EdUCate! is a non-profit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.
In lieu of Oktoberfest, EdUCate! is holding a fall fundraiser auction and a Dollar-A-Day campaign. The auction is over but you can still support your schools. Choose to be a Dollar-A-Day donor at $365 and fund a classroom for the whole year (1 teacher and 30 students). Or donate $180 for $1/school day or ANY amount!
Do you know a teacher, counselor, or staff member who has made a difference in your child’s life? Thank them through EdUCate!’s Honor A Teacher program. Make a donation in their name and they will be honored at a staff meeting, in our newsletter, and online and they will receive a gift and a personal message from you.
“A big THANK YOU for donating our beautiful new rug to room 515 4th and 5th grade students at Doyle Elementary. Before the rug, students wanted to sit at their desks and the front of our room looked like a boring waste of space. Now, the kids enjoy coming up to the rug, working with […]
“Thank you so much for the exciting news that my grant request has been accepted. I am so excited to provide these innovative, brain growing activities to the kids in my class. Having only one Osmo Genius Kit right now is frustrating for the kids and me. Thanks so much for all the time you […]
The microscopes at Standley being used by science department were more than 20 years old, most of them having been broken and repaired from use over time. They were not reliable, and not enough of them worked to be helpful. So the science department asked EdUCate for 36 new microscopes, a full class set, to […]
“Thank you, Educate! The new portable sign your grant allowed us to purchase has been getting lots of attention. Students who never seem to look at the marquee or chalkboards can’t help but see our great new sign – especially since we can move the sign to places they can’t miss. Thanks for helping us […]
Fund the UC Five
EdUCate! is a nonprofit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.