SEED 100 for 100 Campaign
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, continues to attract donors for its 100 for 100 campaign. The goal of the campaign is to accept $100 donations from 100 people. All proceeds from the campaign will go directly to supporting the grant process.
SEED formed in 2011 to promote academic excellence, champion technology and reward educator innovation in Dover’s public schools. SEED raises private philanthropic dollars and provides grant funds, on a competitive basis. The vision of the organization is for all Dover Public School students attain 21st century skills and knowledge to be college and career ready. All SEED sponsors and donors share one common belief: that investing in Dover’s schools, programs, educators, and students is good for our community.
The organization has received $100 donations from the following: Dave and Deb Bamford; Jean Briggs Badger; Robert Carrier; Angela and Matt Carter; Cobb Family; Gerald and Patricia Daley; Diane and David Dickson; James and Carleen Duffy; Cathie and Greg Kageleiry; Michelle and Jim Kurtz; Brendan and Megan Licata; Rick, Stephanie, and Richie Lund; Donna and Bruce McAdam; Tony McManus; Morrison Family; Pam and Kevin Murphy; Pixel Media; Craig and Andrea Rowley; Tim and Amanda Russell; Beth Shafer; Cathy and Skip Small; Peter and Pat Sorensen; Jon and Mary Toof; Mike and Lynn Vail; and David Walters.
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 email@example.com or mail your $100 check to 61 Locust Street, Suite Mailbox 236, Dover, NH03820