May 9, 2019 – SEED was recently selected by Twenty Local Nail Beautique as its Dollar Day recipient. The effort raised more than $200 in funds and generated non-profit awareness amongst Twenty Local customers.
April 30, 2019- SEED is thrilled to announce D.F. Richard has renewed its sponsorship. The $2,500 donation will be used to promote the teaching and learning of 21st century skills to prepare Dover students for post-secondary education and career challenges.
April 9, 2019 – SEED is pleased to report its annual fundraiser “Encore for Education” raised more than $31,000 for innovative curriculum, tools, and professional development offerings in Dover public schools.
March,12, 2019—SEED is hosting its annual fundraiser, Encore for Education, Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the new event and conference center at Patty B’s Italian Restaurant. Underwritten by Portsmouth Regional Hospital's Dover Emergency Room Campus, the evening will feature four artists from Dueling Pianos of NH. All proceeds will be used to sponsor 21st Century learning skills and ground-breaking curriculum in Dover public school classrooms.
December 7, 2018 - SEED is excited to announce it has received a $10,000 direct donation. The gift, given in honor of former Dover Superintendent Jean Briggs Badger, will be used to improve early literacy practice in grades K-3 in Dover public schools.
October 28, 2018- Dover-based, Jewelry Creations partnered with SEED to raise more than $600 during Dover’s annual Apple Harvest Day event. The one of a kind promotion is a shining example of how businesses can collaborate with non-profits to raise awareness and funding.
October 25, 2018- SEED is pleased to announce it has received a $7,000 donation from a fellow education non-profit, Measured Progress. This generous donation will be used in part to fund the Fall Grant Cycle.
September 21, 2018 - SEED is thrilled to announce The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment (Center for Assessment), has pledged $20,000 to fund future grant applications from Dover public school educators.
July 10, 2018 - SEED recently awarded Jessica Daigle the 2018 Harvey Knepp Scholarship. Valued at $750, this annual scholarship is given to a graduating senior who is considered the unsung hero for dedication to the DHS school community and culture.
June 28, 2018 - SEED is pleased to announce Federal Savings Bank has awarded $2,500 to the organization. The money will be used to fund future grant requests for innovative learning proposals from Dover public school educators.
June 15, 2018- SEED recently held its annual board meeting and elected three new board members—Toby Arkwell, Cynthia A. Theodoras, and Markus Brave—each to serve an initial three-year term. The group also voted in favor of the following officer slate for 2018-2019
June 4, 2018 - SEED is excited to announce it has raised $23,700 from its “All in for Education” Casino Night Event. Proceeds will be used to fund innovative learning proposals from administrators and educators to promote 21st century learning skills in Dover schools.
May 15, 2018 - SEED 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.
March 25, 2018 - 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.
January 10, 2018 - SEED recently received a $2,500 donation from LTC Partners of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The money will support the next round of grant funding for cutting edge curriculum in Dover public schools.
January 10th - 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.