VIRTUAL SILENT AUCTION
Dear Friends of FEF:
We hope this email finds you safe and healthy. FEF had to cancel its Annual Gala, but we are bringing the Gala to you with our first-ever virtual auction!
The auction will open on March 21 at 6:00pm, and will close at 10:00pm.
To register log into the website FEFGALA2020.givesmart.com. Once that is complete, you will receive a confirmation and be able to start bidding on some of our amazing auction items! Note - if you had already purchased a ticket to this year's Gala, we may already have some of this information.
If you are having any trouble with the website, text registration, or have any questions regarding the auction, please email Jill Guidi- firstname.lastname@example.org, or Traci Bushy- email@example.com.
Once the auction is over, we will be in touch with the winners. We will coordinate pick up times for larger items, while smaller packages and gift certificates will be mailed directly to your address.
With thanks to our generous auction donors, we look forward to a successful virtual auction. Have fun bidding on these exciting items while supporting our public schools!
FALMOUTH EDUCATION FOUNDATION
FEF IN THE NEWS
Click below to read articles in The Falmouth Enterprise
Friday, February 8, 2020
North Falmouth Gets One-of-a Kind Mural
FEF granted Kathryn Sodaitis, NF art teacher, and Principal Tim Adams of North Falmouth School $2500 to help fund an artist-in-residence who, with students, is creating a playful, colorful new mural on the side walls of the entryway of North Falmouth Elementary School.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
FEF Launches New Student Impact Grant Program
The Falmouth Education Foundation has launched a new grant program for Falmouth students who are engaged in a service-oriented project. This is the first time Falmouth students can apply for grant funding through the foundation.
Friday, January 17, 2020
Visiting Poets at Lawrence
Falmouth Education Foundation gave $2,200 to Lawrence teachers Krista Hennessy, Natalie Galligan, and Charlene Johnson to fund a Poetry Day and other poetry-related activities at the school. Read more about the day when a dozen poets from the Mass Poetry organization visited Lawrence on Friday, January 10.