Homestead AVID Class of 2020
Flamingo Flocking Fundraiser
A migration of flamingos have been spotted heading north to Cupertino and Sunnyvale. They're expected to land between Feb. 4 and 15.
A flock may end up in your yard.
Are you prepared?
THE FLOCK MAY ROOST ON YOUR LAWN FOR 24 HOURS ANYTIME BETWEEN FEB. 4 AND FEB. 15!
Roostings are SOLD OUT!
Keep an eye out on your front lawn ...
You may have been nominated by a friend for roosting!
With your friend's purchase, a flock may arrive on your lawn under the cover of darkness, and you will awake to a lawn inhabited by festive flamingos.
The flamingos will leave as quietly as they arrived, within 24 hours of roosting. The Homestead High School AVID Class of 2020 will handle everything! Your only responsibility is to enjoy the surprise.
Flamingo Flocking is a fundraiser by Homestead High School's AVID Class of 2020.
Should you be nominated for roosting by a friend, these flamingos will roost on your lawn for up to 24 hours anytime between Feb. 4 and Feb. 15, until they mysteriously migrate to another friend's lawn during their migration period.
The flocking is done in good spirits! The funds raised will go to support Homestead High School's AVID Class of 2020 in their college exploration over the next two years. Funds will be used for test prep, college visits, the AVID Graduation program, and senior scholarships.
If you are interested in helping the AVID Class of 2020 with their fundraising efforts, you can donate directly to us directly, via check or Venmo (see payment info at the bottom of this webpage).
DO NOT DISTURB
While northern california flamingos are generally quiet, subdued birds, we ask that you do not disturb the flock. Specially trained and equipped professionals are available to move the flock for you. If your lawn is flocked, birds will be removed within 24 hours of the flocking.
Call 408-218-7168 for immediate removal.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION
Thank you for your donation!
MAIL CHECKS TO:
*checks payable to "HHS AVID 2020"
PAY VIA VENMO:
*note "AVID Fundraiser" in the notes