Avoid the Call - Donate early to enter our drawing!

Each November, the Mountain View Educational Foundation (MVEF) conducts a phone-a-thon. The phone-a-thon is an opportunity to ask parents to donate and to let them know about the many ways MVEF-funded programs reach every child in the district, including...

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  • Art classes 
  • Music instruction
  • Recess and playground programs
  • Hands-on science materials
  • Leadership & Resilience Programs

In the middle schools: 

  • After-school sports
  • Extended-day electives like Jazz Band, Destination Imagination, GMS TV, CMS TV and more
  • Pilot Program for 8th Grade Trip to Yosemite

Do you already know about MVEF?  Would you like to avoid the phone-a-thon call? Donate before October 31, and we'll take your name off the list!  To thank you for being an early-bird donor, we'll also enter your name in a raffle for an Apple iPad Mini. Donate online or pick up an envelope in your school office. 

2014 MVEF Home Tour raises more than $7,000

The 2014 MVEF Home Tour was held on September 28. Thanks to Home Tour Chair Peter Darrah, the families who generously opened their homes, and more than 150 attendees, almost $7,500 was raised.  We are especially grateful to the home tour sponsors for their support:  Tori Ann Atwell, Nancy Adele Stuhr, Kim Copher, Dave Keefe, Plateau Building Group, and Michael Galli.  If you have a chance, please thank these individuals and businesses for their support of our public schools. 

MVEF celebrates 30 years of supporting our schools 

MVEF was incorporated in 1984, and we are celebrating 30 years of supporting our schools!  Please watch our two-minute MicroDocumentary and scroll down for information about our early-bird donor raffle and links to both Spanish and English versions of our 2014-15 flyer

2014-15 Flyers Available in English and Spanish 

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The Mountain View Educational Foundation works collaboratively with the community to raise funds for essential programs with a goal of ensuring a well-rounded education for all Mountain View Whisman School District students.