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2021-22 Community Partners

Impact on Education relies on the support of community partners who, like us, believe in the potential of all students and understand the importance of strong schools to a strong local economy. We rely on these partnerships to fuel our mission. When everyone gets involved to support public education, we can implement lasting change and strengthen the entire Boulder Valley community.

Thank you to the following community partners who are supporting our work this year.

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For information about how you can support equity in Boulder Valley schools or how you can join us as a community partner, please contact us.

SUPPORT EQUITY IN BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOLS

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.

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

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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Convening Parent Leaders for the Benefit of all Students

Attendees gained a deeper understanding of the School District’s strategic direction, the role of Impact on Education and the ways that other parent groups are supporting their schools.

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31 Preschoolers Learned Key Skills this Summer

This year’s Summer Shuffle program prepared 31 preschoolers for BVSD classrooms by teaching them literacy, numeracy and executive functioning skills.

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Raising Funds to Support Students Heading Back to School

On August 20 at our annual gala, Together We Climb, we raised nearly $250,000 to support our local public schools.

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11,000 Students Receive Supplies for School

Students and educators are excited to return to classrooms this week, and we’re proud to help ensure every student is equipped for success.

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What I Know Now: Yancey Spruill, CEO DigitalOcean

Yancey shares insights from his professional journey from engineer to Wall Street to working in technology, the benefits flexibility brings to work and learning, and his perspective on issues of race and class.

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