Arrowhead Boys Soccer Sells Coupon Cards for Fundraising

Ava Lillesand, Reporter

Arrowhead’s boys soccer teams are selling coupon books for fundraising. The fundraiser went from late August to mid September. 

 

Adrien Mendoza, sophomore on junior varsity says, “The players sell them on their own, and the orders are placed online.” 

 

Each book is $20. A portion of the profits will be passed on to the Institute of Learning Academy. The book features coupons for businesses around Hartland and Delafield. 

 

Kyle Staus, senior on varsity, says, “It not only brings the team and spirit together for the start of the season, but benefits the program.”

 

The fundraising is used for Arrowhead and a portion of the profits will be passed on to the Institute of Learning Academy. The selling goal is about 21 cards per player. 

 

“We are each given 20 cards to start with and if we go over, we can get more cards.” Mendoza, sophomore on junior varsity says. 

 

Mendoza sold 10 cards at $20 per card. 

 

Coach Staus, varsity coach, says “Our Freshman coach, Coach Oppermann, has a connection to the Institute of Learning and we donated some of our profit and collected school supplies to give to ILA.  The Arrowhead Boys soccer program enjoys giving back to the greater community.”

 

This year Junior Varsity Two sold 195 books. 

 

For the Arrowhead program Coach Staus says, “The fundraising is for operational stuff (uniforms, apparel, gear, nets, etc….) for the boys soccer program.”

 

The boys also use the extra money for charity. 

 

Staus, senior on varsity, says “We donate some proceeds to the childhood cancer rally foundation.”