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Barrow Youth Action Team
Barrow Youth Action Team sponsorship campaign
We the senior
members of the Barrow Youth Action Team are seeking ad sponsors for our 2013
T-shirt campaign. This t-shirt campaign will help us to attend Georgia Teen institute
at Oxford College, the Governor’s Office of Children and Families Youth Summit
in Macon GA, transportation to and from this event, purchase materials needed
for community service projects, and purchase materials for our drug abuse,
bullying, and alcohol prevention programs. The cost for Georgia Teen Institute
is $385.00 per student. That includes room and board, and the cost of our
meals. The t-shirts will list all of our
sponsors on the back of the shirt. We will wear these shirts at all of our
events. We have chosen the slogan “They Have Our Back!” for our shirts. The
cost to become an ad sponsor is $20.00. Your business name and logo will be
placed on the back of our shirts, to show that you are a Barrow Youth Action
Team sponsor. If you choose to help us
you will be making a great investment in our community, and in our future.
Thank you so much for your support!!
The junior members of the Barrow Youth Action team are selling signature ads for their shirts. Signature ads are only $10.00, because junior members will not be attending Georgia Teen Institute.
|Where||Barrow County Family Connection/Communities In Schools 147 Village Ct, Winder, GA 30680|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$10.00 for signature ads & $20.00 for business names and logos,|
More About Barrow County Family Connection/Communities In Schools
A non-profit community-based collaborative helmed by a volunteer board of directors, Barrow County Family Connection/Communities In Schools, or BCFC/CIS, is made up of other non-profit agencies, government and law enforcement agencies, the local faith community, local businesses and concerned residents of Barrow County.
The agency develops, implements and evaluates a community plan for improving and maintaining children's health, ensuring they are ready to start school and thrive once they enter classrooms. The local agency is part of Family Connection, a statewide initiative of 159 community collaborative partnerships.