SBBA FUNdraising Programs
The Sprayberry Band Boosters Association FUNdraising Committee develops and promotes activities that assist the families of our Band students to earn money toward their annual band fees. We all know that the County support of the Arts programs has been severely cut and that it is up to the students to pay for these programs. The Band fees, that are annually determined through a budgeting process, include all of the expenses associated with providing instruments, uniforms, music, meals, transportation, Assistant Directors, and much more. The FUNdraising Committee programs vary in type from selling fruit, value coupons, Flea Market and Garage Sale, and concession stand operation.
Our mission is to provide fundraising programs to assist all Sprayberry High School Bands students to raise money to pay Band associated fees.
Want to Help?
You are welcome to assist us in our Mission. If you are interested in belonging to the FUNdraising Committee to assist us as a season long volunteer or a single project, we have a place for you. Remember we put the FUN in FUNdraising. Contact us at FUNdraising@sprayberryband.com.
The Committee has established a Concession Team that is trained and experienced in the operation of concession stands at several venues including Rome Braves, Georgia Tech Sport venues, and Verizon Amphitheater. Presently, Band families have the opportunity to work in the Sprayberry Band sponsored concession stands at Georgia Tech including baseball, football, and basketball home games for an easy way to raise Band pledge fees.
Earn Fundraising Points Toward Your Band Fees!
The dollar amount concession workers earn is considered Fundraising Points (FP) and will be automatically credited to the student's band account. Workers do not get paid money.
BE A LEAD
PARENTS...BECOME A CONCESSION LEAD AND EARN EXTRA FP
For more on how to become a concession lead contact the SBBA FUNdraising Chairman at FUNdraising@sprayberryband.com. We are always in need of volunteers to train for all positions for the upcoming year, especially adults to be trained as Leads and Cashiers. These positions are paid higher, are not difficult, and easy to learn.
Ga. Tech. Football
Ga. Tech. Basketball
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Georgia Tech Volunteer Dress Code
All concession workers are required to wear the following attire. If you are not properly dressed, you will not be able to work. This is a Georgia Tech requirement. Khaki (tan) pants, capris or cargo shorts, Sprayberry band shirt (black show shirt or other black shirt - MIB, Chaperone, or spirit shirt), tennis shoes (no open toes or heels), GT visor provided by the Team.