Bucyrus Education Foundation can benefit from #Giving2sday
The Bucyrus Education Foundation will participate in the 2018 #Giving2sday event, in cooperation with the Community Foundation for Crawford County, Tuesday, Nov. 27.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for the Bucyrus Education Foundation to benefit from not only the generosity of our donors, but also that of the Community Foundation,” Bucyrus Superintendent Kevin Kimmel said. “We hope all those interested in helping the Bucyrus City School District’s relentless pursuit of success will make a contribution to the Foundation during #Giving2sday.”
Throughout the course of a school year, the Education Foundation awards Mini-Grants to teachers and administrators, which are used to enhance the classroom experience of students in the Bucyrus City Schools. The Bucyrus Education Foundation awarded more than $7,000 in Mini-Grants in 2018 to help enhance the educational experience for Bucyrus students.
“Many of our teachers utilize the Mini-Grants to purchase equipment, books and other supplies needed to deliver a quality education to the students of our district,” Kimmel said. “We hope Redmen supporters will come out in force to help the Education Foundation continue providing the dollars needed for our teachers and students.”
#Giving2sday contributions will be accepted at The Community Foundation for Crawford County office, 254 E. Mansfield St., on Tuesday, November 27 or you can give your donations to any Bucyrus Education Foundation committee member. For cash donations, we ask that you submit your donation and specify “Bucyrus City Schools Endowment Fund” with your contribution.
Please ensure that donations by check are made payable to The Community Foundation for Crawford County with “Bucyrus City Schools Endowment Fund” in the memo line. If donations are mailed, checks need to be dated November 27. Donations may also be made on-line at https://cfcrawford.networkforgood.com/projects/62913-bucyrus-city-schools-s-fundraiser.