Family Fundraisers

2018-19 Family Fundraisers

The Centaurus Band Boosters (CBB) support the following product sales to help students and their families earn funds for band expenses not covered by the CBB’s General Fund. Proceeds from these product sales will be directly credited to each student's CHARMS account. Students and parents can then decide how to apply those fees:  to the Annual Band Contribution ($325), Winter Program fees ($500), special band trips (not funded by the CBB), instrumental rental, sticks & mallets, shoe rental, Guard warm-ups, etc. Families can sell OZO Coffee in September, December, March and May;  Holiday Plants in October-November; World’s Finest Chocolate Bars in January and February; and Butter Braids in March. Last year, families raised over $10,000! Revisit this page to print order forms and for sales tips as each fundraiser approaches!

Stan’s Auto 4-pack Oil Change Family Fundraiser

We will have an informational meeting with all the details on April 22 at 6:10 pm during the first Spring Sectional. We will have coupons available for sale that night.

  1. Stan’s Automotive has given Centaurus Band Boosters 100 professionally printed coupons that are good for four oil changes for just $5 each (cost to consumer). Band students sell the coupons for $50 each, and the entire $50 goes to their individual CHARMS account. The details for the consumer are here: Basically, the consumer gets oil changes at the deeply discounted price of $17.50 each, including the cost of the coupons +$5 each time. That’s a steal!

  2. Students/families will purchase no more than four coupons at a time to sell (or keep) for $50 each. Payments must be made at time of pick-up by check made out to Centaurus Band Boosters.

  3. Students/families then sell coupons to family or neighbors, etc. for $50 and keep money as reimbursement.

  4. Whatever you don’t sell can be returned to the Boosters at Mini Band Camp, June 7th or 8th, for a full refund. There will be no returns after June 8.

  5. Heidi Ellis will be chairing this fundraiser. She will be at all three Spring Sectionals to sell coupons. If you would like to reserve coupons for pick up at the 4/29 sectional you can contact Heidivia email and she will have them ready for you.

For 2019-20 season we are starting the sale with 100 coupons. If we run out quickly, we can request more. This is a good opportunity to get an early start on fundraising for the trip to Disney next year.

OZO Coffee Fundraiser

OZO Coffee Sales: March 7-19, 2019

Sell 16-oz. bags of premium, whole bean, craft roasted coffee, directly sourced from farmers. Full pound bags are just $17 (compare value with 12-oz. bags of grocery store coffee), and students earn $6 credit per bag for their individual CHARMS account. We have a guide to help make sales efforts successful and provide background on OZO to share with customers. Download the Student Guide for Selling OZO.

Orders and payment are due by March 19. Your customers’ coffee will be available for pick-up on March 29. Click to download the March OZO Order Form.  Contact Amy Dunbar-Wallace with questions!

Poinsettias, Succulent Gardens and Christmas Cacti: Sales Window 10/28/19–11/11/19 (two weeks)

Sell Holiday Plants (quality Poinsettias, Christmas Cacti and Succulent Gardens) from October 28 - November 11, 2019  and earn 40% towards your band expenses. This sale is a long-standing CHS Band tradition and is well-received by local businesses, CHS Administration, teachers, and Band Alumni families. Families raised almost $3,000 last year selling these gorgeous plants! Click the link below to get a closer look at the plants offered. Download a flier & Order Form

Cover Letter


World’s Finest Chocolate Sales Window: January 11 – February 1, 2019

Sell $1 World’s Finest Chocolate bars, and earn 50% of sales towards your band expenses. Once a student purchases a case, they must sell the entire case. Parent volunteers will be available at the Centaurus Band Boosters closet to sell cases to students from 7:15-7:35 am on Friday mornings from 1/11/19 through 2/1/19.  Mr. Vogelsberg will not be handing out cases or collecting money! Students must give a check directly to the parent volunteers to receive a case of chocolate to sell – sorry, cash cannot be accepted. Bars come in easy-to-carry cases of 60, so earnings are $30/case. Families raised more than $5,000 selling chocolate last year!