Spencerville Educational Foundation

Who benefits from the Ed Foundation?
The Spencerville Educational Foundation is a nonprofit corporation designed to promote, improve, enrich and supplement programs and activities beyond what is possible with public funds. The foundation became a 501 C(3) nonprofit, tax exempt charitable organization in February 1992. The intent of the foundation is to cooperate with and assist the Board of Education, administration, and staff of Spencerville Schools in achieving the educational purpose of the Board of Education and the community.
 

Why donate to the Ed Foundation?

The foundation provides a vehicle for giving - for both individuals and corporations - to enhance the quality of the education in our community.  Each contribution marks another step toward the achievement of excellence in our schools and students.

 

Your contribution is very much appreciated!



How can you give to the Spencerville Educational Foundation?

Contributions to the foundation may be made in several ways:
GFS FUNFUNDS - Click HERE to sign up to raise money while you shop at  GFS !!!
Outright Gifts - Cash or securities. Incremental Gifts - Gifts made in planned stages over a period of time.
Memorial Gifts - Honoring friends, relatives. alumni or educators. Special Gifts - Money to endow a subject area or underwrite or other educational purposes of the donor's choice.
Deferred Gifts - Bequests, life insurance, annuities and trusts. Payroll Deduction - Through your employer.

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Goals of the Foundation

The goals of the foundation are to:

*Build an (endowment) fund to support the purpose of the foundation

*Carry out other specific requests of the donor as approved by the foundation.

*Provide scholarships to graduating students for further post-secondary training

*Provide and enrich curriculum

*Create a student/teacher grant program for projects outside the normal school curriculum that will enrich the opportunities for the students of Spencerville Schools

This page was last updated 9/12/2018