Ron Talain &
(c) 2005 - 2013
May 22, 2013
Stock up for Memorial Day weekend at the Redwood City Whole Foods Market on Wednesday May 22, 2013, and help keep music education for our students!
5% of all sales —all day — go to keep music education for our kids. Last year's event raised $5,200!
9 am to 7 pm Stop by the RCEF table by the cash registers and meet some of our RCEF volunteers and local education leaders over a free cup of coffee and pastry.
9 to 11 am Free Morning Makeovers for Mom and face painting for children.
3:15 pm The Orion School Chorus will sing led by teacher Robbie Fredericks
5 pm Buy some delicious dinner from the Whole Foods pop-up kiosk and have a seat while enjoying musical entertainment by the Woodside High School band featuring some of our talented RCSD alumni. Free face painting for children.
RCEF Parade Run is a family-friendly 5k run and walk that follows the route of Redwood City's legendary 4th of July parade and kicks off a full day of celebrations.
Family Sponsorships give you the opportunity to make your family's name famous! Visit www.paraderun.org to learn more.
Business Sponsorships are still available. Learn more.
HOW WE HELP
Our children need a well-rounded, high quality education that will prepare them to innovate, lead, work, and create in the California and America of tomorrow.
Our funding supports music instruction for students in grades 2 through 8, Outdoor Education for 5th graders, SMART teaching innovation grants, the middle school Summer Math Institute, and Wellness programs for all students.
Our supporters include parent and community members, local businesses, government agencies, major corporations and foundations, and other organizations with education as their priority.
Our mission is to enrich and advance educational opportunities for all 9,200 students in our 16 Redwood City School District schools: Adelante, Clifford, Garfield, Fair Oaks, Hawes, Henry Ford, Hoover, Kennedy Middle School, John Gill, McKinley Institute of Technology, North Star Academy, Orion, Roosevelt, Roy Cloud, Selby Lane, and Taft.
Our core values stress the importance of parnterships with our supporters and community. Partnerships help us reach out more effectively to our community, leverge existing programs to make better use of our funds, and bring a diverse and welcome voice to our decision making processes.
Our community partners include:
We have many strong and lasting partnerships with our local business community. Visit our Local Business Partner page to learn more.
We count many large corporations and foundations among our partners, including Google