OPR is a pre-order service that allows parents to place their orders online "prior" to Photo day..
OPR is the easiest way to order photos and offers families advantages that aren't available on our traditional forms, such as "Build Your Own Package" and a discount if placing three or more orders.
partnered with the Big Brother Big Sister Foundation and the Trumbull Connecticut Food Bank, Trumbull Pop Warner Football and Cheer will be collecting food and clothing donations
· 100% Fruit Juice · Tuna & other canned meat · Macaroni & cheese · Sugar free, low sodium & no salt items · Shampoo / Conditioner · Toothpaste / Toothbrushes · Soap / Body wash · Shaving cream / Razors · Feminine products · Deodorant · Baby Wipes · Combs / Brushes Big Brothers Big Sisters – Charitable Services With the profits from BBBSA thrift stores across the country, Big Brothers Big Sisters provides several charitable services. Services provided include: · One on One mentoring with children and teens 6-18 years old · Community-Based Mentoring · School-Based Mentoring · Mentoring children of prisoners · Specialized mentoring for Hispanic, African American, Amachi, and Native American children · Mentoring for military children Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs help at risk children and teens develop healthy and positive relationships with their mentors. Having positive “Big Brothers” or “Big Sisters” to look up to, helps young people set higher goals and have more confidence to become part of a stronger generation of young people. Your BBBSA donations go towards helping young people get the tools they need to live happy, healthy, and positive lives. The Connecticut Food Bank Nearly half a million Connecticut residents struggle with hunger; more than 140,000 children are food insecure. These are people from all walks of life – children, working parents, seniors or people living with disabilities. They are your neighbors. The Connecticut Food Bank works through a network of community-based programs, such as soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters to provide nutritious food to people in need, but we know we need to do more. Last year, the Connecticut Food Bank distributed enough food to prepare more than 19.2 million meals to people in need in six of the state’s eight counties. What can you do? Every little bit helps. Five cans of food, $5 or five hours of your time can make a difference in the life of someone who doesn’t have enough to eat every day. Even in a state as wealthy as Connecticut, there is need for food assistance in every community. Sometimes the difference between a family that uses a food program and one that doesn’t is the sudden loss of a job, an illness or unexpected rise in health care or utilities expenses. The Feeding America Hunger In America 2014 study surveyed food pantry and soup kitchen clients in Connecticut and revealed that in the previous 12 months: 73% had to choose between food or utilities 63% had to choose between food or rent 68% had to choose between food or medical care
simply DOWNLOAD the Order Form, complete all information, drop it off at the Spirit Shop Table along with payment (CASH or CHECK payable to Trumbull Pop Warner) at the Madison School Football Field, before, during or after practice ..
** Orders must be dropped by August 26 **
* any questions, contact Sara Desautels @ email@example.com *