When you support the General Gordon PAC fundraising you support:
- Our classrooms. Every teacher receives PAC funds to be used for their class, whether on materials, equipment or experiences.
- Our playgrounds. PAC funds enable us to enhance our school grounds and playgrounds.
- Our guest experts. PAC funds allow us to bring in guest experts like Saleema Noon to offer parent education and enhance in-class learning.
- Our technology. PAC funds help keep our school technology, like iPads, up to date.
- Our library. PAC funds enable us to expand our library’s offerings, in particular broadening and diversifying the authors whose stories it holds.
- Our sports equipment. PAC funds allow us to expand our sports equipment, encouraging physical activity and play.
- Our music program. PAC funds enable us to provide our music room with sound equipment and musical instruments.
- Our school community. PAC funds help provide access to PAC-led initiatives for Gordon students whose families wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them. PAC funds also help provide support for Gordon families who are facing food insecurity.
- Our legacy. PAC funds raised this year will ensure our school has the funds to continue our many initiatives for years to come.
Ongoing Fundraising Initiatives
West Broadway and 4th Street
During the school year, mention General Gordon Elementary when you order purchase from Cobs Bakery (West Broadway location) and 5% of your purchase will be donated back to General Gordon PAC.
We’ve launched a new fundraiser through FlipGive, an app that raises funds for PAC when you use it to shop at brands like Indigo, LobLaws, Esso, Apple, Home Depot, Walmart, Sport Chek, Old Navy, and many more. Join General Gordon’s team or enter code:
KH63GQ and you’ll get a $5 bonus the first time you shop.
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We acknowledge, with gratitude, that our school, where we play, work and learn, is on the traditional, unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Coast Salish Peoples.
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