Thank you for supporting our Model U.N. program! The funds raised here will go directly into our Club account on campus to help pay for Conference costs, especially our annual overnight Conference. Our current plan is to travel overnight only once a year, alternating between a prestigious out-of-state Conference and a collegiate in-state Conference.
2020, May - UC Davis (approved by the School Board, but also cancelled due to COVID; this would have been our 1st year with two overnight trips in the same academic year)
2020, March - Boston (EagleMUNC, hosted by Boston College) - COVID cancelled 1 week before departure
2019, May - UC Davis (including tours of UC Santa Cruz, Google headquarters, and Stanford)
2018, May - UC Davis (including tours of UC Merced, UC Davis, State Capital building in Sacramento, Cal Poly SLO, & UCSB)
2017, March - Boston (EagleMUNC, hosted by Boston College, including tours of Harvard & MIT)
2016, March - UC Berkeley (BMUN) - including half-day in San Francisco
2015, March - Washington DC (WAMUNC) - including LOTS of DC sights, and a visit with the US Ambassador from Leichtenstein, in her home/embassy.
2014, March - UC Berkeley (BMUN) - including half-day in San Francisco
2013, January - NYC & Philadelphia (ILMUNC) - overnight flight plus 5 nights in hotels (2 in NY) - included tour of the U.N. headquarters and a visit with Ireland's Ambassadors to the U.N., and the Rocky statue :)
2012, March - UC Berkeley (BMUN) - including half-day in San Francisco
2011, March - UC Berkeley (BMUN) - including half-day in San Francisco
2008, May - UC Davis (tours UC Davis and State Capitol building in Sacramento)
Thank you immensely for your support,
Mr. Reagan & Mr. Palmer (Advisors), and the entire Cal High MUN Team
- Please click on the link to the left to make an online donation to our club. If the "MUN Donation" button doesn't pop-up, type MUN into the search box, then you can proceed to donate to our account. *If you are making the donation on behalf of a particular student (like a parent contribution), please create an account for your student so we can keep accurate records. Either way, thank you all for helping these hard-working students get an experience of a lifetime!
In-Person donations - The Business and Activities Office is open for parent donations from 7:30am until the end of lunch. However, I recommend you arrive while students are in class, so you don't have to compete with crowds of students. They do NOT accept checks, but cash and credit cards (except AmEx) are accepted for payments and donations.
Chocolate Sales - this is an annual fall off-campus fundraiser to help raise money for regular Conference fees, which are typically $25 per Novice delegate and $40-$75 for our Advanced delegates.
Parent Events - Since most of our costs are paid by parent contributions, the parents often organize one or two outside events, especially in the years when we travel out-of-state. Yard Sales and other events that the students aren't allowed to participate in have been hugely helpful in years past. Our parents have no official booster club, so they simply put something together, and make a donation.
For information on how you can help, e-mail Mr. Reagan, who will put you in contact with our lead parent group of superstar drivers and fund-raisers.