Lasallian Education Fund 100 Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley, CA94941 The Lasallian Education Fund is a global fundraising arm of Lasallian schools of the West Coast of North America, which…More supports other international regions and locations serving disadvantaged youth. The fund provides scholariships for disadvantaged youth to attend Lasallian school, giving low-income families access to the type of education provided by the De La Salle Christian Brothers and their associates.
The Tam High Foundation was established in 1996 to help fund academic and student life programs across the campus of…More Tamalpais High School. Since its inception, the foundation has invested approximately $2 million in the school's students, teachers, and programs.
During the 2008-2009 school year the foundation funded such projects as a laptop lab, tutoring programs, new media editing workstations and cameras and the drama program, among others.
Founded in 1976 by Director Kathleen Mecca, Mount Tamalpais School is a private, co-ed day school for grades…More kindergarten through eighth.
The school seeks to provide students with a solid academic foundation and to foster a genuine enthusiasm for learning through a departmentalized, integrated curriculum that allows each teacher to use a variety of methods and materials to strengthen individual skills. According to Mecca, teachers operate in their areas of greatest strength and expertise, giving students the best of all worlds. The curriculum leans heavily towards math, science, performing arts, language and physical education.
A nonprofit organization, Mount Tamalpais School is governed by a board of trustees that includes parents, alumni parents, alumni and community members. The Parent Council holds social and fund-raising events and coordinates family volunteer assistance to the school.
The Crescent Porter Hale Foundation is a private family foundation supporting nonprofit organizations through grants…More in five Bay area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo.
The foundation has highlighted several areas of concern that it hopes to fund. Those areas are art and music education, Catholic elementary and high schools, programs that focus on improving the quality of life for the disadvantaged, and agencies serving at-risk and minority youth, families or the elderly.