Season of Giving
Faculty & Staff
As an employee of Henrico County Public Schools, you believe in helping students succeed in learning and in life. As teachers, staff and administrators, you know first-hand the joy, and satisfaction that comes from watching students gain the knowledge and skills that will last a lifetime. It is a natural extension of your commitment to students, to support what you love.
Employee gifts are a powerful endorsement and motivator to the Henrico community. It tells the community that those who know HCPS best are willing to devote not only their time and talent, but also their financial support. When you give to the Henrico Education Foundation, you, your students, your school, and your community benefits. This giving campaign is a partnership between teachers, district employees and the Henrico Education Foundation to make a lasting impact and foster greater student success.
Our sincerest gratitude to HCPS staff, for your professional work commitment to the district and students, and also for choosing to further support our kids through a charitable donation. We thank you!
By becoming a Henrico Education Foundation partner, you’ll impact families across Henrico County, during this challenging time and beyond.
In the past year, HEF has:
Collaborated with HCPS and other community partners to address food insecurity, family financial relief and technology supporting 4,340 students and parents
Assisted School Nutrition in their effort to distribute 400,000+ meals
Supported the delivery of 8,000 weekend food packs during April, May and June
Made 400 one-time family stipends available to assist with rent, food, childcare and other critical needs
Provided 650 pre-K - 12th grade students with reliable internet access
Made virtual instruction training possible for 4,255 teachers, principals and administrators
Sustained 16 innovative school projects through $122,320 grant funds impacting 26,708 students and teachers
Created an Early Learning community partnership that has supported the enrollment of 110 preschool students in quality pre-K programming in Henrico County
Created a Regional collaboration in Early Learning that supports an additional 75 students in Richmond City and Chesterfield County in quality pre-K programing
Enrolled 30 private Early Learning sites and 157 Early Educators in a quality improvement program through a $525,000 3 year grant that impacts more than 2,700 early learners