Bootcamp for schools
Boss Bootcamp for schools has the greatest potential for some real fun and fundraising - after all, the Teacher is a boss, the Principal is a boss and even the Coach is a boss. Raise funds to send just one to Bootcamp or to send them all. See which boss gets the most sponsorship and ends up raising the most money for Legacy.
Raise funds to send your boss to Bootcamp or have Bootcamp come to your school. See which boss is best at organising events and raising much needed funds for Legacy.
The School community is a great place to hold fundraisers and events, getting the other teachers, coaches, staff, parents, and the local community involved will really create a great sense of fun, excitement and friendly competition.
Register to have Boss Bootcamp come to your school – it’s easy!
In 2018 Legacy took Boss Bootcamp into schools. We can set up a military style obstacle course within your school ground, whether it is in the gym or on the oval or your school can set one up with our guidance.
All you need to do is sign up, send us an email with preferred dates and start raising funds. Get your school involved, even if it is only one or two classes that want to take part. We guarantee you will have fun!
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Participating in Boss Bootcamp is your School community’s chance to help Legacy families, by raising the much needed funds required to continue Legacy’s valuable services and support.
How do i start raising funds for legacy?
There are lots of resources available to help with your school’s fundraising – Check out our Fundraising tips
Fundraising is easy, if there is more than one boss competing then form teams; assign a teacher or prefects to captain each of the teams, to enable smooth coordination of fundraising events to follow.
Or, if only one boss is participating, say the principal, everyone can work together to get the best results. Hey, why not set a challenge to the school down the road to see who can raise the most for Legacy?
Did you know the youth support which Legacy provides is often critical, and can make a real difference in the chances a young person has of a successful career and in life in general, chances which are often diminished by the loss of a parent, that's why fundraising for Legacy children by children, is so very special.
You could include a history lesson on Australia’s Wartime Heritage to find out how the concept of Legacy was formed and established way back in 1923.