Tomball Patriots/ Liberty Belles 2019
Each Patriot or Belle participant is required to raise $150 in fundraising. This can either be via a 'buyout' where a check is written to cover the amount, or by participating in the organization's fundraising activity.

For parents who do not wish to take the $150 buyout at registration, we will offer the opportunity to sell World's Finest Chocolate as the fundraiser. Each participant will need to sell a minimum of 5 cases of candy (30 items per case at $2 each) to meet their fundraising goal. Participants selling less than the required amount will pay a prorated fee. We will order a preset number of cases that will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Once we have sold out of cases, the buyout of $150 will be required.

How the fundraiser will work: At the time of registration, participants will pick up their cases of candy and provide a $150 post-dated check. Participants will sell their items and collect the money at the time of purchase. Money will be due on a date TBD and then the hold check will be returned. If money is not turned in timely manner, your hold check will be deposited.

Specific instructions, order forms, and deadlines will be provided at registration
 

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