DOVER, NH –May 8, 2018--SEED, a nonprofit organization dedicated to lifting academic excellence in Dover schools, recently granted $16,350 to teachers and administrators in Dover public schools. This grant period marks a major milestone for SEED. Since inception, the organization has donated more than $100,000 toward implementing innovative learning projects and curriculum in Dover.
The Seacoast Educational Endowment for Dover (“SEED”), a non-profit organization that promotes academic excellence by providing innovation grants to Dover educators, recently announced that its annual casino night fundraiser, All in for Education, will be held Saturday, June 2, 2018 at the Cochecho Country Club, in Dover, New Hampshire. All proceeds will fund future grants awarded to Dover teachers to help students learn the skills needed in the 21st Century.
DOVER, N.H., March 23, 2018 - The Seacoast Educational Endowment of Dover (“SEED”), a nonprofit organization dedicated to lifting academic excellence in Dover schools by granting scholarships to public educators, 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.
SEED is pleased to announce it has received $8,500 in donations to launch phase 1 of its Endowment Campaign. Donations from Chad and Sheila Kageleiry, Paul Cox Trust on behalf of Paul Cox & Martha Cox and their family, and The Duffy Family Trust will serve to launch the Lighting the Way to Learning appeal, which is an intense effort by SEED's entirely volunteer-led organization to raise $150,000 toward creating a $500,000 endowment fund.
SEED is pleased to announce it has been selected by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce as the ‘2018 Small Non-Profit of the Year’. This annual award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by a nonprofit organization.
SEED is pleased to announce it has received a $1,000 donation from Relyco. The donation will support spring grant awards for Dover public school teachers whose proposals create contemporary programs and innovative learning experiences for students.
SEED is now accepting applications for its fall funding period. Deadline for application submission is October 1, 2017.
SEED is searching for innovative projects in three core categories: Academic Excellence, Innovation and Technology, and Professional Development. Project proposals can focus on practices or resources for any students, classrooms or age levels in any Dover public school.
SEED is proud to announce it has funded a program to bring nationally known anxiety speaker, Lynn Lyons, to Dover on November 1, 2016 from 600-800 PM. The presentation is free open to the general public and will be held at the Dover High School, located at 25 Alumni Drive, in Dover, NH...