To Taylor: raising money
posted by Ms. Sue .
Here's your last post:
"Posted by Taylor on Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 5:58pm in response to Work and Family Life (WFL).
Thank you, but yes my teacher DOES want me to raise real money. Car washes In this weather??
Bake sales How would I get the bake goods, and that would certainly cost a lot wouldn't it?
Thank you, but if possible, might you tell me some OTHER ways (Cheaper and easier) to raise money?
Thanks,
Taylor"

car wash?

There is no easy way for a student to earn $500 a month.
If you're 16 or older, you could get a job, but would have to work about 20 25 hours a week at minimum wage to earn $500.
Of course you could ask your family and friends for donations. Although I may donate $20 to a worthy cause when a friend asks, I doubt if I'd contribute to bringing some person to the U.S. just because they "want" to come.
If you're in a public school, the teacher's request is illegal, I believe. Ask your parents to talk with the teacher and the principal. 
OMG. $500.00 a month...I didn't know it would be monthly. Can't imagine the teacher is making such a request!
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