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Naming A Breakfast
11/14/2012 at 6:31 AM ET
We are a non profit school for children with learning disabilities looking for a name for an annual development (fundraising) breakfast. Can anyone help?
11/14/2012 at 7:55 AM
Okay, I am going right out on a limb here. It might work though.
Imagine if all your breakfasters had to have a disability when they ate? Maybe they wouldn't be allowed to use their arms, be blindfold or have to sit in a wheelchair? When they arrive they are told what they can't do.
Somehow it wouldn't work very well, nonetheless it is worth a thought. There are too many people who think that a disabled person can't enjoy life. You know different.
"Think what it would be like if you didn't know it was called breakfast"
Not good, a stab at something that would grab attention. Sorry.
A few more details would be nice though.
To your success.
11/14/2012 at 8:45 AM
What's the name/location of your school?
Do you have a website we can look at for ideas?
11/14/2012 at 7:57 PM
What are you trying to communicate with the name? Why not just "[Organization Name] Breakfast?"
We're going to need more information about the organization and the target audience for the breakfast if we're really going to be helpful to you.
11/15/2012 at 6:25 AM
I appreciate your input and am happy to provide more information. The school's name is Oakwood. Website
We are looking to name the annual "event" with something that will endure. So not too theme oriented.
We believe that when provided with the appropriate teaching methods and nurtured to "believe in what they can do not what they can't do" students with learning disabilities will reach their full potential. We strive to work collaboratively with students, parents and other professionals.
The target audience will be current and former parents, their guests and educational/business professionals.
11/15/2012 at 7:26 AM
"We find the best in our pupils, come and discover how"
"We believe in the best, do your best to support us"
We find the best in your child, do your best to help us do it.
Any good? Tweak them, send 'em back and the wrecking crew - sorry the Forum specialists - will take a look for you!
11/15/2012 at 12:06 PM
Give us a Break Fast
Toasting Toddlers to Teens
11/20/2012 at 8:35 AM
Oakwood's Breakfast of Champions
11/21/2012 at 6:21 AM
Thanks to everyone for their thoughts and suggestions. I think we are off and running!
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