Join us for the EPSF 19th Annual Benefit Breakfast
The Everett Public Schools Foundation will host its Annual Benefit Breakfast on Thursday, March 21st from 7:15am - 8:30am. Join us to learn more about the Foundation's great work! Be prepared to see students involved in "STEM" projects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
For more information and to RSVP for the Breakfast, please call 425-379-9200 by March 14th, 2013.
Stuff the Bus
Because so many of our clients are educators, supporting local schools is a cause that is near and dear to our hearts.
Every year in August, we proudly support EPSF in their "Stuff the Bus" school supply drive. You can help by by dropping off a small or large donation of school supplies in the big blue bin in our office's entryway.
Please stay tuned for collection times as they vary from year to year.
Thank you for your support!
Our office is located at 10410 19th Ave SE in the Silver Lake Neighborhood of Everett; just South of Costco. Look for the Video Sign to find our office.
For a detailed list of needed supplies, please see below:
About EPSF and McClain Insurance Services
It has been my joy and honor to serve on the Everett Public Schools Foundation's Board of Directors for the past five years.
During this time, I have learned so much about the Foundation's work! I continue to be impressed to see how the Foundation enriches the lives of countless students, teachers and families.
Thanks to the Everett Public Schools Foundation's wise management of funds, a wide range of recipients are touched every year by EPSF support. Here is list of some of EPSF accomplishments during the 2012 / 2013 school year:
- Over $32,000 in grant money was distributed among all 26 Everett public schools, impacting over 11,000 students.
- Kindergarten and Summer School tuition assitance programs totaled over $75,000
- High School and College-Bound programs and scholarship opportunities totaled over $80,000
- The EPSF "Stuff the Bus" Backpack drive brought an in-kind value of $77,200 in new school supplies and backpacks to more than 1,700 students in need, setting them up for a great start to the school year.