PPIE had another very successful fundraising year in 2013-14. Including the Giving Fund Campaign 2014-2015, event fundraising, and corporate grants, the total financial support to our Pleasanton students totaled $599,000! If you’d like to see more info on how your donation is helping our students, check out the Giving Fund 2014-15 Expenditure Summary Report.
Here’s what we had announced July 2014:
Thanks to the generosity of our community, PPIE raised $445,000 for the Giving Fund that will directly benefit the students of the Pleasanton Unified School District during the 2014-2015 school year.
This amazing show of community support for the Pleasanton schools fell just shy of the organization’s ability to achieve all of the funding goals set forth by the Education Foundation Committee (EFC) last spring. As a result, the PPIE Board of Directors voted to contribute an additional $106,000 from discretionary funds generated through various other fundraising events during the year.
PPIE’s Giving Fund donation to the school district for the 2014-2015 school year totaled $551,000! Please note, this figure does not include the Innovative Education Grant Awards nor the Student Competition Grants. A complete picture of PPIE’s overall contribution to enhancing education in Pleasanton for 2014-2015 will be available shortly.
The EFC also set a non-monetary campaign goal to increase participation at the middle and high school sites. To acknowledge their increased commitment and participation during the campaign, the PPIE Board included $15,500 to be allocated to those schools in the form of a Participation Award.
The following outlines the funding breakdown for the combined Giving Fund/General Fund donation from PPIE that will benefit the elementary, middle and high school levels:
- 28:1 Class Size Reduction for K-TK district-wide (completely funded by PPIE with combined Giving Fund/General Funds at $221,000)
- 1 Chromebook for each of the 230 elementary classrooms district-wide to support the district’s technology plan goal of having a 1:3 device-to-student ratio in every elementary classroom (completely funded by PPIE technology funds at $69,000)
- $95,500 of combined Giving Fund/General Fund monies distributed to schools on a per-pupil basis, with supplements as noted below.
- $68,500 of combined Giving Fund/General Fund monies distributed to the two comprehensive high schools on a per-pupil basis, with supplements as noted below.
- $5,000 distributed to Village/Horizon High School
- $2,000 distributed to the PUSD Special Needs Preschool ($500 per classroom)
- 1 additional Technology Instructional Coach (completely funded by PPIE funds at $90,000)
|Distribution for MS & HS||Hart||Harvest Park||Pleasanton||Amador||Foothill|
|% Raised by Site by Level||28%||56%||16%||77%||23%|
|Supplement to Meet Amount from Site||–||$5,500||–||$1,500||–|
|Total to be given to each Site||$27,500||$38,500||$29,500||$40,000||$28,500|