11.25.21

A Serving Of Gratitude

We think our supporters are ALL THAT and a side of potatoes. This Thanksgiving, the children, families, and staff at Education Success Foundation are sending them -

  • A hefty serving of happiness... for helping bring whole-family supports to 2,400 households. 94% of family goals were reached!
  •  A ladleful of warm wishes... for championing special education and year-round learning for students grades K-12. 100% graduation across our programs!
  • The biggest scoop of gratitude...for investing in education. We passed the halfway mark of our ambitious Possibilities of Tomorrow Campaign!
  • The sweetest slice of seasonal cheer... for spreading hope this holiday season. Families we serve are celebrating together, connected with resources, building relationships with their schools, and seeing their children achieve.

    The road ahead is uphill, our community's students have lost a lot, but your giving ensures children and families throughout our community enjoy a bountiful harvest of successful school experiences, hands-on opportunities, and wraparound supports.

We couldn't be more grateful for our supporters and thankful for: 

Friends, new & old

 @ Education Success Foundation

From Book Fairies and Back2School Blitz, to launching our Navigator beer with Heroes Brewing Company, Honor Roll Society Celebrations, to record-breaking golf fundraisers- we are grateful for new relationships and lasting friendships that support learning for our community's students.

Holiday cheer for Rochester teens

 @ EnCompass: Resources for Learning

Thanks to community support, 300 EnCompass Future Ready teens will receive their holiday wishes! Many students told us the gift they received last year was the first gift they had received in years. Teens are often forgotten during holiday gift drives and we are changing that!

Hands-on learning opportunities!

 @ The Norman Howard School

This fall Norman Howard School students have pressed apples and enjoyed handcrafted cider, explored Latin culture and created sugar skulls, and traversed the region with stops at the Chimney Bluffs, Genesee Country Village Nature Center, Ellison Park, and Seneca Lake!

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