Educate Fairfax works to support all FCPS schools and programs. As a 501(c) 3 non-profit, we pass along 100% of the funds raised to you. We also handle donor recognition and can supply you with a list of donor names.
Educate Fairfax can facilitate online or text-to-give fundraising campaigns for specific projects or programs at schools. We will support fundraising activities that expressly benefit FCPS students and staff.
- Special events
- Alumni giving or reunion campaigns
- Class Gifts
- A dedicated donation link for school (can be featured in publications such as newsletters, even programs, graduation materials, etc.)
Grant Application Assistance
Along with the FCPS Grants Development Office, Educate Fairfax is available to assist FCPS teachers, administrators and support personnel in seeking grant opportunities for programs. If a grant opportunity that you are seeking requires the grant to be paid to a 501c3 non-profit, perhaps we can assist you.
Click here for more information on how we can help with external grant applications
Each spring, we solicit applications for innovative teacher grants. All grade levels are welcome to apply for funding for projects that incorporate workforce development and align with FCPS Portrait of a Graduate outcomes.
Our 2021-2022 grant cycle awarded 73 grants for a total of $96,000.
Click here for more information on our Teacher Grant program and to see a list of this year's recipients.
Our Impact on FCPS
Since 2011, we have raised millions of dollars to support FCPS, schools, students and staff.
We work to harness the support of individual and corporate donors within our community to benefit projects and programs across the county.
We can also help individual schools raise funds or apply for grants within our scope of work.
See below for some examples of our fundraising efforts in action!
Judith Diesenhaus Campaign
Judith was a long-time FCPS librarian with a passion for sharing her love of reading. Donations in her name funded an online audiobook collection that can be accessed by all FCPS high school students.
Robinson HS Class of 1999
In celebration of their 20th reunion, the Robinson class of 1999 donated to an existing scholarship fund in memory of a beloved classmate and friend.
Lemon Road Lions Den
With the return of students in the spring of 2021, Lemon Road ES wanted a safe space for students to gather. Donations went towards outfitting an outdoor space for socializing.