Fundraising program for 2018-2019!
The Boosterthon Fun Run experience combines a fun fitness event, an interactive character program and a highly profitable school fundraiser. It's all wrapped up in an unforgettable experience that is fun for students and hassle-free for schools.
The great thing is, there is nothing to sell and no door-to-door visits. Parents help your school simply by gathering pledges from family and friends. Sponsors can pledge a per lap amount or flat donation toward your school's Fun Run. The Boosterthon Fun Run lasts nine days and has three parts.
This is the opening kickoff to the Boosterthon. The Boosterthon Fun Run team leads this exciting assembly-style meeting in the school gym. With our LIVE program, the team explains that the Boosterthon Fun Run will be happening next week and how every student will run as a school. The team also talks about how students will learn character lessons over the next 8 days and how families can get pledges to help their school. Students leave school that day with an informational Pledgebook for parents to review.
The next 6 days are Team Huddles Days. This is the time when the Boosterthon Fun Run team makes the character theme come to life, rewards students for helping their school and reminds classes about the upcoming Fun Run. Every class becomes a team with the teacher as their coach. They pick a team nickname and create a team flag. Team Huddle Days are designed so the schools can continue their learning schedule as normal. 
This is the day everyone's been waiting for! The Boosterthon Fun Run team begins setting up the speedway early in the morning. When students arrive to class, they prepare to come out to the speedway. Students run for 30 minutes to upbeat, themed music. Parents line the inside of the track as the official cheer squad.
Most students run somewhere between 30 and 35 laps (35 is the lap cap). From the water station to the sound system, the Boosterthon Fun Run team is on-hand to take care of every detail and ensure that students, teachers, and parents all have a blast. As the run ends, laps are tallied and students review the character lessons.