We Bridge the Opportunity Gap ... Equipping Our Students to Close the Achievement Gap
The Education Foundation of Bloomington is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the educational experiences of students in Bloomington Public Schools. Our mission is to enhance the learning experience of students in Bloomington Public Schools by acquiring and distributing resources not available through public funding.
NEED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR COLLEGE?
EFB is now accepting applications for college scholarships. Click the thumbnail at left to download a printable copy of the applications.
The DEADLINE for completed applications is MARCH 2 at 3PM
The Education Foundation of Bloomington (EFB) announced the 2017 Scholarship Award recipients on May 23 at Jeffferson High School and on May 30 at Kennedy High School.
The Education Foundation of Bloomington awarded $58,000 in 2017 Senior Scholarships to 54 graduating seniors. These students demonstrated academic excellence, community service, school involvement and financial need. Thanks to the generous support of local businesses, school and community organizations, individuals, and memorials we continue our tradition of honoring our high school graduates.
2 – Deadline for Scholarship
14 – EFB Board of Directors Mtg.,
ESC Room 601
22 – Jefferson Awards Ceremony
25 – Deadline for Prodigy Award
29 – Kennedy Awards Ceremony,
20 – EFB Board of Directors Mtg.,
ESC Room 601
25 – Chip In for Schools Golf
Classic, Fundraiser, Dwan GC
2017 ANNUAL REPORT
In fiscal year 2017 the Foundation raised $183,000 in contribution income and increased program giving by 69%. Check out our annual report to see how we put your generosity to work in our schools. Click the thumbnail above to view our annual report.
CHIP IN FOR SCHOOLS GOLF CLASSIC RECAP
The Education Foundation of Bloomington hosted its largest fundraiser of the year in July. The day included golfing, contests, awards and barbecue dinner. The EFB raised more than $50,000 to improve and change the educational experience of our Bloomington public school students. Thank you to over 34 generous sponsors, 130 golfers, and the many who contributed making it a successful and fun day!
HERITAGE DAYS PARADE BOOK DRIVE
More than 1,500 books were collected and distributed to children of all ages during Bloomington’s 2017 Heritage Days Parade in mid September.
What is the EFB's Role
in the Community?
Watch the short video, at right,
to learn more about the
positive impact the
Education Foundation of Bloomington
has on public school students
in the community.
Click the links below to learn
more about each program.
The foundation awards scholarships to qualified high school seniors to help finance their first year of college or technical training.
These awards, sponsored by former Bloomington Public Schools teacher Patrick Porter, recognize superb teamwork that improves the educational environment within Bloomington Public Schools.
Children's Food for Thought provides school lunches for students who would otherwise go without.
The EFB's largest fundraiser raised more than $50,000 to improve and change the educational experience of students in Bloomington Public Schools. This year's event will be held on July 25 at Dwan GC.
Innovation Grants and Student Success Stipends enhance classroom learning experiences and enable students to participate in learning and educational programs.
To learn more about the Education Foundation of Bloomington, please contact the EFB by completing the contact form below.
Please consider supporting our Bloomington students in need with a donation to the Education Foundation of Bloomington, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Mail: Education Foundation of Bloomington
2575 W. 88th Street Bloomington, MN 55431