How do you want to impact our community today?
Through instructional technology for the classroom, field trips exploring the arts, mentor training, books to build students’ home libraries or grants for a diverse collection of teacher or campus-driven initiatives?
Through SBISD's groups and organizations?
Support any of SBISD’s groups or organizations that use SBEF as a vehicle for tax-deductible gifts.
The Making Our Schools Better campaign is one of our widest-reaching efforts, supporting our teachers and helping our students achieve their potential and maximize their growth.
By making a donation to the Making Our Schools Better campaign, you contribute to student success in myriad ways. These are just a few examples:
- Student/Mentor relationships build self-confidence.
- Scholarships (105 last year) jump-start collegiate success.
- J. Landon Short Mini-Grants help teachers transform teaching.
- Flexible classroom seating facilitates individual learning styles.
- STEAM Leadership Academy emphasizes science, technology, engineering, art and math.
- Technology helps students master math and reading.
- The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum offers a peek into cultures from around the world.
- Students receive new grade-level books for home libraries.
Through providing school supplies for economically disadvantaged students so they have the tools necessary for learning when they start a new school year?
For the 2018-19 school year, the School Supply Project provided supplies for every economically disadvantaged student in every SBISD Title 1 elementary school. This year, we would like to help students in all Title 1 schools.
Through scholarships for graduating seniors?
Spring Branch Education Foundation awarded $158,150 in scholarships to 111 seniors from SBISD’s Class of 2019. You can donate to the general scholarship fund, to the Employee Campaign for children of SBISD employees who graduate from an SBISD school or create a named scholarship.
General Scholarship Fund
SBEF Employee Campaign
To create a named scholarship, call the SBEF office at 713.251.2381 to make arrangements.
Through gifts that support teachers and students for generations to come?
Gifts to SBEF’s Fund for the Future Endowment are invested and never spent. They generate interest income that supports SBEF programs today and for years to come.
Through your estate plans? We invite you to join our Legacy Circle.
By becoming part of SBEF’s Legacy Circle, you are joining others who are making long-term investments in our children’s future. When you make SBEF part of your financial and estate plans, you support students and education-enhancing programs for current and future generations.
Call us at 713.251.2381 to schedule a meeting to discuss your estate plans.