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Join us as we build a kinder, healthier future for our nation’s youth

The health. moves. minds.® FUNdraiser was designed to teach students critical life skills — kindness, respect, philanthropy, advocacy — and to demonstrate the importance of daily physical activity and giving back to the community.

The FUNdraising Solution for Schools!

The health. moves. minds. FUNdraiser helps you:

  • Achieve more funds for your health and PE program;
  • Support a charity of your choice (optional); and
  • Build a kinder, healthier school community.
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Empower your students to raise funds for new PE and classroom equipment for your school or to help your community!

Choose from two flexible fundraising options: Your school will receive 50% of the funds raised in the form of a Gopher gift card — or choose to “pay it forward” by sharing 25% of the amount raised with a charity of your choice.

It's a FUNdraiser as Easy as 1-2-3!
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SEL Resources

The standards-aligned, SEL-focused lessons can be easily incorporated into your existing health or physical education program. The lessons are offered in the following grade bands: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12. Take a sneak peek at a lesson from the Being Mindful, Being Kind unit for grades 3-5.
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You’ve completed the health. moves. minds. Fundraiser — it’s time to celebrate! Get creative and have fun!


Krista Winn headshot
I only have a $100 budget for my PE needs — and this year we received more than $500 from our fundraiser to help us purchase new equipment. We are a 60% free and reduced lunch school, and this funding is important, as is teaching students how to take care of the mind and body.

Krista Winn

Physical Education Teacher

Hamilton Elementary, Port Angeles, WA

Catie Embry headshot
The goal I set for our school that year was to raise $4,000. It was a lofty goal, but we ended up raising almost $8,000! As a result, we got to hang up a rock wall — and my students got to have ownership in that goal.

Catie Embry

Physical Education Teacher

Natcher Elementary School, Bowling Green, KY

Jeff Ladd headshot
We chose our PTO as our charity, which gave students a concrete idea of what fundraising can do — helping their school and seeing the benefit of that every day.

Jeff Ladd

Physical Education Teacher

Forest Park Elementary, O’Fallon, MO

Tom Roberts headshot
I found that even if I choose the “Pay it Forward” fundraising option — where 25% of the funds raised support a charity of our choice — we still receive 25%, which is more than the 4% that I usually received from other fundraisers we have participated in.

Tom Roberts

Physical Education Teacher

Auquila Elementary, St. Louis Park, MN


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