NHS members host Krispy Kreme Donut Fundraiser


Written by Adaline Pauly, Copy Editor

To raise money for the National Honor Society, senior Reghan Ohl and junior Grace Bender decided to put on a Krispy Kreme Donut fundraiser. The fundraiser started on Feb. 1. The money raised is going to be used for donating to local food banks, scholarships, and decorations around the school. Different kinds of fundraisers have been done in the past, but selling donuts seems to be the most prominent. 

“I think we will raise a lot of money, because people seem to like donuts,” Bender said. 

Because the numbers are growing, members feel that the fundraiser might be more successful this year.

“Last year we got over $1000,” Ohl said. “We have more people than last year, so I think the outcome will be better.”

However, there are some different opinions about this fundraiser. 

“I think it is a good fundraiser, but there are more successful fundraisers, like the apparel ones,” Bender said. 

The community seems to look forward to this fundraiser, as many other organizations have done it as well.

“It’s a fundraiser that NHS has put on for several years,” Ohl said. “Volleyball doesn’t do it anymore, so people are kind of expecting it.”

Sponsor Chris Bellar said Krispy Kreme is easy to work with because nearly everybody likes donuts. 

“Hopefully we have fun getting donuts for people, and hopefully raise some money,” Bellar said. “It’s nice to have money in the account, so we can serve others.” 

The drive will continue until Feb. 22, and the donuts will be delivered Feb. 27.