Irvine Public Schools Foundation Honors Top Companies That Helped Raise $1.75 Million for Irvine Schools
Thursday, March 04, 2021
Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF), a leading educational nonprofit organization focused on enriching the educational experience of each child in every school, has announced its annual list of Top Companies Supporting Educational Excellence. These socially responsible companies are investing in Orange County's future by ensuring local youth have access to educational resources that will enhance their academic and future success.
“We are proud to live in a professionally-diverse community that allows us to build rich partnerships with companies across many industries. With their support, we are able to fulfill our vision of providing students with opportunities that prepare them for the future workforce,” explains Neda Eaton, president and CEO of IPSF. “Even during such a turbulent year, these partnerships have provided a foundation for IPSF to fund grants that allow teachers to bring new, innovative curriculum to the classroom, provide scholarships to students with financial need to participate in enrichment programs, and convert IPSF’s in-person summer and afterschool programs to robust online programs to safely continue to serve students across Orange County.”
Companies represented on IPSF's Top Companies list include global brands as well as some of Orange County's most influential corporations including FivePoint, GoogleFiber, FUTEK, Broadcom Foundation, and Paul Hastings LLC. Corporate giving to IPSF last year, including the generous City of Irvine Challenge Match Grant funds, totaling more than $1.75 million. For a full list of the IPSF’s Top Companies Supporting Educational Excellence, visit ipsf.net/topcompanies.
Irvine Public Schools Foundation and the City of Irvine are community partners of the Greater Irvine Chamber. Making IPSF's list, FivePoint, Google, GoogleFiber, Hoag Orthopedic Institute, Kaiser Permanente, UC Irvine, UPS, and Waste Management are Leaders Circle partners of the Chamber.
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