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What's New awards MVEF $125,000 for local impact and equitable education, Google’s philanthropic arm, has awarded the Mountain View Education Foundation (MVEF) a $125,000 grant to fund equitable science enrichment for the TK-8 students in the Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD). 

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What's New

MVEF is honored to receive a $100,000 grant from, Google’s philanthropic arm, to support California Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for students in MVWSD.


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Last year

MVEF granted $753,570 to the district in the 2020-21 school year.  MVEF is grateful to live in a community where education is supported and valued. Thank you parents and community partners like Linked In, Google, and the Tides Foundation.

Watch here to hear MVWSD teachers and staff share their appreciation for donors like you!

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(updated Jan 20, 2023)

Fundraising Status


Thanks to the hard work of MVEF volunteers and the generosity of our donors and corporate sponsors, we've already raised 74% of our ambitious 2022-23 goal of $1.2 MM!

Thank you to all of the volunteers and donors who have contributed to this incredible momentum!

About MVEF


The Mountain View Educational Foundation is a volunteer-driven non-profit that brings essential programs to all eleven Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD) schools. Public funding is not enough! We raise critical funds that the government does not provide, ensuring a competitive, well-rounded education.

MVEF aims to raise $1,200,000 this school year (2022-23) in order to fund our art, music, environmental science, middle school sports, clubs and teacher stipends and Reduced Class Sizes by continuing to fund one additional English Language Arts Teacher for each MVWSD middle school for each middle school next school year, 2022-23.

Over 75% of our funding comes from parents! These programs exist only with your generous support.

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Our Programs


What MVEF will fund in 2022-23:

  • Music and Art: 

    • Weekly classes by CSMA for TK-5th 

    • Instrument purchases and repair

  • Science:

    • Living Classroom instruction and hands-on plant science lessons for TK-6th grade

    • Environmental science education with field trips in the 4th and 5th grade

  • Reduced Class Sizes

    • One additional English Language Arts Teacher for each MVWSD middle school

  • Middle School Sports and Electives:

    • Interscholastic athletics including coaches, referees, and transportation to competitions

    • Teacher Stipends and support for Clubs 


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