August 22, 2017

The Alachua County Education Foundation’s Find It Fund It Campaign kicked off on August 7th, and we are delighted to partner with them to spread the word about Find it Fund It. This interactive online portal for the Alachua County Public Schools allows teachers to post classroom needs, up to $1,500. When requests have been submitted and approved by the Education Foundation, teachers from our elementary, middle and high schools do their part by promoting their projects on social media and other outlets. Projects range from providing supplies for STEM projects to helping fund trips to competitions to purchasing curriculum materials for innovative classroom experiences—all the things that enrich our students’ learning.
Starting August 7 th and continuing through September 30 th (or until funds run out) any project that receives 50% of its funding from an outside source will receive matching funds from the Education Foundation.
Let’s help our teachers reach their goal to help our kids. Visit to see a list of projects by school, teacher and need. No donation is too small to make a difference. And when you make a donation, let us know so we can share it on our channels. Together we can help make this year one of the best for our students!
For more information about the Alachua County Education Foundation and Find It Fund it, visit:
The Gainesville Chamber is committed to engaging our business community to help provide the best possible education and training opportunities for our most precious asset—our children. With initiatives like The Alachua County Education Compact (ACEC), the community is mobilizing around education to better prepare students for higher education and sustainable careers.
The Alachua County Education Foundation’s primary mission is to invest in the future of Alachua County students. This not-for-profit philanthropic organization was founded in 1986 and is comprised of community leaders devoted to helping our kids succeed.
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