Fundraiser Etiquette


The Elementary Etiquette Society in Palm Beach County and nationwide supports many rotating charities based on local interest and need. This includes raising money through fundraising efforts, collecting household items or clothing,  food drives, having events to collect toys for tots, helping to build housing, or by donating time to organizations to assist them in obtaining their goals.

Fundraiser Etiquette Group

We collect items for Adopt a Family and gifts for Toys for Tots during the holidays by having parties to attract more people and to collect more presents  for these wonderful causes.

Kids' Giving Back to Kids' is an organization that the Elementary Etiquette Society started that requires  enrolled participants in the cotillions classes to commit to community service hours that are hands on with organizations that help children in need either medically, financially, or emotionally.

Cancer Fundraiser Etiquette

We also enjoy promoting The Susan G. Komen for the cure by participating in walk-a-thons or by donating a percentage of book sales or program fees back to the cure. Additionally, the Elementary Etiquette Society also gives back to the Harbor House, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Junior League. We are also planning to raise funds for a new non-profit called Social Butterflies. This organization sponsors revolving charities through special events and the product sales of jewelry designs and shirts.

Florence FullerThe Florence Fuller Child Development Center helps children by offering affordable childcare. The Elementary Etiquette Society and Bloomingdales are partnering to raise funds by presenting a fashion show, workshop, and luncheon to create awareness and support for this worthy cause.

We welcome charitable foundations or organizations to contact us to propose ways that the Elementary Etiquette Society can assist with your fundraising goals. We continue to donate many workshops, programs and classes to different schools or organizations and their annual auctions to benefit their prospective ambitions.

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

Walt Whitman

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