Nextitle’s 4th Annual Helping High Homecoming

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November 14th 7-10pm

Doors open at 6:00 pm
Program starts at 7:00 pm

Helping High

It’s hard to think about school when you have to think about keeping warm, or eating, or just dealing with life. Helping High helps at risk kids get what they need for life, so they can focus on school. And you can help. At the Next Title Homecoming Fundraiser, there will be music, live and silent auctions, and more. Attend the Helping High Homecoming Fundraiser to support Helping High, and help a kid think about something besides just surviving.

About the Frank Church Foundation for Student Achievement

The Helping High Homecoming Event supports The Frank Church Foundation for Student Achievement which is housed under the Boise Public Schools Education Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization. It is dedicated to directly helping at-risk students meet their basic, day to day needs. Founded by Jess Hawley, a teacher at Frank Church Alternative High School, they provide incentives to students in need to help them achieve superior attendance, academics, and overall behavior.

Why You Should Become a Sponsor

When you support the FCFSA through sponsorship of the Helping High Homecoming event, not only do you get attendance for a fabulous event, you also help an amazing organization. The funds raised go directly to the program and to the students, meaning your sponsorship doesn’t get lost in administration costs.

If you are a business, sponsorship is also another great way to promote yourself—All sponsors will receive media coverage and recognition for their donation. All of these things aside, the real reason is the kids. When you hear their stories and see their smiling faces, it becomes apparent how important it is. The more we support our youth, the brighter their future, and all of our futures, as a result, becomes.

Mr. Hawley, thank you so much for giving me things I needed not just things I want but actual things I need to be healthy.

The coat will keep me warm now because I didn’t have one before. This has really helped me out. And made me realize there are still some true hearted people out here still. This truly does mean something. Thank you for being so kind & generous not for yourself but for the good of a lot of people.

Thinking back on the things that have been given to me as incentives just to get good grades makes me feel like this world isn’t all bad as people think.

The incentive program has kept my grades up, it’s helped me stay warm in winter, and kept me from being the gross kid at school...

My mother passed away around age 46 from meth. As for my father, I have never met him. Even though both my sister and I are working, there are times when my family still needs extra help and that's where Jess Hawley was right there ready to help in any way possible. I think more schools and teachers should have this.