Chandler Education Foundation invests community support into educational opportunities, paving the way to lifelong success for CUSD students. With your help, we make a difference.
Our annual golf tournament is a fantastic way to support our schools! Learn more!
Invest in Education! Our annual #CashForClassrooms campaign gives learning a boost and supports excellence in our classrooms.
Through the generosity of our donor community, we fund grants for schools and classrooms.
Freshman opt-in program for CUSD high school students. Volunteerism and a commitment to academics are essential to program participation.
Supporting lifelong learning for district teachers equals an investment in the students they serve. Scholarships for teachers or CUSD staff wishing to become educators now available.
Cash or Car? Which would you choose?! Our Winner's Choice Raffle brings a whole lot of joy to no only the winner, but also to students across the district who receive scholarships from this campaign.
Over 100 college scholarship opportunities exist through the Foundation. We are committed to helping CUSD students continue on their learning journey.
In honor of Rich Meseroll, this fund was established to provide opportunities to students who may need a little extra help in order to participate in extracurricular events. CUSD staff may nominate CUSD students in need of funds.
November - January of each year, Subaru Superstore of Chandler and Subaru of America will donate up to $500 to the Foundation during their Share the Love event.
Even if you care about a cause, how can you ensure you're a good fit for the position? Here are some ideas to help you find the right fit for volunteering.
Recent studies have shown how volunteering with people or a cause you care about can actually mitigate depression and anxiety issues. Here's how.
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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