Major Saver campaign raises almost $103,000

May 7, 2014 

Pictured during a Major Saver check presentation are, from left, Kelly Osborn, Major Saver; Diane Seif, Educational Foundation president; and Sheryl Franke, Educational Foundation director.

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The Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation’s 2014 Major Saver campaign raised $102,885 for the Educational Foundation and Lee’s Summit R-7 schools.

Through the fundraising campaign, students at R-7 schools sell the dining/event discount cards with money raised going to the Foundation and to the students’ schools.

Money raised for the Foundation will help further student success by providing classroom PEAK (Promoting Excellence and Knowledge) Grants and Google Chromebooks across the school district.

This is the 18th year that the Educational Foundation has partnered with Major Saver to raise money for Lee’s Summit R-7 students and schools.

To purchase Major Saver cards that may be used in Lee’s Summit or in neighboring cities while still helping local students, please visit www.majorsaver.com.

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