Thank you to OnPoint Community Credit Union’s for an amazing, much-needed and much-appreciated $25,000 gift.
Their generosity is helping Schoolhouse Supplies surpass our original goal of distributing 20,000 At-Home Learning Kits. An additional nearly 3,000 kits are already in the hands of local students and more are on the way. Without this support, we would not be able to respond so effectively to our school partners and their families. In addition, we are able to purchase new product that we typically would not be able to provide at this time of year.
Even as we look ahead to the next school year, OnPoint is helping us meet the urgent and unprecedented need right now.
Lucas Houck, Teacher, Corbett Middle School – 2018 Winner of the OnPoint Prize for Excellence in Education – OnPoint Community Credit Union K-8 Educator of the Year In his own words: “The thing that drew me to education, and will keep me teaching… Read more »
Thanks to the generosity of Safeway customers and OnPoint Community Credit Union members, thousands more children in schools in Oregon and SW Washington are receiving brand new school supplies. This is a critical time of year for many classrooms, supplies… Read more »
Thank you to the hundreds of individuals and businesses who participated in the Schoolhouse Supplies fundraising appeal and the KGW School Supply Drive this summer. Your back-to-school donations are already benefiting the 65,000 children whose teachers can visit our Free… Read more »
There is an alarming opportunity gap in our schools. Low income children and students of color disproportionately face barriers to academic achievement. Schoolhouse Supplies works to remove a barrier to success by ensuring each student has the school supplies they… Read more »
This week, thousands more school children in Oregon and SW Washington will benefit from the generosity of Safeway customers and OnPoint Community Credit Union members. Brand new school supplies – including 189,072 pencils and 11,640 glue sticks – are arriving… Read more »
Thanks to the generosity of 27 local businesses and organizations, 10,403 low-income students in four school districts received school-supply-filled backpacks at the beginning of the school year. 20 high-need schools in Portland and Hillsboro were each sponsored by one or… Read more »
Over the past two school years, fifty schools, with 23,500 young students, in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas Counties were selected based on need to participate in the FamilyCare Music Education Initiative in partnership with Schoolhouse Supplies. These schools received a generous… Read more »