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Wish Week 2018

 

H​elp us meet our goal!
​What is Wish Week?

Wish Week is a fundraising event at EHS.  During Wish Week, all our fundraising goes to support one targeted organization which will benefit people in need.

Where do your donations go?
This year, all Wish Week donations will go to the American Heart Association to support research and treatment for cardiac-related conditions. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Our Raptor community was impacted recently when we lost Coach Armando Rodriguez. We are taking this opportunity to raise money that will support increasing awareness, resources, and training.

The American Heart Association's Mission

The American Heart Association provides public health education in a variety of ways to improve the lives of all Americans. As the nation’s leader in CPR education training, they help people understand the importance of healthy lifestyle choices. They provide science-based treatment guidelines to healthcare professionals to help them provide quality care to their patients. They educate lawmakers, policymakers and the public as they advocate for changes to protect and improve the health of our communities.

Our Goal

We will raise $10,000 in support of The American Heart Association.

How You Can Support Wish Week

​​T​here are a variety of ways to support The American Heart Association before and during Wish Week.

SPIRIT DAYS

spirit week calendar

DONATE

  • Donate money to your 2B class collection during Wish Week up to Feb. 8.  The top two classes will win prizes.
  • Donate money during the "Miracle Minute" collections during the Varsity Boys Basketball game on Feb. 9.
  • ​​Wear a hat to school on February 6th during Sports Day for $1.00.  All proceeds go towards our fundraising goal.
  • Donate money to our "Parking Lot Donations" as you leave the parking lots every day.
BUY
  • Purchase a Wish Week t-shirt at any Home Basketball Game, Dodgeball game, or Mr. EHS, while supplies last.
  • P​urchase either of these items outside the Activities Office. Sales begin January 30.​​
    • A gray and red Wish Week t-shirt  - $10 while supplies last

​​​​RESTAURANTS
You can also support Wish Week by dining at these restaurants in the EHS community.  They will be donating 15-20% of their sales on the days and times listed.  Be sure to mention Eaglecrest when you check out.

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Wish Week Calendar
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