The Gloucester Education Foundation drives innovation, encourages creativity, expands student opportunities and empowers educators to strengthen teaching and learning in the Gloucester Public School District.

FOR DONORS

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

The Gloucester Education Foundation provides our community with a tangible way to have an impact on our schools through donations to GEF, which we then convert into grants for innovative programs and enriching experiences for Gloucester’s children.

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FOR EDUCATORS

APPLY FOR GRANTS

Grant applications are encouraged for programs/projects that promote innovation, provide enrichment, promote community collaboration and foster Increased student achievement.

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GEF’S IMPACT

GEF PROGRAMS

Since 2005, GEF has brought more than $6 million to the Gloucester Public Schools for innovative programs that inspire students and empower educators.

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ABOUT GEF

ABOUT GEF

GEF is a local non-profit that serves as an innovative thought partner of the Gloucester Public School System.  We encourage teachers to think big about what could be possible and we look for ways to expand learning opportunities for students.

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GEF FACEBOOK FEED

Today is Giving Tuesday, 2019! Your gift to the Gloucester Education Foundation brings new initiatives and programs that inspire a love of learning in Gloucester's students and engage children of all ages in exciting educational opportunities that would not otherwise be available.

Please consider making a gift that makes a difference for the children in our community, at thinkthebest.org/for-donors/
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Gloucester Education Foundation is proud to present our first graduating class of students. For a little over 12 years, GEF has raised more than $8M for programs within Gloucester Schools.

Join us, and choose Gloucester Schools! #wechoosegloucesterschools #thinkthebest #lifelonglearners
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A short film about how the Gloucester Education Foundation impacts the students of Gloucester Public Schools.

Featuring students who entered Kindergarten when the GEF made its first grants, and who graduated from GHS this year.
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