OHS FARM FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

Did you know Orange High School (OHS) has a working farm on its campus where students raise all forms of livestock, exotic animals, fish, plants, and participate in other projects, such as floral design, landscaping, and gardening through Future Farmers of America (FFA)? The OHS FFA even has a traveling petting zoo! It really is quite amazing and so are the students who dedicate so much time caring for the animals, putting on demonstrations, teaching the community how to plant gardens, helping seniors in need with gardening, and more.

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO IMPROVE AND REPAIR THE OHS FARM.

The Orange High School Farm is in desperate need of repairs and upgrades to keep the animals safe, students learning life lessons, and for FFA students to continue their working relationships with Orange Home Grown, Pitcher Park Foundation, City of Orange Youth Programs, Orange County Animal Control, Orange County Fair, City of Orange, and others.

You can help the Orange High School Farm and FFA. Community support is key in improving the farm.

WOULD YOU CONSIDER A MONETARY DONATION TO HELP THE OHS FARM?

Orange High Donation Boxes
Orange High Donation Boxes

 

We thank you in advance for your support! Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be used for OHS FFA and Farm Improvements, such as livestock fencing, upgraded security, and more.

Please make out your tax deductible donation to Orange High FFA and send to:

RESPECT ORANGE

655 North Hariton Street

Orange, CA 92868

Checks must be made out to Orange High FFA and receipts will be mailed to you upon receiving your donation. If your donation includes goods or services, please contact us.

Donations bins are also located the following businesses in Old Towne Orange: A&P Collectibles, The Pizza Press, and Paris in a Cup.

Once we collect donations, we plan on having a community day at the Orange High School Farm to build the improvements. We hope you will be able to join us!

Let’s continue to provide the opportunity for young students to find out how far they can go, to interact with the community, and to learn responsibility and commitment at the OHS Farm!

 

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