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Almost from the beginning, Pig on the Pond has been partnering with local non-profit organizations who participate in the festival as a means to conduct fundraising for educational purposes.  The following groups participated in past festivals.

Examples of how our nonprofit partners benefit from Pig on the Pond Festival.

East Ridge High School Band Parents Association, Inc. 

 Selling funnel cakes, fried snickers, and fried Oreos at Pig on the Pond festival helps East Ridge High School Marching Knights earn money to supplement their band programs.

All proceeds earned from the 2019 Annual Pig on the Pond, will go toward paying for instrument purchases and repairs, music, uniforms, and transportation.  Please visit the ERHS Band booth and help support the hard-working kids in your local high school band program.


Clermont Knights

The Clermont Knights are Lake County's only two-time national Pop Warner football and cheerleading champions.  The monies raised at the Pig on the Pond Community Festival will help provide scholarships for deserving students. 

Pinecrest Lakes Academy

Pinecrest Lakes Academy will use the money raised at Pig on the Pond for our students.  Money fundraised will be used towards the following:

 - Uniform scholarships

 - Scholarships for extracurricular clubs/sports

 - Supplemental educations resources/workbooks for students

 - Student technology

 - Library books

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Boy Scout Troop 784 

Clermont  Troop 784, chartered by First United Methodist Church, is excited to participate in the 2017 Pig on the Pond Community Festival. As in previous years, we will be selling our infamous homemade lemonade, sweet tea, water and sodas.  In 2016, the troop's participation enabled the Scouts to raise money to fund summer camp.  Our Scouts went to Swamp Base located in Lafayette, LA, and to Camp Sequoyah located in Delta, AL.  For summer 2017, the Scouts will be going to Camp Thunder located in Griffin, GA. Thank you for your continued support of Troop 874 and the Boy Scouts of America.

The Kiwanis Club of South Lake

The Kiwanis Club of South Lake has been working with Pig on the Pond for 20 years to raise money to support the kids in the South Lake Community.  The money we raise at Pig on the Pond is used to give scholarships to local area high school seniors. In the past, the club has given scholarships to the 3 public schools and to Key Club Members and we are looking forward to the 2019 event to help seniors this year with scholarships. 

Picture is: Student Tiffany Concepcion with Kiwanis member Diane Staszel

Special Olympics

The mission of Special Olympics Florida is to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with intellectual disabilities who wish to participate, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

South Lake Junior Womans Club (SLJWC)

Since 1989 the GFWC South Lake Junior Womans Club (SLJWC) has raised money to support different areas of the community.  By selling Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Boiled Peanuts, Chips, Soda and Water at the 2019 Pig on the Pond Community Event, we will be able to award deserving Female Seniors and/or Single moms returning to school with College Scholarships.  Our goal this year is to be able to award a least (3) $1,000 scholarships. 

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