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Volunteer Opportunities

We are always looking for volunteers to serve on the Foundation Board of Trustees or assist with fundraising activities. If you are interested in giving of your time and talent in support of the mission of the Benjamin Foundation, please contact us at the number below.

Benjamin Foundation

Save the Date!

Come Have Some Fun!

Monster Dash --NOTE LOCATION CHANGE

 

 Fall Fest

Sunday, October 19

 

 

                            Monster Dash:  Glasshagel Park on St. Charles Road at Morton Road

Race on the trail around Heritage Lake

Registration 8:15 a.m., Race 9:00 a.m.  

Prizes awarded for top finishers in each age

 

Fall FestEvergreen Elementary

                                        Costume Parade at 12:00 p.m.

                                         Followed by Trunk or Treating, Games, Bake Sale,

                                         Food Concessions, Crafts, Pie Throwing

                                         Rat Race Obstacle Bounce and Train Ride

 

     Look for the flyer to come home or in the Evergreen Newsletter to order your

Ultimate Unlimited Wristband in advance.

     

 

 

 All proceeds benefit the Benjamin District 25 Foundation for Educational Excellence.

 

 

The Benjamin School District 25 Foundation for Educational Excellence is an Illinois nonprofit charitable organization founded in 2000 to enhance the quality of education in Benjamin School District 25. Though the Benjamin Foundation works closely with the School Board, it is independent from the school district and is governed by a volunteer board of trustees who are business leaders, parents and community leaders.

Donation Form

 

 YOUR TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION WILL BE USED TO ENHANCE OUR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS THROUGH:

-  CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT
-  T
ECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMMENT

The Benjamin Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization.
Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Benjamin Foundation Goals

The Benjamin Foundation will foster and strengthen partnerships between the schools and the local business and corporate community.

• Funds will be used to enhance and enrich the educational opportunities for students beyond the normal limits of the School District’s operating budget.

• Funds will be used for materials and equipment that may be needed to assist in integrating technology into school learning, teaching and communication.

• The Benjamin Foundation will encourage educational excellence through creative teaching and faculty development.