Donate to Jagathon, win books for your child’s classroom

Help us by donating to the Jones Jagathon!

Our goal is to raise $10,000 by Friday, Nov. 1.

We don’t sell cookie dough or wrapping paper. This is a give-what-you-can fundraiser. But we rely on donations to do important things at Jones. The money raised by the PTA pays for teacher grants, schoolwide assemblies, purchasing equipment and school supplies. In the past few years, we’ve bought musical instruments, a security system, a deep cleaning for the school, and several Epson smartboards for classrooms.

This year, we have several campus beautification projects in mind and a few other needs for the school.


That’s less than a dollar for each week of school, and your child benefits directly. Plus, you could win a prize.

Contribute at least $25 and get entered into a raffle for several fun donated prizes …
• A family pack of Greensboro Grasshoppers tickets
• $50 gift certificate to Green Valley Grill
• Gift basket of Usborne kids books
• Mystery gift basket
Donate more, get more chances to win … Each $25 increment earns you an extra ticket ($50 = 2, $75 = 3).

scholastic booksAnd for the month of October, we’re adding a NEW reason to give!

Each week in October, the classroom that raises the MOST Jagathon money will WIN $100 in Scholastic Dollars! Teachers can buy books, games or other Scholastic Book Fair supplies for their classrooms!

So … there will be 4 classroom winners in addition to the individual winners of our prize drawings!

Make sure to note the teacher’s name on the donation form OR in the notes/memo field if you’re donating online.  (If you’re paying by credit card, you can put the teacher’s name in the address field if the others don’t appear.)


  • Make your donation quickly online here. You can set up a one-time donation or give monthly.
  • Print out this donation form and send cash or a check made out to Jones PTA to school in an envelope marked “PTA office – Jagathon.”

*All donations are tax-deductible.*

Donate to Jagathon, win books for your child’s classroom
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