Your support makes great education possible.
Every dollar you gives help turn a standard public education into one filled with opportunity and limitless possibility. Your gift truly makes a difference in the lives of our students and enriches our entire community.
The Fund for Public education is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity and all gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. We accept gifts of cash, check, and credit card, as well as bequests and beneficiary assignments. We never charge any fees for administering your gift.
While donor-designated gifts are always welcome, we encourage you to please consider an unrestricted gift. Your generous contribution gives us the power to put your gift to use where it is most needed, amplifying its impact and tackling the biggest problems facing our public schools.
The Laureate Society
Donors who give $10,000 or more in a single year are invited to join the Laureate Society. Members receive invitations to exclusive events, a special gift, recognition in our annual report, and are invited to a private lunch with the Superintendent of TCSD#1.
The Scholars Society
Donors who give $1,000 to $9,999 in a single year are invited to join the Scholars Society. Members receive invitations to special events, recognition in our annual report, and an exclusive gift.
The Superintendent’s Circle
Recurring monthly gifts of any amount earn members a place in the prestigious Superintendent’s Circle, which includes recognition in our annual report and a small gift of appreciation. Recurring gifts are also eligible for both the Laureate Society and the Scholar Society.
Every gift helps provide extraordinary opportunities for students in our community. Donations up to $999 earn a spot on the Honor Roll and recognition in our annual report.
Remembering the Fund for Public Education in your estate planning is an extraordinary way to have a lasting impact on our community and its schools. Please contact us for more information. Including the Fund in your planning now, with an estate gift valued at $10,000 or more, earns lifetime membership in the Laureate Society.