Mount Claremont Primary School in Perth celebrated their Centenary year with a fantastic self-portrait design printed on tea towels and tote bags. Coordinator Jo explained that the products were sold at cost price to the families so that each one would be able to have a treasured keepsake from the celebratory time. From a school of 220 kids they sold 203 tea towels and 124 tote bags – what an amazing response! All sold through the school, Jo told us it was very handy to use the fundraising tools to promote the keepsakes, particularly the design on the parent order letters and displaying the samples. “Many people do not have the ability to visualise the items. We did totes as well and the response to seeing the items was sensational. It also let people experience the product quality”
Next on the agenda is a full colour collaborative tea towel by students and artist Vanessa Milner to sell at the upcoming Centenary Open Day. Thanks for sharing Jo and everyone at Mt Claremont Primary and congratulations on turning 100!