We are so pleased to announce another very successful Stuff the Bus for Kids event!! We were able to deliver 1,868 backpacks stuffed with school supplies to our requesting schools in the Everett School district! A huge thank you to our volunteers, donors and partners who made this effort possible! Special thanks to World Vision, the Boeing Company, Molina Healthcare of Washington, NW Plus Credit Union, Fred Meyer, Durham School Services drivers and staff, and the Everett Association of Paraeducators who made partner level donations of time and money to this effort.
We are helping Hawthorne Elementary raise funds to purchase new playground equipment for their school! To donate, please click on the donate button at the top of the page. In the tribute section, please identify Hawthorne Elementary playground. To donate via check, please send to: Everett Public Schools Foundation, P.O. Box 3112, Everett, WA 98213. Please indicate Hawthorne Elementary playground on the memo line.
To see the Herald article regarding the story and effort, click here
It is Classroom Grant time!! Classroom grants will be accepted from certificated staff members of the Everett Public Schools for this school year. Applications are due to the Foundation office by Thursday, October 20th. Please review the grant form for all details. Form can be found here!
Here is what's new...........................
Amplify your gift by participating in your company match program. Visit our page at Double the Donation.com to access forms and information.
NEW! Click on AMAZON SMILE when you shop and the EPS Foundation will earn .5% of your purchase!
NEW! Register your Fred Meyer card and support the Everett Public Schools Foundation every time you shop.
For the fifth year the Everett Public Schools Foundation was the signature sponsor to help put on three nights of college and career exploration for all of our students and their families this past October. It is estimated that more than 4,000 parents and students participated in these evening events with more than 40 colleges and post-high school institutions represented each night.