Where’s Rescue Roz?
Montclair Ambulance Unit is hosting a month-long, town-wide scavenger hunt to find Rescue Roz! Kids can use our Clue Card to help them find the images of Rescue Roz hidden in business windows around Montclair. Find all the Rescue Roz images to crack Roz’s secret code!
How it Works:
Step One: Gather a team! It can be your family, your neighborhood crew, or your soccer team — band together to find Rescue Roz!
Step Two: Register your team. You’ll receive your printable Clue Card via email. It’s free to participate, but we ask that you join our fundraiser if able.
Step Three (Optional): Help us reach our Scavenger Hunt fundraising goal so Rescue Roz can keep saving the day! Make a donation now, or set a fundraising goal with your team.
By participating in our Rescue Roz fundraiser, kids can learn what it feels like to give back to their community and make an impact. Check out our list of kid-friendly fundraising ideas below.
Put the FUN in Fundraising:
Kid-friendly fundraising ideas to support MAU
Lemonade stand: Sell cups of ice-cold lemonade on a hot day.
Bake sale: Sell homemade (or store-bought!) baked goods.
Joke stand: Earn money AND laughs.
Art sale: Sell drawings, homemade jewelry, or other artwork to family and friends. (Tip: maybe mom or dad can help sell through their social media accounts!)
Dig into savings: Donate money from your allowance or piggy bank.
Yard sale: Sell old toys, books, or clothes.
Chores: Do extra jobs around the house for your parents.
Car wash: Wash a car for your family, or others in your neighborhood!
Fun Run: Find a few people to sponsor you for a charity run around a park or local block. Get some friends to join in to make it even more fun!
Sell personalized chalk art: Create artwork to brighten up someone’s sidewalk or walkway.
Did You Know?
Montclair Ambulance Unit is a non-profit organization, not funded by town tax dollars like other public safety department. Rescue Roz and our other town ambulances are powered largely by donations. So let’s fundraise together to power our ambulances!