There are many ways you can give to the Solon Springs Educational Foundation.
Cross-Country Skiing Sponsorship
The Foundation looks to encourage student participation in cross-country skiing by funding the purchase of up to 20 ski packages and help fund transportation and registration for future events.
The Foundation will match the first $2,000 raised. With our match, a $100 donation would sponsor one student.
School Supplies Sponsorship
To help ease the financial burden on families in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Solon Springs Educational Foundation will be purchasing all required school supplies for students attending the School District of Solon Springs during the 2020-2021 school year.
A $35 donation will cover the cost of school supplies for one student. You can sponsor the purchase of school supplies for one or more students.
We plan to use local vendors. The total estimated cost of this project is $9,500. An anonymous donor will match the first $4,000 donated.
You can make a donation at any time through our online payment portal. Choose a preset amount of $5, $10, $25, $50, or $100, or specify the amount you wish to give. All transactions are securely processed through Square, and the Solon Springs Educational Foundation does not collect or store any of your personal data.
When you use Amazon Smile to make purchases, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the total to a non-profit of your choice. There’s no additional cost to you. All you need to do is click on the button below to set the Solon Springs Educational Foundation as your non-profit. Then when ever you shop through Amazon, go to smile.amazon.com to checkout. It’s a great way to support the foundation while you shop.
Become a Sustainer!
We will soon have a link you can use to set up monthly donations to the Foundation. You authorize a reoccurring donation to the Solon Springs Educational Foundation, which will be electronically transferred to us automatically each month.
Contact your employer about making an automatic donation with each paycheck. The donations are made pre-tax, which reduces your taxable income. Many employers will also match donations made by employees.
If you are retired and have an IRA, you can arrange for a donation to the Foundation to made directly from your IRA. The donation isn’t income to you, so you pay no taxes. Contact your IRA provider for more information.