A variety of optional fundraisers are available to parents and students to raise funds for individual student accounts and for AMP as a whole.  Students accounts funds may be applied toward individual expenses such as uniforms, school music camps, sponsored trips, music lessons and other activities related to the music program at Glenbard West High School.  Fundraisers that benefit AMP as a whole go toward equipment, awards, private lesson scholarships, uniforms and expenses listed in the budget (see Overview Of Amp for current and past budgets).

Individual Student Account Fundraisers

Aug-Sept – students sell frozen cookie dough to bake at home, very popular!

October – Ten dollar gift certificates to Barone’s.

October – fresh evergreen wreaths, swags and garland available for pickup the day after Thanksgiving. Mail Order Form

November – beautiful poinsettias available to pick up at the December concert.

February - Tickets to an unforgettable event – professional florists create arrangements live on stage.

April – delicious frozen pastries that everyone loves to bake at home!

Families can purchase gift cards such as Jewell and a percentages goes to Student accounts and AMP.

Barri Maaske

Lee Fruit

Ed Herlihy

Susan Blatt

Nancy Perlman

Clare Doran

Pam Kelleher

Ongoing Fundraisers that benefit AMP as a whole

Sherry Scheller

Thank you for your donation. Make donations at concerts, mail a check, or click here to donate online.

Football Concessions

Twice a year AMP volunteers and students staff the concession stand at a home GBW football game, a portion of the proceeds earned are donated to AMP

Mary LaVaque

One of our largest fundraisers, Students and Parents staff the AMP concessions throughout the day.

Mary LaVaque
Jeff Laird

All supporters of the arts can take advantage of this opportunity to advertise their company, event, business, home crafts, services, or take out a personal ad (Family) to display your support for your student.

Mary LaVaque

Support West's Music Program by displaying this sign in your front yard.

Nicole Krueger