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Fill-a-Pak

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Jamie Hatfield
Kent Shelman
Kameron Wood
Jordan Williamson
Cameron Albrecht
Ashley Burns
Zoie Horton
Jonas Reppert
Madison Williams 
Tyler Findlay
Kayla Shelenhamer
Lizz Miller 
Jon Kline

GOTS TOTS?
What can you donate?
We believe the graphic design students would be motivated to help us because they would better their skills and better their community. The radio station would be motivated to help us because it would increase their popularity and listeners. We believe that the hearts of the people we are asking donations from will understand the needs in their community.
For Donations and Fund-raising
Handing out flyers in stores
Ask school clubs to make announcements throughout their schools.
Post flyers in local businesses
Counselors and other people are able to help families that aren't embarrassed to ask for help and get the help they need through word of mouth.
What is Fill-a-Pack?

Fill-a-Pack is a nonprofit organization in your local community. We partner with local businesses, such as banks, grocery stores, and local clubs.
Our goal is to collect donations to provide local families with backpacks and non-perishable food items to better our community.
Budget
Fill-a-Pack!
Backpacks can be donated to Fill-a-Pack if they are gently used or new at your local schools and community.
Food and money can also be donated to Fill-a-Pack in collection bins placed throughout the community.
Collecting Donations
Budget Table
Money
Partner with local grocery store and purchase food 
Use some as funding
Backpacks
Pack full with left over donated food
Food
Non-perishables (canned foods, dried fruits,etc)
Pack into backpacks
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Connections 
Student Council 
Interact Club
DECA
Girls Service Society
Boys Service Society
National Honor Society
Local Banks
Boy Scouts
Girl Scouts
FCCLA
FCA
Local Rotary
October 24
October 31
Friday before Thanksgiving
October 17
Start working with local schools
Collect 100 Backpacks for the next week
Begin to collect community donations
Have collected 100 backpacks from schools
Collect 100 backpacks each week
Halfway mark: Have collected a total of 200 backpacks 
Have collected 400 backpacks
End of collection
Fill the backpacks
Deliver the backpacks to the recipients 
International Rotary
SADD
Local Businesses
Items
Amount
Source
Cost
Backpacks
Flyers
Lists
Food
Free Radio
Shout-outs
Credits
400
650
250
Enough to fill
400 backpacks
The Marketing Plan
As many as
we can get
Donations
High School
Graphic
Design
650 flyers
250 pages of lists
Each person distributes 60
In schools
Local business: in windows, community boards.
Kameron will call local radio stations for free shout-outs.
Kayla will put this fundraiser on online calendars.
During Fill-a-Pack, our entire group will distribute the lists at grocery stores.
People in
community
Radio Stations
None
None
None
None
Have collected around a total of 300 backpacks
1
Connections
Local Rotary
Our Gratitude to the Connections 
Student Council 
FCCLA
Girls Service Society
FCA
International Rotary
Boys Service Society
DECA
Interact Club
National Honor Society
Key Club
Local Businesses 
Local Banks
DECA
- So much appreciation for spreading the word of our project.
Local Rotary
- For donating the resources that we have needed throughout this how process.
Interact Club
- Without the help of ideas and donations.
Key Club
- Thank you for the participation and getting involved in our project.
Student Council
- Thank you for helping spread the word of our projects throughout your schools making us known. 
Girls & Boys Service Society
- Thank you for all of your efforts in helping us organize and get ready for this project making it a lot easier to handle.
National Honors Society
- Thank you for your donations to our projects.
Local Businesses & Banks
- Thank you for the donations of money and food and keeping us motivated to have others believe in helping others.

FFA
Spreading the Word
Making Posters
Radio Announcements 
Text messages
Commercials
Flyers
School Announcements
E-mailing
Social Media
People
How Can You Get Pumped or Involved?
Schools
Businesses
Volunteers to help pack food
Sponsors
Technology
Computers
Website
Email
Create spreadsheet to keep track of Donations and budget
Providers
Someone from team
Volunteers/Sponsors possibly provide computers or money to buy computers
Building
At first, we can use one of the schools or one of the businesses that are helping us sponsor.
We could use someone from the team's house as well.
Transportation
Volunteers to drive the filled backpacks.
The team members can drive the backpacks with the funding.
November 7
Resources
Facts About Hunger
In 2012, 49 million Americans lived in food insecure households: 33.9 adults & 15.9 children
www.feedingamerican.org
In Missouri alone 16.7% of households have food problems.
Our budget for this project is $110. Each of us will donate $10 to obtain the money needed. This budget is for unexpected costs, incidentals, and prizes for the top donaters. The rest of our needs will be donation based.
Donations:
Backpacks
Non-perishable food items
Money (used to buy backpacks and food)
Flyers, lists of donation items, and certificate for the top donater (from graphic design class at local school)
Radio shout-outs
Volunteers will pick up & deliver the collected items
When individuals go without food for a long period of time they go through catabolysis, which is the process of the body breaking down its own muscles & tissues in order to keep vital systems functioning properly.
www.edition.cnn.com
Spreading the Word:
Nearly 14 million children are estimated to be served by feeding America, over 3 million of which are ages 5 and under.
Donation Drop Boxes are located:
Local Churches
School offices
Local Food Stores
City Hall
Goodwill
Locations
Top ten donaters whom donate the most items will be entered into a drawing for two movie passes.
The top donater will receive recognition in front of the whole community. 
Every donater will entered into a raffle to win a $25 iTunes card.
Prizes
3
iTunes and Movie
Theater
$45
Certificate