125 rainbow cupcakes are baked and sold during Parents’ Weekend by the Gay-Straight Alliance to raise money for the Trevor Project, a non-profit providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people, ages 13-24.
15 care packages are sent to members of the Holderness community serving in the armed forces overseas, complete with home-baked cookies and brownies and hand-written notes.
45 pints of blood are donated during a yearly Holderness Red Cross Blood drive with over 70 students, faculty, and staff volunteering by giving blood or baking food for the event.
265 participants on 24 teams participate in a biennial Relay for Life Event. Proceed benefit the American Cancer Society.