Snider High School has a strong and long-standing tradition of being a source of charity work and giving back to the community. Throughout the year the school holds numerous fundraisers for different charities.
Snider does pink-outs at football games to help raise money for breast cancer awareness. The Student Council holds charities for Riley Hospital for Children (this year the school raised more than $2,300 dollars for Riley – a new record). The council also holds an annual canned food drive and, between October and December, first period classes adopt Christmas families and help furnish a Christmas to these families.
Snider takes tremendous pride in giving back to the community and strives every year to do so.