Offerings include wreaths, garlands, and centerpieces; all proceeds go toward supporting historic school
The North Coast’s historic Fire Mountain School kicked off its annual holiday fundraising drive with the sales of festive decor, including premium-quality wreaths, garlands, centerpieces, poinsettias, and more. All proceeds go toward supporting the school’s continued operations.
“We’ve been a proud member of the North Coast family for more than 40 years and as a non-profit, we rely primarily on the support of our community,” said school administrator Kristin McLaughlin. “We’re thrilled to kick off our annual holiday decor sale, which helps ensure we’re able to continue supporting local families and children.”
The decor, grown locally and sustainably at Iwasaki Brothers Farms, is available to order now through November 13. All orders will be hand delivered by November 30. For more information and to order, please visit: https://www.firemountainschool.org/order.html
Fire Mountain School, which was founded in 1983, is located in the coastal community of Falcon Cove. Because of its unique setting, children are able to go on nature hikes through old growth forests and explore the beach from the school’s back doors. The school’s mission is to nurture each child by providing a joyful, place-based learning experience and instills in children a respect for themselves, others, and the environment. For more information about Fire Mountain School, please visit: https://www.firemountainschool.org