“These businesses are champions to us because they provide the strong financial base that enables the foundation to continue to provide much-needed programs to students and teachers over a 5-year period,” said Megan Smith, Kane Education Foundation’s executive director.
For the past 15 months, the Kane Education Foundation has focused on delivering programs in counseling for students; gifted and talented programs; preschool; science, technology, engineering, and math education; career and technical education; and teacher development.
The Kane Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and contributions to the Kane Education Foundation are tax-deductible. Charitable contributions support the delivery of the foundation’s programs and services. Over 95 percent of the foundation’s income comes from contributions from individuals and businesses.
More information about the Kane Education Foundation is available at kaneeducationfoundation.org.