Kansas City, Kansas School Foundation for Excellence is proud to present the 2021 iBelieve Campaign. The iBelieve campaign is an online donation and payroll deduct-driven fundraising campaign with the goal of raising funds for the upcoming Teacher for Learning and Community Enrichment grants within the Kansas City, Kansas Public School District, along with operations for programs within the Foundation.

Grants provide funds for programs and projects that supplement and align with the District’s strategic plan. Initiatives may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Classroom Supplies/Equipment
  • Professional Development
  • Student Enrichment Activities
  • Community Enrichment Activities

Your gifts, both large and small, will help us to EMPOWER teachers, students, and community partners through funding for Teaching for Learning Grants, Community Enrichment Grants, and other programs and projects supported through the operational costs of the Foundation.

As we continue on and adjust during this difficult time, our teachers, staff and community partners are going to great lengths to ensure that our students succeed, and they deserve our recognition and support. Use the form to the right to make a one-time donation with your debit/credit card or fill out the payroll deduction form using the button below to have your contribution automatically deducted from your paycheck.

Thank you in advance for your generous support that allows us to make a difference in the lives of thousands of people and their families within the Kansas City, Kansas School District each year.

Thank you for considering a gift to Kansas City, Kansas School Foundation for Excellence.

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