Fundraising Opportunities

Lenten Meals

During Lent you will be asked to help serve soups, sandwiches, and desserts. The funds that we make will then go into a pool and you will receive a share depending on how much you helped. There are 2 ways to help: help serve & clean up on and making 4 gallons of soup.

Rent a Student

We will be asked to help out with task such as: helping people move, yard work/mowing, shoveling snow, or little building projects. The funds made will go toward your mission fund. Every hour you work you receive $10 to your individual mission trip fund.

Flush Team

This is the squad that will go out on top secret missions to drop off our Golden Toilets. This will be the team that will drop off them off at their targeted lawn and after 18 hours or the ransom is paid, you will be asked to help bring it back to Atonement.

Bake Sales

Throughout the year we will host Sunday morning bake sales from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Funds from the bake sale will be divided among those who baked and worked. Dates to sign up for shifts and to bring baked goods will be announced in the weekly student email.

Middle Schoolers to Milwaukee

Calling all 6th-9th graders! We’re packing our bags and headed to Milwaukee WI to be the hands and feet of Christ with Youthworks! Dates for this trip are June 14-20th.

What will we be doing out there? We’re going to partner with local organizations to meet needs throughout the community. We serve at a mix of food pantries, a clothing distribution centers, soup kitchens, and more!

High Schoolers to Chicago

Calling all 9th-12th graders! We’re packing our bags and headed to Chicago to be the hands and feet of Christ with CSM! Dates for this trip are July 12th-18th.

What will we be doing out there? We’re going to partner with┬áCity Service Mission and the many tasks they have for us, this may look like taking a prayer tour of Chicago, working with different children programs, to assisting homeless shelters.

“It actually changes your life a lot, and you’ll think about it almost everyday.”

Lauren Sturma