Scentsy Fundraiser

How the fundraiser will work:

  1. Enclosed in this packet is a product sheet and order form (the product sheet includes just some of the products that are available to our fundraiser. For a full catalog visit https://helenmuhaw.scentsy.us/?partyId=294646643)
  2. Once you, your family, and friends decide what they would like to order, fill out the order form
  3. Collect cash or check in the amount of the order at the time the order is placed (checks can be made out to Helen Muhaw) or use a credit card to order online at https://helenmuhaw.scentsy.us/?partyId=294646643. Online orders are also part of this fundraiser when you visit and order from the above address!
  4. You or your child can submit the completed order form along with all monies collected to your child’s instructor during their scheduled class time throughout the week of December 13, 2016.

We thank you for your participation and support during our fundraising efforts! The students will directly benefit from this fundraiser as the money raised will be used towards various Kashtan expenses such as costumes and their maintenance and miscellaneous operational and performance supplies/needs. Your help is very much appreciated – we can’t do it without you!

If you should have any questions regarding this or other fundraisers, please don’t hesitate to contact Natalie Firmanchuk at (216) 210-1819, or Christy Bohuslawsky-Brown at (216) 287-9166.

Sincerely,
Natalie Firmanchuk
UCAA – Fundraising Committee Co-Chair

Amazon Smile

Help support the UCAA whenever you make a purchase on Amazon! Amazon will donate .5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases.

  • Click on this link, search Ukrainian Cultural Arts Association Of Greater Cleveland Inc, and click to support!
  • Once completed, you will receive an email notification that looks like this:

Hey friends… if any of you are Amazon Prime junkies like me, make sure to shop through Amazon Smile and support Kashtan and Zorya in the process – The easiest way to give back!

Posted by Diana Prodan on Wednesday, December 2, 2015