OZO Whole Bean Coffee

How it works:
Sell 12-oz. compostable bags of premium, whole bean, craft roasted OZO coffee, directly sourced from farmers. For each bag of OZO's ethically sourced and sustainably grown coffee sold for $15, students earn $5.75 credit for their individual CHARMS account. We have a Student Sales Guide to help make sales efforts successful and provide background on OZO to share with customers.  We have also created a shareable Form Letter for students to use who would like to email information about the coffee sales to those who may want to support the band or have a leave-behind for repeat customers. Click here to download our latest Coffee Variety Offerings and Sales Order Form.

Questions? Ozo Coffee Fundraiser Coordinator: Amy Dunbar-Wallis

Can you spare a few hours 4x/year to coordinate this fundraiser? We need a new person for the 2020-21 year. Please email Lori Winslow or Amy Dunbar-Wallis  if you would like more details or are willing to volunteer.

2020-21 Fundraising Dates:

  • Summer 2020: Sell through 6/7-7/9; Payment due 7/9; Coffee delivery 7/17
  • Fall 2020: TBD
  • Winter 2020: TBD

Please dropoff and pickup Coffee Orders to the following address:

710 Pan Court, Lafayette, CO 80026




World’s Finest Chocolate

How it works:

This is historically our easiest and most popular fundraiser. Students purchase full cases of 60 chocolate bars for $60. The chocolate bars sell themselves for $1 each and come in easy-to-carry cases.  Students earn $30 per case towards their individual CHARMS account.

Questions? World’s Finest Chocolate Fundraiser Coordinators: Preston and Christine Appel

2019-20 World’s Finest Chocolate Fundraiser Dates:

  • Fall 2019: Purchase cases from 8-8:30 am from 10/11/19-11/8/19 (5 Fridays)
  • Spring 2020: Orders and Payment due 1/31; Chocolate delivery 2/7

Poinsettias, Succulent Gardens and Christmas Cacti

How it works:
Sell Holiday Plants (quality Poinsettias, Christmas Cacti, and Succulent Gardens) and 40% of your total sales will go into the student's CHARMS account. This sale is a long-standing CHS Band tradition and is well-received by local businesses, CHS administration, teachers, and band alumni families. Click here to download our latest Student Sales Guide and Sales Form.

Questions? Holiday Plants Fundraiser Coordinator: Erin Moore

We need a new coordinator for this fundraiser for the 2020-21 year. Need more details about what's involved or ready to sign up? Contact Lori Winslow or Erin Moore.


2019-20 Holiday Plants Fundraiser Dates:

  • Sell 10/28 - 11/12; Payment due 11/12
  • Plants will be ready for pick up between 3:30-6:00pm 12/5
  • Please deliver your plants to your customers by Saturday, 12/7

2019-20 Winter Percussion Ensemble

Winter Percussion Ensemble is about to embark on their 2020 season!

“What is Winter Percussion or Indoor Percussion?” WGI definition:

 Winter Guard Int’l (WGI) Percussion ensembles consist of the marching percussion (also called battery) and front ensemble (also called pit) sections of a marching band or drum corps. Indoor percussion marries elements of music performance, marching, and theater; thus, the activity is often referred to as percussion theater.

For a lot of students, it’s also a way of surviving after marching band season is over! Come check out and join the 2020 CHS Winter Percussion Ensemble (WPE).  The CHS WPE is the 2019 reigning RMPA Scholastic A State Champion, and we are looking forward to another fantastic season performing “The Red Thread”.  WPE is a tight knit group of students, parents and staff that share a passion for music, performance and community. WPE is also an opportunity for students/musicians to try instruments in the percussion realm. Do you play piano, bass guitar or drum set? We need you!!!  

We will have a lot of fun! Please see the WPE upcoming schedule below:

      Monday 11/4 2nd Parent Information meeting 5:00 – 5:30 in the student center (fish bowl)

      Monday 11/4 Student Instrument Clinic 5:00 – 8:00

      Thursday 11/7 Auditions 5:00 – 8:00

      Monday 11/11 WPE Rehearsal 6:00 – 9:00

      Saturday 11/16 WPE Rehearsal 8:00am – 3:00pm


King Soopers Loyalty Cards & Safeway Reloadable Grocery Cards

Earn money for the band programs each time you buy groceries or gas with your King Soopers and Safeway grocery cards. Use the cards at any Kroger-owned (King Soopers) or Albertsons-owned (Safeway) grocery store, and these generous companies donate 5% to our General Fund. Learn more about how to get your cards and how to earn year-round for the band without spending anything extra.

AMAZON SMILE: Download the “Smile Always” Chrome Extension Now!

Amazon donates 0.5% (one half of one percent) of eligible purchases to the non-profit of your choice, but there’s a catch: you MUST remember to login and shop via smile.amazon.com (instead of amazon.com). Your login and password will be the same as you always use. If you use the Chrome browser, you also have the option of downloading the Smile Always extension that will always redirect you to smile.amazon.com  Designate "Seven Fifty-Nine Club Inc." (the registered nonprofit name of the CHS Band Boosters) as the charity to support. Amazon Smile will "remember" your charity affiliation the next time you login.


There are many ways to be a Band Sponsor! Whether you gift money or in-kind goods, we have developed wonderful benefits to recognize every level in our program.  Visit our Sponsorship page to learn why we need your support, how we put it to use, and how sponsorship benefits your business through positive association with our nonprofit band programs.