A night to remember - relive your prom but this time it benefits San Francisco public schools. San Francisco Education Fund’s inaugural Prom Night will raise funds to increase the number of students graduating college.
The spring bash will feature dancing to a live band, a hosted bar featuring select signature cocktails, beer and wine, a selection of tasty eats and a photo booth. The biggest fundraisers will be named Prom King and Queen.
If you would like to compete for Prom King or Queen, bring a large group, or sponsor the Prom, please contact Emily Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Update: Over 120 guests have confirmed their attendance. Wahoo!
Host Committee: Competing for Prom King or Queen
Alex Reese - Farella, Braun & Martel
Dominique Baillet - Bain & Company, Inc.
Mike Brown - Twitter
Maytak Chin - Reed Smith LLP
Kathy Choi - The Bridgespan Group
Scott Cline - California College of the Arts
Leslie Garner - San Francisco Unified School District
Molly Goodson - POPSUGAR
Matt Haney - Commissioner, Board of Education
Mike Kim - LinkedIn
Eric Lau - Leap Motion
Cindy Lin - KPMG International
Jessica Porter - Bain & Company, Inc.
Julia Stiglitz - Coursera
Hollie Wegman - Salesforce.com
The San Francisco Education Fund’s volunteers work with students across San Francisco Unified School District public schools, but we work most deeply in a small number of Focus Schools in San Francisco’s most under-served neighborhoods. These are schools with limited resources.
We recruit, train and place individual and corporate volunteers in classrooms to work as tutors, mentors, interpreters and special event support. We provide additional resources to teachers through Innovation Grants and use school data to measure and learn from student success.
We focus our resources on three critical milestones that research shows accelerate students’ progress on the path to high school and college graduation: 3rd-grade literacy, 8th-grade math proficiency and college and career preparedness in high school.