Staff Spotlight: Matt Tebo

Our new Program Manager, Matt Tebo will oversee programmatic initiatives, investments, and evaluation, while working to strengthen our longstanding partnership with the Boulder Valley School District and other partners.

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Increasing mental health support for students most affected by the Marshall Fire

Impact on Education is actively seeking funding to facilitate hiring four additional Mental Health Advocates to be deployed in the BVSD schools most impacted by the Marshall Fire.

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How BVSD Community Liaisons support families in need

This month we placed over $50,000 of assistance into the hands of community liaisons, those who work most closely with BVSD students and families in financial need.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Cindy Arbuthnot

Cindy has worked for Premier Members Credit Union for over 32 years. She specializes in reporting and analytics that support their portfolio department and is often the first to raise her hand to support the strong partnership the bank has with IOE.

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Five ways we are supporting Marshall Fire recovery for the BVSD community

Thanks to a generous outpouring of support, we’ve raised over $700,000 through our Critical Needs Fund to support BVSD students and staff. Find out how we’re using these funds to help the community right now.

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Crocs to donate 30,000 pairs of shoes to the BVSD community

We’re excited to share that Crocs, the Broomfield-based maker of innovative casual footwear, has committed to providing a new pair of Crocs shoes to every student, educator and staff member within the Boulder Valley School District.

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How our Critical Needs Fund will support the BVSD community

The outpouring of support from the community is uplifting to see, and we’re incredibly grateful to the 800 donors that helped us raise $500,000. The funds will directly support the immediate needs, long-term recovery, and mental health of BVSD students and staff.

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Responding to the Marshall Fire

So far we’ve raised over $200,000 from over 400 supporters through our Critical Needs Fund. These dollars are already being deployed to fund the distribution of backpacks, headphones and school supplies to nearly 600 students at 22 affected schools in BVSD.

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How We Invested in Education in 2021

Students and educators need mental health support, targeted tutoring, and access to academic opportunities. Here’s a look at how we invested in public education this year.

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Since 1983, we’ve provided supplemental funding and resources to students and educators in order to expand what’s possible in education. Our programs and investments help ensure students who are facing the greatest barriers to success have access to the same learning opportunities as their peers.

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