Chapter fundraising is an important function for chapters. Each year, the School Nutrition Association of Arizona gives each of its Chapters an opportunity to earn up to $1,000 to help supplement their funds. These funds can be used towards Chapter hosted events or in-state travel to SNAAZ conferences. The requirements are pretty easy to fulfill and each goal has a specific value associated with it.
Enrich Your Chapter Now
Each Chapter is eligible for up to $1,000 and must complete ALL items from the Chapter Enrichment Program Application in order to receive the maximum funds. Monies will be issued once a completed request is approved based on the value of that item. Each goal has a designated value attached to it. Documentation of the items must be submitted with this form to the SNAAZ Vice President, Stephen Protz, at the contact information below. Once the documentation is received then payment will be requested.
Chapters are required to submit all documentation no later than October 31st, 2020. Documents may be submitted via email or through US mail. Email must be sent no later than 5:00 PM on Wednesday, October 31, 2020. US Mail must have a postmark no later than Monday October 30th, 2020. All missing documents or packets received past the deadline will not be accepted.
My membership has afforded me the ability to stay up with the proposed regulations happening in congress that affect the school nutrition industry. And with the help of other state members, I have had the chance to help reorganize a chapter that has been disabled for 20+ years.
Stephen ProtzTucson Unified School District
SNAAZ gives me the opportunity to connect with many different Child Nutrition professionals throughout the state, helping me to grow professionally.
Ronald BeckLitchfield Schools
My membership with SNAAZ has been extremely beneficial in networking and collaborating with peers to determine best practices for our nutrition programs. They offer plenty of opportunities to learn more, grow professionally, as well become a leader in the industry.
Jasmine SwierLaveen School District
When I first got into the school nutrition, it was recommended to join SNAAZ. I am so glad I did. I have met some of my best friends through SNAAZ. When I became a director I was so fortunate to have a group of fantastic directors mentor me and help me get through my first year as a new director.
Shannon GleaveGlendale Schools
I have been a member for 18 years and have been able to go to several State and National Conferences. I have been touched by many speakers. I have to say I have enjoyed every class I have taken and am so thankful that I have had this opportunity to learn more about my profession.
April SmithYuma School District
We are a state affiliate to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents over 55,000 individuals who have made a commitment to child nutrition.