Canyon Del Oro Project Graduation

Canyon Del Oro Project Graduation
25 W. Calle Concordia
Tucson AZ
Booth: B214

Company Description:

We're all about seniors celebrating safely on grad night!

The purpose of Project Graduation is to support the upcoming graduates of Canyon Del Oro High School. Project Graduation has been a highly anticipated rite of passage for our graduating seniors. Parents, teachers, community members and local businesses partner to provide our graduates with a fun and exciting event where they can celebrate their graduation night in a safe, alcohol and drug-free setting.

Project Graduation is 100% volunteer run and funded 100% by donations and community contributions. Statistics show (and history has proven) that graduation night is one of the deadliest for teens drinking and driving. High schools across the USA celebrate Project Graduation with the same common goal – keeping our graduates and communities safe after graduation.

The History of Project Graduation: The concept of Project Graduation began more than 50 years ago in Maine after seven students from one community lost their lives on graduation night in an alcohol- and drug related accident. As a result of this tragic accident, the community organized “Project Graduation” to offer their students an alternative celebration to the traditional graduation night of drinking and driving temptations that can, all too often, end in tragedy. By 1986, Project Graduation activities were held in all 50 states!

Canyon Del Oro Project Graduation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization that was established in 2004, by past Oro Valley council woman Mary Snider. We do not receive funds from the school or district budgets. Our success is dependent upon a strong partnership between business and community leaders, parents/guardians, law enforcement, and school officials for volunteerism, fundraising, and logistical support.

Show Specials:

Giving away 2 tickets to our 2024 Get a Clue with Project Grad Murder Mystery Fundraiser for August 30th. A $170 value.


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