EEEF Supports Evergreen Teachers and Schools!
EEEF is counting pennies! Our Pennies for Education drive is on. From now till December, schools compete for prizes by collecting the highest amount of change. Look for bags, jars and boxes in school offices, libraries and / or classrooms.
EEEF is supported by parents, school district officials, teachers, and local businesses.
|Pennies for Education, Oct. – Dec. 2014 at a school near you.(download form)||Direct Donation Drive, fall 2014 (download form)||raised significant funds for the EEEF during their e-waste drive on January 26, 2013.||EEEF presented a check for $50,000 to the Evergreen School District at the Board Meeting, Sept. 12, 2013 at Quimby Oak Middle School.|
The 2012 Fall Read-a-Thon Bookfair at Barnes & Noble, Thursday, Nov. 29th, 2012.
|EEEF president Mark Mao presented a $100,000 check to the ESD Board, April 19, 2012.||and EEEF Community Day, on August 18, 2012.||Council member Rose Herrera nominated EEEF as District 8’s Community Honoree, awarded by Mayor Chuck Reed at the State of City Address on February 17th, 2011.|
EEEF is excited to welcome our new business partners, especially our gold partner, Evergreen Solutions, and our platinum partner, Mt. Hamilton Youth Soccer League. Promotions are currently available.Check out the latest EEEF fundraisers. Local business owners, please see business promotions for important and generous giving options.Evergreen Elementary Education Foundation (EEEF ) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization established in 2010 to raise funds for the Evergreen School District. The Evergreen School District includes eighteen public schools, with just over 10,500 students.