We offer many opportunities to work with Corporations and Foundations.
We need your commitment to fully embrace STEM at Kaiser Woodland Schools. Will you help?
- Do you work for a company with more than 50 employees?
- Does your employer provide grant matching opportunities? Check here!
- Do you work in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field?
What type of contributions can your organization make?
- Annual Matching Fund
Designate a lump sum that can be used for our Spring matching program. The goal of the campaign will be to “match” the lump sum with personal donations made over a period of time.
- Project-Based Donation
Interested in supporting a particular project based on a skill set of your organization? We have big plans and need your help! Robotics is on the horizon along with computer programming and data presentation. Inquire today!
- In-Kind Gifts of Technology or Software
It is easy to make a gift-in-kind donation to the school. Such gifts can make the difference between an adequate and an exceptional classroom or laboratory.
- Support for Staff Positions
With new technology, staff positions are often created to support the technology so that teachers can continue to focus on core curriculum.
- Matching Gift Programs
Setting up a matching gift program at your corporation allows employees to leverage their support for the Kaiser Woodland Schools.
- Scholarship Fund
Help our students prepare for higher learning with a gift to our scholarship fund. Two students are awarded a gift annually to help with books and other school expenses.
- Annual Matching Fund
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We are a 501(c)(3) We Love STEM. All donations are 100% tax-deductible. Federal Tax ID# 27-3062977.
Do you, a family member, or friend work in a STEM field? Science, technology, engineering, or math?
Does your company offer a matching grant program?
Does your company offer STEM-base grants?
Could your company donate materials for STEM projects
If your answer is ‘yes’ or even ‘maybe’ to any of these questions, please contact us to learn more.
Elementary students who are exposed to STEM education are better equipped to adapt to the changing landscape of our world. As KWSF seeks to support our diverse student population, help from corporations and foundations is invaluable.
Many of the STEM jobs of the future haven’t yet been imagined. What if our local graduates became front-runners in new fields that impact our future? What if they help develop these new fields of study? Wouldn’t that be amazing?
STEM offers students a new way of learning that influences their lives forever. Project-based hands-on learning is the way of the future. It teaches students how to communicate, work as a team, overcome mistakes, and much more.