The two school's associated student bodies sold cutouts of paw prints -- red for the Panthers or blue for the Grizzlies -- to fans in a packed Veteran's Memorial Stadium during Friday night's pregame.
They raised $395 to support a village in Kenya.
"The kids really embraced the opportunity to collaborate," said Teri Corwin, associated student body adviser at Glacier Peak.
"A lot of the kids grew up together and there's still that joy in seeing an old friend."
Despite a rivalry in the cross-town athletic departments, students have worked together since Glacier Peak opened in 2008. They call their efforts "Red, White and Blue" events -- a mixture of the school's colors.
"Both of our schools are very service-oriented," Corwin said. "We believe that serving others is a critical component of being a good leader and will continue to look at ways to serve local and global causes."
Girls soccer teams from the two schools did that on their own, according to Snohomish football coach and associated student body adviser Vince Ivelia.
Before Tuesday's match, the girls asked fans through social media to bring in bags of Skittles -- red for Snohomish or blue for Glacier Peak -- to support the schools.
The treats were donated to the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club.
"We have a friendly rivalry, but we can get together to help out and the kids really embrace it," Ivelia said. "It's worked out great for the community."
The money will benefit the Kenyan village through Free the Children, an organization that works to provide resources for education, health care, alternative income, food security and clean water.
Students are still deciding what to do with the 395 paw prints that were hung on the fence during Friday's game, but they are considering bringing them out for Veterans Day.
Ashley Stewart: 425-339-3037; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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