Domino's Pizza Fundraiser, News (Acton Houseleague Hockey Association)

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Domino's Pizza Fundraiser
Submitted By Dave Pratt on Thursday, February 12, 2015
The Domino's Pizza Fundraiser has come to a close with disappointing results. The League purchased 300 Pizza Cards at $8 each with the potential to raise over $5,000 for the League and the Select teams. The goal was to split the funds raised, $2,500 to the League and $500 to each of the teams.
Unfortunately we were only able to sell 230 cards in total. Select teams were given $500 for selling 25 cards and the remaining funds raised were used to pay the costs of the initial purchase of cards therefore the fundraiser generated approximately $1,750 to the league. These funds will be used to keep registration costs down next season.




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