PCH is a not-for-profit organization and a registered charitable organization. All moneys raised at our fundraising events and throughout the year are used to offset our operational costs, purchase classroom materials, improve our outdoor play area and increase the variety and quality of educational programs we are able to offer. As a parent-lead school we are always trying to keep costs down, while providing an outstanding program.
We are registered with Mabel’s Labels, home of the award-winning creators of durable “labels for the stuff kids lose!”
Supporters can purchase offers through our Fundraising Campaign and a portion will go back to PCH for each offer purchased from our Campaign page. There are two offers available on Mabel’s Labels Fundraising:
1. Supporters can purchase a $50 eGift Card and $10 (20%) will be raised for PCH!
2. Supporters can link up to MabelsLabels.com from our Campaign page, and 20% of supports total shopping order will be raised for PCH!
Please send the Campaign page link to all PCH supporters (family, friends, coworkers, etc.) and they can shop from there!
We are continuing our partnership with Spring Children.
It’s easy… drop off freshly laundered and stain-free items for consignment, they select items they believe will appeal to their customers and the school gets 50% of the sale price of each item donated by a PCH family.
Drop-Off & Selection Process
PCH Families can drop off freshly laundered & stain-free items for consignment at any time during store hours! Spring Children will select the items they believe will appeal to their customers; sometimes there will be items they cannot accept which they will donate to a local charity. Please bring no more than 50 items per drop-off to allow Spring Children time to get items tagged, priced and displayed in a timely manner.
Pricing & Pay-outs
PCH receives 50% of the selling price on each of PCH Family donated items.
Displaying & Accountability
Donated items will be displayed for 3 months. After the 3 month period, any unsold items will become property of Spring Children and donated to a local charity.