
Back to School BBQ and Health Fair: Provides approximately 800 students with school supplies, clothing, and access to other resources (haircuts, dental van, immunizations and vision exams) while providing fun hands on activities throughout the day for the kids.
KidPower Packs: Provides 100 low income and/or homeless students with weekend food packs to ensure that they have the food they need over the weekend.
The High Five Campaign enables your customers to support these programs through a donation made at check out. Their donation gets them a High Five card to write their name on, that is displayed in your business throughout the campaign.
Your business can also take it up a notch by setting a matching gift goal or donating a set amount on top of your customers support. Either way, your customer get to know about the great programs at Mountain View Community Center and they get to connect with your passion for supporting the local community!
Mountain View Community Center will provide you with the following materials to ensure your success:
Posters with your business logo announcing your participation in the High Five Campaign.
Flyers (full and half sheet) to distribute to customers
High Five sheets and thank you cards for customers
Short script for staff working the register to use with customers
As part of the High Five Campaign, your business will be featured on our web site and Facebook page, posters in the community, and in our monthly newsletter, as well as any newspaper articles or others ads regarding the campaign.
For more information or to sign up for the campaign contact Mike Wilson or Beth Ann Johnson at (253)826-4329