Plan a Festival
Our very first angel story came to us from Charlie Barnard in summer of 2011. He wanted to start a music festival to raise money for the Foundation as his Eagle Scout Project, earning Angels for Allison $4500 its first year! Festival of Flight has become the Foundation's largest source of revenue earning $100,000 in 2015 and making the Paxon senior an Eagle Scout and Angel indeed!
Throw A birthday party
Why not ask your guests in lieu of gifts to bring donations for Angels for Allison? That is what Mackie Hobby, Ellie Cowkabany and Julia Polster did in the summer of 2016. They raised over $1200 in donation and angel sales from their combined birthday party!
Have a lemonade stand
Many of our youngest donors have brought the Foundation money from their lemonade stands. Their donations allow them to be a part of a cause and of service to others. Ann Commander and Emme Grimes were angels for their gifts to Angels for Allison!
Plan a camp
Camp Sunshine founders, Sarah Page and Annie Pentaleri have raised over $6000 for Angels for Allison by hosting a summer day camp for girls in 2014, 2015 and 2016. This year CP Walker will be taking over from the founders who are in college.
use your talents
Mrs. Ruth Ann Maloney made a needlepoint angel that she donated to Angels for Allison. Her artwork was auctioned at our 5th Anniversary Celebration and Open House on April 17th, 2016. Do you have a skill or talent that could be used to help the Foundation? Contact us and see if there is a way you can help!