Impact on Education relies on the support of corporate partners who believe in the potential of all students and understand the importance of strong schools to a strong local economy.

We partner with a variety of businesses who value the opportunity to create lasting impressions with tens of thousands of individuals in Boulder Valley and beyond. Every partner is vital to our success and we are grateful for each of their contributions.

Why partner with Impact on Education

Impact on Education is the foundation supporting all 30,000 students and 4,000 educators of the Boulder Valley School District. Since 1983, we’ve provided supplemental funding and resources to both students and educators to expand what’s possible in education. 

Today, our wide-ranging programs adapt to accommodate the shifting needs of our community. We prioritize programs that benefit students overcoming the greatest obstacles, increase equity among our students, and close opportunity gaps.

Benefits of a Corporate Partnership

Your support of Impact on Education makes a difference and we’ll work closely with you to ensure the community knows you are committed to public education.

Together with our corporate partners, we create opportunities to strengthen brands while building support for public education and meeting the needs of local students and teachers.

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For more information or to discuss ideas for how we could partner with you, please email




A donation to Impact on Education allows us to invest in the 30,000 students and 4,000 educators of the Boulder Valley School District.


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