Weekly fundraiser to benefit San Clemente musical youth

September 19, 2012 by  

Food trucks will be rolling in and out of the San Clemente High School Parking lot every Monday evening as part of a delicious fundraising effort to benefit the school’s musical and creative youth. The scheme began on September 17.

In light of the diminishing budget available to the arts programs at San Clemente High School, the Triton Music and Arts Club decided to find a solution to raise extra funds for the school’s music program, color guard, and marching band. The solution turned out to be an ongoing fundraising effort that will bring in some crucial cash for these programs. Every Monday evening from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, some of the area’s finest food trucks will be rolling through the parking lot at the school and serving up dinner. The trucks will come in about five or ten at a time and each one will pay a fee. The fees collected from the more than 250 food trucks serving the area throughout the year will go to support the programs at the school.

Fundraising efforts for a variety of causes require the work and planning of a number of individuals. These activities and events are generally advertised with poster printing or flyer printing to raise awareness within the community and attract more individuals to participate in the fundraising activities.

Local community members and others in the surrounding area are encouraged to visit the San Clemente High School parking lot each Monday evening for a fantastic bite of food, as well as a bit of fun. All those football fans in the area will certainly not want to miss the Tailgate truck on Monday nights, as it features television screens premiering Monday Night Football.