Live Webinar on How Parent-Teacher Associations Are Beating Fundraising Goals – Even Today

October 2, 2020

Tracy Wemett

Debora Jones of K-12 Clothing and PTA fundraising expert Alecia Whitaker share tips on how schools are reaching high fundraising targets on Wednesday, October 7, 2020


WARWICK, R.I. – Oct. 2, 2020 – SquadLocker, a leading provider of online tools and services for teams and organizations to manage custom apparel and equipment purchasing, is a proud supporter of the live webinar, “Tips to Boost Your School Organization's Fundraising in a Virtual World,” on Wednesday, October 7, 2020. Hosted by SquadLocker strategic partner, K-12 Clothing, the webinar provides tips on how to fundraise in today’s world of virtual education, and how parent-teacher associations are beating fundraising goals.


WHAT: Webinar, “Tips to Boost Your School Organization's Fundraising in a Virtual World,” Hosted by K-12 Clothing

WHEN: Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 1:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. ET



A recent study by PTO Today, the leading source of expert advice, ideas, and products for PTO and PTA leaders, showed that 51% of those polled said they need to raise even more money than ever this fall. With schools being online, or hybrid, and most parent-teacher organizations not being able to operate as they did in the past, how are schools going to reach these higher fundraising targets? Host Debora Jones, co-founder of K-12 Clothing, and her guest, Alecia Whitaker, PTA fundraising expert and young adult author, are showing how it’s being done.

Alecia Whitaker is the author of the award winning Wildflower trilogy (Wildflower, The Road to You, and The Way Back Home) as well as the bestselling novel, The Queen of Kentucky, which was optioned for film. She has a BFA in acting and has appeared on talk shows such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Martha, and The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, as well as Deal or No Deal. She also hosted a parenting advice YouTube show called The Baby Book and has been in numerous commercials.

Alecia became a mother in 2010, and now has four bright and rambunctious kiddos. When she’s not running PTA fundraisers, changing diapers or tripping over Legos, she is working on two screenplays and an early chapter book series.

Debora is a PTA mom and lawyer turned business executive excited about helping educational organizations achieve their goals. She brings two decades of business experience in sales, marketing, and operations to the education sector. As co-founder and advisor to K-12 Clothing, Debora focuses on strategic growth initiatives to propel K-12 Clothing into a leading role in the K-12 apparel market.


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About K-12 Clothing

K-12 Clothing is a PTA-Dad created full-service apparel company focused on providing high quality school apparel while increasing access to educational resources through fundraising in schools. K-12 Clothing offers schools uniforms, team uniforms, school spirit wear, and school staff uniforms at a competitive price. Offering a variety of brands, a diverse set of products, and a wide range of sizes all online simplifies the apparel process, allowing schools to avoid order and inventory management. With fundraising built in, schools can leverage the platform to support various initiatives at their school. For more information, visit and connect on LinkedIn.


About SquadLocker

SquadLocker uses innovative technologies to reinvent the way sports leagues, teams, and schools design and purchase customized gear, including uniforms, spirit wear, and other apparel. Offering market-leading brands, the company manages the entire process – from instant online store creation to free graphic artwork assistance as well as decoration, production, and fulfilment – from its wholly-owned manufacturing facility. This makes it easier for league organizers and school administrators to manage sports and school programs, while coaches and teachers can spend more time mentoring and inspiring athletes and students. For more information, visit: and connect on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.



Tracy Wemett



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