EdUCate! is a non-profit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.
Taste of the Triangle is Friday, May 12, 2023, at Farmer & The Seahorse. Taste delicious samplings from our local restaurants. Enjoy a glass of wine, beer or featured cocktail. Bid on the silent auction items. A VIP Reception will be held prior to the event. Tickets available at the door.
EdUCate! is proud to announce it has been selected as a 2023 California Nonprofit of the Year by State Senator Brian Jones.
EdUCate! is one of more than one hundred nonprofits honored by their state senators and assembly members for their outstanding contributions to the communities they serve.
Portable Sign for Standley ASB
“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 […]
Classroom Rug Granted to Ms. Wagner
“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 […]
36 Compound Microscopes for Middle School Students
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 […]
Channel One News Resources Granted to Ms. Thurston
“My colleagues and I would like to thank you for funding Channel One News for our 3rd grade students at Doyle. This daily news show has supported critical thinking and strengthened listening and speaking skills. Our students look forward to this portion of their day as they learn about what is happening in our world. […]