December 100 for $100
The Seacoast Educational Endowment for Dover (SEED) a non-profit organization founded to foster teacher creativity and fund new learning initiatives within Dover district schools, is happy to report community members have signed on for its 100 for $100 campaign.
More than halfway toward its goal, the campaign is seeking $100 donations from 100 people. SEED raises private philanthropic dollars to promote academic excellence, champion technology and reward educator innovation in Dover’s public schools. All SEED sponsors and donors share one common belief: that investing in Dover’s schools, programs, educators, and students is good for our community.
SEED is pleased to announce it has received $100 donations from the following: Dover High School Homecoming Committee, Michael and Joan Cartelli, Centrix Bank, Rocky D’Andrea, Brian and Meredith Dimambro, Karen and Pat Duffy, Marjorie and Robert Fisher, Stephen and Pamela Giguere, Jennifer and Todd Govoni, Kate and Jonathan Hill, Stuart Kahl, Douglas Knight, Sarah Greenshields, Carolyn Mebert, Kirt and Britt Schuman, Beverly Shadley and Carina Self, Lisa and Eric Spurling, Gary Tirone, Sue and Tom Vitko, Brett and Nicole Wilson, and Gregory and Laura Wirth.
Whether you are a parent interested in providing your child with exceptional educational opportunities, a business person who understands good schools are essential for economic growth and prosperity, or a resident who wants the best for Dover’s future, SEED is for you. To be part of the 100 for 100 campaign, please contact Beverly Shadley at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail your $100 check to 61 Locust Street, Suite Mailbox 236, Dover, NH03820