During this difficult time of social distancing, many of the traditional high school programs and sports teams have to change or modify what they do. This is very true for Copper Hills High School Azurettes Drill Team who was struggling to figure out how to do their much needed fundraising for their upcoming season. Parents and team members came up with a solution that would not only help their team, but the community as well.
The concept is simple: each dollar the team earned would represent a single random act of kindness a team member would perform for an individual. This simple idea took off and the drill team has already passed their fundraising goal of $16,000 since they started in mid-July.
What I love about this is how the Copper Hills High School Azurettes Drill Team was able to adapt to the changing times and benefit the whole community with their creativity. It’s an example to us all that though we may be socially distant, we can still be good citizens and bring some happiness to our family, friends, and neighbors.
Donors can pledge either $1.50 or $2.50 for each act of kindness and every dancer will perform a minimum of twenty acts of kindness. This is a superb way to support our students and our community, so if you’re able you can donate at https://anython.com/azurettes. This fundraiser will go towards Copper Hills High School Azurette’s Drill Team’s costumes, props, and music.