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excuse me but my school is very small and we need more money
my schoo is in USA, florida, broward county, ft.lauderdale. its name is DATA (Downtown Acadamey of Technology and Arts) and it only has 7 rooms. its only got art, reading, language arts, science, and math. one rooms the office and ones a compute lab with about 20 computers. we have been trying to get a new building that would give us access to P.E. and a cafateria. it would let us get alot of things even for a small school. but theres one problem...money. my school has a building that we can buy but we need about $3,000 . so i was just asking if you can please do something...anything to help improuve it. if you dont believe me contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. so please help us or at least email me.
Distribution: Ubuntu, Debian, Various using VMWare
Cake stall, raffle, fundraising chocolates (In Australia, Cadbury's offer Freddo Frogs that you buy off them for $0.50, and sell for $1. I would imagine other confectionary companies in the US will offer something similar. This can be a very lucrative fundraiser, as everyone knows the fundraiser boxes and will buy a few. Everyone likes choccy).
Also, quiz night, fun run. The possibilities are endless.
If your school is short of funds, you need to contact your city's mayor, your state governor, the school board, your Senator or House of Representatives congressman, etc. Posting at a Linux technical forum and soliciting money is a totally ineffective way to try to resolve a local school funding issue.