Lighting the Way to Learning Campaign Receives $10,000
SEED is pleased to announce it has received $10,000 in donations toward its Lighting the Way To Learning appeal, an intense effort by SEED's entirely volunteer-led organization to establish a $500,000 endowment fund.
Recently named Dover’s Small Non Profit of the Year by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, SEED has funded more than $100,000 in education grants for programs, practices, and resources for students across all grades in Dover public schools. As part of the Lighting the Way to Learning campaign, SEED is seeking just 50 donations of $500 to offset initial account set up.
The first wave of donors include: Elaine and Ken Plante, Dr. William Harbron, David and Maureen Staples, Eric and Carolyn Decker, Air Vacuum Corporation, Kelly and Doug Glennon, Carolyn Mebert, Donna and Bruce McAdam, Abraham Burtman Charity Trust, Jim and Carleen Duffy, Finola and Matt Cox, Bruce MacIntyre, Angela and Matt Carter, Jan Nedelka, Anna and Brian Frankenfield, Paul Cox Trust, Verna Boudreau, Harbour Capital Corp and McDonnell & Roberts, PA.
Donations made to SEED are tax deductible and a 501C3 number can be provided. For more information about the campaign, to become a sponsor or donate, please visit www.doverseed.org
Formed in 2011, SEED is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to promote academic excellence, champion technology and reward educator innovation in Dover’s public schools. SEED support is not intended to replace appropriate municipal funding. SEED raises private philanthropic dollars and provides grant funds, on a competitive basis, to educators who submit formal applications. SEED’s overarching goals are to create a legacy for educational excellence in Dover Public Schools and to advocate the value of education in the community. SEED welcomes donations of time, talent, and resources. To get involved, please contact info@DoverSeed.org
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