Home

Excellence in Education - 25th Anniversary Dinner

Thank You!

On behalf of HEF’s Excellence in Education 25th Anniversary Dinner Committee, Board of Directors and staff, we wish to thank all of our amazing and generous sponsors listed below for their support of public schools through this event!! What a fantastic evening on October 10th with nearly 400 people in attendance celebrating HEF’s 25th Anniversary and honoring our friend, Dr. Stewart Roberson. It is so exciting to see the incredible support that our community has for our public schools in Henrico County.

Our official tally of sponsorships and donations for HEF’s Excellence in Education 25th Anniversary Dinner is $256,900! That will have a HUGE impact on our schools!

Latest News

Teacher Scholarship from the Gamma Chi chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma educator sorority

January 21, 2020

Download more information including the application.

[Note:  This is not a HEF scholarship; please follow instructions for applying to the organization directly.]

HEF is Hiring a Development Manager

December 26, 2019

 

The Henrico Education Foundation, Inc. (HEF) is seeking an enthusiastic fundraising professional who believes strong schools make strong communities. HEF’s mission is to strengthen public education by advancing innovative programs and initiatives designed to improve student achievement. Through a dynamic public-private partnership with Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) – the sixth largest school division …

Something’s fishy with this school field trip

December 4, 2019

HEF is collaborating with Dominion Energy, Chesapeake Bay Trust and HCPS Elementary Instruction to offer a James River environmental trip for 10 high need schools.  The video depicts Glen Lea Elementary 5th graders’ experience.

Extended Day students from Glen Lea Elementary participated in Lego League competition

November 19, 2019
Glen Lea extended day students

Eight Extended Day students at Glen Lea Elementary School participated in the First Lego League competition on Sunday at Maggie Walker High School. Students from across Virginia came together to innovate and solve problems. They were inspired, and demonstrated their creativity, and hope for a stronger, more sustainable future. Glen Lea parents showed their support …

James River excursion teaches students about their environment

October 24, 2019
HIghland Springs ES at Presquile Wildlife Refuge

“Thank you, HEF, for providing 5th grade Highland Springs Elementary students with the amazing experience at Presquile Wildlife Refuge.  Not only did my students engage in learning about the James River, they partook of the peace that nature brings. The experience rejuvenated my class and built us closer as a team and that is invaluable.”

Permanent link to this article: https://henricogives.org/