Fundraising Opportunities

Here are some LIMITED-TIME ONLY fundraising options for Lincoln Elementary. Class Color Shirts (available both in youth and adult sizes), donating a shirt to a child who cannot afford one, and supporting local businesses through our Lincoln Loves Plainfield initiative are all ways that you can support Lincoln on your own terms.

Lincoln Loves Plainfield

You can support Lincoln by making a purchase from one of these Plainfield Businesses on a specific date and time. Check back often for updates!

Brick Orders are Closing on 9/30!

What better way to leave the mark of your child, family, or that special teacher for all to see than with a personalized engraved brick? Funds raised by this drive will be used to support Lincoln Grows, our outdoor classroom initiative. Any excess funds will be used to support one of the many events and initiatives sponsored throughout the school year by the Lincoln Elementary PTA.

Each brick costs $85, and that includes engraving, shipping, and installation of the pavers. Just tell us what you want it to say, and we will handle the rest! Each brick is 4×8 and has 3 lines that can be engraved up to 13 characters per line. One special graphic can be added and is included in the price; however, the icon takes up three spaces in two lines of the grid.

To order your commemorative brick (make sure to have a credit card handy), click here. Make sure to order yours before Wednesday, September 30th, 2020.

There are a handful of fundraising options for Lincoln Elementary that give us year-round support. Becoming a PTA Member, AmazonSmile, and Box Tops for Education are a few ways that you can support Lincoln regardless of the season!

Become A Member

Becoming a PTA member is one of the first steps you can take in supporting the Lincoln PTA mission. Click here for more info!


Select Lincoln Elementary PTA (Plainfield, IL) as your charity from or set it up from your regular Amazon App, and start shopping!

Box Tops

Just download the Box Tops for Education App (How does the app work? Click here for details) or cut the Box Tops the old fashioned way and send it into school with your child.