My son was inducted into NHS last year and
Ask for what the money needs to be raised. You may change your mind about a donation if you think it's for a good cause.
Thanks for the input.
Each school's chapter of NHS has its own standards for admission and its own requirements for membership. Whatever the fundraising is for, I'm sure there must have been some sort of meeting or letter that went home regarding it that your son forgot to tell you about (we all know how that happens!).
My DD's chapter of NHS did have some sort of service requirements, and they were for the school, such as tutoring. It does make sense that an academic honor society should require some service to the school, not the community.
But community service and school service are different from fund-raising. I just don't think
No idea--never had to sell anything when I was in HS for honor society. It was an honorary thing--we never actually did anything.
I don't know if Sami's school DOES NHS--haven't heard anything and she would certainly be a choice for it.
I get that they don't want to do the fundraiser, I was referring to the OP's complaint in her second post that he also has to do service projects for the *school* rather than the community, which she thought would be more valuable.
Thanks to all of you for your comments.
Thanks for your comments Kelly.