On Giving Tuesday, help our students dream bigger. Click below to join the effort.
The District 214 Education Foundation is a nonprofit arm of District 214 supporting innovation, student success and lifelong learning beyond our normal operating budget.
At a time when nearly thirty percent of District students lives in poverty and the future of state funding is uncertain, the Foundation creates and enhances partnerships and engagement opportunities that ensure we continue to position every student for success.
The District 214 Education Foundation replaced the former Community Education Foundation, presenting the first formal 501(c)(3) opportunity to support big-picture student and lifelong learner needs across the District. In a single year, contributions have been used to provide programming to students who will become the first in their family to attend college; fund Advanced Placement tests for students who cannot afford them; bolster the business dreams of standout entrepreneurial students; and award scholarships to seniors demonstrating college and career readiness.
Gifts to the Foundation have the potential to impact 12,000 students across six nationally recognized comprehensive high schools and four programs of specialized learning, as well as integral Community Education programming like adult and family literacy and the Catherine M. Lee Women’s and Children’s Center, which impact generations through education.
District 214 has been part of the community for 100 years. Please join us as we move enthusiastically into the next century. We believe the best way to empower our schools and our communities is to come together with the recognition that we are all part of something greater than ourselves, and the knowledge that, working together, we can make a difference.
To make a gift, please contact the Foundation Office at 847-718-7708 or email@example.com.