Join the Lake Stevens Education Foundation in Supporting Education in our Community!
You can help provide excellent academic experiences for Lake Stevens School District students by making a tax deductable donation to the Education Foundation TODAY!
The Lake Stevens Education Foundation (LSEF) is a community-based, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to enhancing academic excellence for all Lake Stevens School District students and children. We fund programs that promote academic experiences, teacher innovation, early learning opportunities that promote success for all students.
Lake Stevens School District students receive a great education, that's why so many families choose to live in our district. Our schools make our community strong, vibrant and prepare our children well for their future. We all know the challenges our community and School District are experiencing during these difficult economic times.The Lake Stevens Education Foundation is committed to provide much needed financial support for our local schools. Your donation will provide Innovative Teaching and Learning grants to teachers, support Scholarships to graduating seniors, mid-high intervention programs and early learning opportunities to ensure children will enter Kindergarten will the skills necessary to be successful in school.
By providing you with many ways to give, we've made it easy for you to support Lake Stevens Education Foundation.
To date, LSEF has:
- Awarded $80,000 in classroom grants
- Provides a book a month to nearly 1,000 Lake kids
- Awarded $14,000 in college scholarships last year alone
Our goal for this campaign is to raise $40,000 to support LSEF Innovative Learning and Teaching Grants. (Go here for more information about our Innovative Learning and Teaching Grants.)
Sponsored by Tom Kruse, Attorney and Terri & John Spencer.
Donate to the Spring for Education Breakfast
Spring for Education Benefit Breakfast
The Lake Stevens Education Foundation is hosting its 5th Annual benefit breakfast on March 7th, 2013 at 6:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the Lake Stevens Educational Service Center. Funds raised will support programs of the Foundations that help Lake Steven's students and staff.
Donate to the Calling For Kids Campaign
Donate using Network For Good to support the Calling for Kids Campaign
Join the Lake Stevens Education Foundation's "Calling For Kids!" Annual Fund Raising Campaign, October 1-4, 2012. Our goal is to raise $40,000 - $5.00 for every student in the district! 100% of your donation provides direct support to classrooms through Innovative Teaching and Learning Grants. Teachers throughout the district may apply for funds for projects that would not otherwise be funded by the school district by the school district for their students and classroom.
Please donate generously today! Your gift of $5 or $500 will make a significant difference to our students and schools!
LSEF General Support: Donations supports all LSEF programs including Innovative Teaching and Learning Grants, ABC Early Learning programs for pre-school age children and families and scholarships for Lake Stevens graduating students.
Donate on-line through our secure server.The Lake Stevens Education Foundation has partnered with Network for Good to facilitate your on-line credit card transaction.
Donate to LSEF
Make gifts of securities to the Lake Stevens Foundation. Include the Foundation in your will or bequest.
You can also mail checks to LSEF, PO Box 1495, Lake Stevens, WA 98258 or call 425-334-0691 for other donation opportunities.
Give through your United Way workplace campaign
Ask your employer to match your gift. Many employers match employees' gifts to non-profit organizations. Ask your company's HR department for info.
The Lake Stevens Schools Foundation puts on several events each year and your time and expertise will be greatly appreciated.Volunteers are also invited to participate on Board Committees (Academic Beginnings for Children, Mid High Intervention or Phone-a-Thon).Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Terri at 425-334-0691.