Here’s the difference TAF donors made this GiveBIG.

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What a difference one person can make.

Yesterday’s GiveBIG fundraiser serves as a true testament to what can be accomplished when many come together for one cause. Forty individuals donated to TAF through the GiveBIG platform and a number of others contributed directly through online-giving resulting in over $20,000 raised for students and teachers!

Learn more about our plans after GiveBIG.

$20,000 can cover a lot.

With the money we raised yesterday on GiveBIG, we have the opportunity to do so much for our students and teachers, like:

60 Paid Bus Trips
to immersive site visits, allowing for 3,600 off-site enrichment opportunities for students.

50 Robotics Kits
opening the door for all four of elementary schools under TAF’s School Transformation program to have a LEGO League team.

Transform a 5th-grade Class
at TAF’s new transformation site Roosevelt Elementary.

Send 3 Cohorts of Martinez Fellows to IslandWood
to receive professional development training in PBL, STEM, and equity.

Thanks to the following GiveBIG donors:

Corrinne Martin

Marianne Marck

Elaine VonRosenstiel

Cherie Mueller

Barbara Bryant

Jean McCarthy

Chris Haven

Alice Gregory

Laura Seaver

Barbara Grant

Nikole Shapiro

Ebony Booker

Thomas Bruhns

Mary Beth Canty

Leslie Selle

Kevin Washington

Imee Tribo

Treg Isaacson

Sally McLean

Juanita Ricks

Raymond Lee

Anthony Metoyer

Chindra Wright

Chris Moody

And a number of donors who donated privately.

Didn’t get a chance to give? Consider setting up a monthly gift.

Events like GiveBIG help us make strides in our fundraising efforts and really shows how passionate our community is about educational equity. But, if you didn’t make the deadline, you can still help.

Monthly giving provides a consistent, stable stream of money that is able to go directly towards our students and teachers. It helps us take focus off raising money, so that we can spend more effort on improving our programs.

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