Paul Knudsen

Let's Show Buena Vista and John O'Connell Teachers some love with classroom supplies and more*

Paul Knudsen's fundraiser for SAN FRANCISCO EDUCATION FUND

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Thank a Teacher Today at Buena Vista

My goal is to raise $2,400 to thank teachers at Buena Vista at Horace Mann and John O'Connell High

Did you know that most of SF teachers spend money out of their own pockets to buy classroom supplies?! Did you also know that one in three new teachers leaves the profession within just three years? One of the reasons teachers leave is they don't feel appreciated. I want to change that! I am trying to raise $1,200 to sponsor each school -- Buena Vista at Horace Mann (the school on my block) and John O'Connell (the high school 3 blocks away) for the Thank a Teacher Today campaign.

With your help, classroom supplies, a gift basket, notes of thanks and a discount program will be delivered to the schools this May. Funds raised will also help provide teacher professional development and classroom volunteers. Please help me reach my fundraising goal by making a contribution today. If you can't donate you can still help 1) click the share button and tell your friends about the campaign and 2) Visit ThankaTeacherToday.org and post a note to a teacher or sign up to deliver gifts. Thanks for your support! Teachers deserve the love!


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Organization Information

SAN FRANCISCO EDUCATION FUND
727 GOLDEN GATE AVE SECOND FLOOR
Second Floor SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102

Phone
(415) 749-3700

Email
info@sfedfund.org

Mission
The San Francisco Education Fund leverages human and financial capital to ensure that every student graduates ready for college and career.

EIN 941592822

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$2,740 raised of $2,400 goal
$0 $2,400
($1,520 online, $1,220 offline)
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