The Beverly Education Foundation’s annual drive promotes the honoring of “teachers” to include all exemplary educators who have made a positive difference in the life of a Beverly student. Funds raised go directly to fund teacher/parent grants.
$12,116 awarded for grants funding in 2018.
The Beverly Education Foundation awards competitive Teacher/Parent Grants annually which benefit a significant number of students while demonstrating innovation and collaboration among educators.
Cummings Properties Awards Grant
The Beverly Education Foundation was awarded a $15,000 Special Interest Grant from Cummings Properties to support education initiatives in Beverly Public Schools.
The Beverly Education Foundation is an independent nonprofit corporation that stimulates excellence in the Beverly Public Schools by awarding grants for projects that support the curriculum and professional development for educators, by funding innovative initiatives in teaching and learning, by raising the profile of public education in Beverly and by helping to ensure equal access to education for all students.
Beverly Education Foundation hosted Bill Cummings, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author, as our distinguished speaker Monday evening at the state-of-the-art Beverly Middle School. Also, we were thrilled to have some very special guests, helpers, and exhibitors from our Beverly Public Schools community that night! Thank you to all!read more
The Beverly Education Foundation accepted a generous $2,500 donation from Beverly Bank to support public education:
Beverly Bank is ecstatic to help the Beverly Education Foundation, a nonprofit tax-exempt corporation dedicated to enriching, enhancing, and supporting Beverly’s public education system once again this year.read more
The Beverly Education Foundation is pleased to announce it has made a $15,000 donation to support the 1:1 Laptop Learning Initiative at Beverly High School which provides every student with a laptop through a lease program. In 2010, Beverly High School was one of the first school districts in Massachusetts to implement a one to one learning initiative where all students would have access to a laptop regardless of financial resources.read more