EFG CARD PROGRAM
The Joplin Schools Foundation is sponsoring an exciting program this year with the elementary schools. The EFG Card Program is a quick and easy campaign that involves the selling of the Preferred Dining Card. It is a restaurant/entertainment discount card that sells for $10.00 and entitles the holder to 15 buy-one-get-one free deals at the following businesses in your area:
Rangeline Golf Center
Instant Karma Hot Dogs
The program will kick off on Thursday, October 30th and the daily collections at the schools will run from Monday, November 3, 2014 through Monday, November 10, 2014. Proceeds from the campaign will benefit the Joplin Schools Foundation and participating schools.
Monday, November 3 is the first day to turn in money. It will be a bonus day where any student who sells 4 or more cards on that day will receive a Light Up Party Wand along with the other regular rewards.
In addition, any student who sells 12 cards will earn a ride in a Limo to an all you can eat pizza party.
The Joplin Schools Foundation advocates for the future of all students by enriching educational experiences, engaging community and other resources, and elevating the success of Joplin Schools. The Joplin Schools Foundation Board of Directors believes the greatest legacy for future generations is a permanent fund designated solely for the purpose of exemplary public education in our community. By supporting the Foundation with your gifts, you place your trust in the value of excellence in education now and in the future. The proceeds from this campaign will directly benefit the students in the Joplin School District.
Inquiries may be directed to the following representative:
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