Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Summit Charter School

Aid education in the Cashiers-Highlands plateau by supporting Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Education. Stop by the Cashiers Farmers Market today!

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Aid education in the Cashiers-Highlands plateau by supporting Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Education. Stop by the Cashiers Farmers Market today!

Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Education is back!

A time-old tradition of children making money in the summer with a lemonade stand took on a whole new meaning in Cashiers in the summer of 2015. Summit Charter School student, Chloe Crawford (then age 9), wanted to do something to help her school and decided to start selling lemonade for $1 a glass at her family’s business - the Cashiers Farmers Market. She aptly named her fundraiser "Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Education" and recruited classmates to take a turn operating the stand in July and August before school started. As word spread of the fundraiser, residents and businesses began matching the daily number of glasses sold. The lemonade stand raised $44,567 for Summit. This amount was matched and the stand ended up netting $100,000 for Summit in 2015. Word got out about our little school as the stand was featured on WLOS and Fox & Friends. The Lemon-aid Stand for Education returned for another year and over 80% of our children worked the stand and numerous parents volunteered their time to help as well. With the combined 2015 and 2016 summer seasons, the stand raised enough funds to fuel the dream of a high school, gym and performing arts center. Each facility is complete or underway and now we are tasked with raising critical operating funds to maintain the buildings and sustain the unique educational and extracurricular programs Summit offers. Enter the return of Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand!

Will you join us by supporting the Lemon-Aid Stand today?

Just like before, Chloe is asking for help from the community in two ways: First, she wants corporate or individual sponsors to match her sales for each day before school starts. Interested businesses can commit to a specific match on this website or stop by the lemonade stand at the Farmers Market to submit a pledge. Daily revenue may range from $250 - $5,000. Each sponsorship level with benefits is outlined in the below chart. Secondly, Chloe wants as many people as possible to visit the stand and buy lemonade! It's still refreshing, delicious and only $1 a glass. Come see us June 13 - August 18 at the Farmers Market on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Can you tell me more about what my donation supports?

Certainly! Chloe's Lemon-aid Stand for Education supports Summit's operating budget, playing a crucial role in enriching the lives of our students and teachers. Gifts sustain our campus and provide special programs that make Summit unique. Examples include:

  • Essential teaching and curricular materials to serve the needs of our students
  • Recruitment and retention of extraordinary educators
  • Hands-on field excursions to support our meaningful place-based curriculum
  • EC programming to ensure students with disabilities develop intellectually, physically, emotionally, and vocationally through individualized education
  • Extracurricular activities such as athletics, drama, jazz and chess club

Please help us continue to open doors, fulfill dreams, change lives and prepare our students to lead. We are very grateful for every donor and every gift.

Questions? Call 828-743-5755 or email