The Chandler Education Foundation ignites the power of community fundraising
to fuel access, innovation, and excellence within the Chandler Unified School District (CUSD).
With your help, we make a difference.
Through the generosity of our donor community, we fund grants for schools and classrooms. Teachers across the district submit grant applications for tools and resources that drive innovation in CUSD classrooms.
With nearly 44,000 students, life-altering situations can arise. CEF maintains a donor-supported Crisis Fund, aiding students, staff, and families since 2006.
A collaborative effort between Chandler Gilbert Community College, Chandler Unified School District, and the Chandler Education Foundation sends incoming 6th graders, who may have never dreamed of attending college, for a three-week immersive experience on a college campus.
Chandler Education Foundation is proud to provide supplemental funding to support priority initiatives that impact the entire Chandler Unified School District.
In honor of Rich Meseroll, the Coach Mez fund was established to provide financial support to students who need support getting the necessary equipment or fees to participate in extracurricular activities. CUSD staff may nominate CUSD students in need of funds.
Freshman opt-in program for CUSD high school students that supports volunteerism and a commitment to academics throughout a student's high school years.
Scholarship funds available for CUSD educators to gain advanced training and qualification, further enriching the academic excellence within our schools.
Over 100 college scholarship opportunities exist through the generous support of the Chandler Education Foundation community. We are committed to helping CUSD students continue on their learning journey, wherever it may take them.
Made possible through support from its partner Northrup Grumman, the Chandler Education Foundation awarded $5,000 in STEM funding to both Willis and Andersen Junior High Schools.
On Giving Tuesday, every contribution counts, whether monetarily or otherwise. Check out these ways that you can participate in Giving Tuesday.
I want to again thank you for awarding us a grant for geometry materials. The materials have been very beneficial to student learning. It is always challenging to take formulas for surface area and volume of three-dimensional objects and make it meaningful to students. However, when students take apart shapes and see their nets or when they pour water into the shapes to see, for example, that the volume of a cone is just one-third of the volume of a cylinder, it makes learning make sense!
Thank you for supporting our kids!
Ann Marie Filiere ACP Oakland
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