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CLICK HERE TO DONATE Hurricane Matthew’s powerful winds and pelting rains hammered large areas in North Carolina causing record-breaking flooding, especially in some of the state’s poorest communities. The North Carolina Foundation for Public School Children has established a Hurricane Matthew Disaster … Continue reading
Maria, a 3rd grader, sits in her classroom suffering from a severe case of eczema. Her single mom lost her job a month ago and can no longer afford the medicated cream Maria needs. Carlos, an active 5th grader, has … Continue reading
We receive Thank You notes from some of the students your donations help. Here are two of them…
We want to give a shout out to NC public SCHOOL NURSES! Many requests we receive to help students come from school nurses. Today our Executive Director spent a good part of the day working with a school nurse who … Continue reading
In just a few weeks, we’ll be giving away $5,000 in CASH! We’re also giving away $2,500, $1,000 or ten $100 cash prizes! Only $5 will get your name in the drawing. Even better $20 will get your name in the … Continue reading
Made possible by a NCFPSC Parent Involvement Grant, Forest Hills High School Teacher Cadet and FTA students are hosting the first ever “Bring Your Parents To School Day!” All Forest Hills parents are invited to attend first block classes with … Continue reading
Learn more about Teacher Cadet here.
Your gifts and support are changing the lives of North Carolina’s public school children. Eduardo does not have insurance. His mother works in the tobacco fields and has three children. His glasses have been repaired multiple times in the last … Continue reading
NC Teacher Cadet students are more than high school kids taking a teaching course. They positively impact and strengthen their communities and district schools. During the “field experience,” Cadets work in elementary schools to provide valuable support to classroom teachers and so they may experience … Continue reading