100% Funded

Ended Thursday, February 4th, 2021 at 5:38 PM

Total Donation Goal $662 $662.26 Funded

This campaign has ended and has been fully funded. If you made a donation, thank you.

1 Feb

About this Campaign

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our Northshore students are experiencing school in a completely remote learning environment. It has not gone unnoticed that young children (and children of all ages) are spending a great deal of time in front of a screen. We also see that many students are requesting arts, crafts and maker books through our print book checkout program.

We would like to use grant funds to bolster our limited collection of arts and crafts and maker-activity books in the library. We currently have a small (only about 20 books) collection of older craft books. We have very few “maker” titles to date. Our roughly 800 students need more, and more current and visually exciting titles. Students have access to book checkout during remote instruction, and we get frequent requests for this type of book!

With grant funds, we would purchase a group of approximately 35 books. This would have a big impact on that area of our collection.  Once received and processed, the books will be placed in the general library collection for student checkout.

Thank you for your support!

4 Feb

Update - Feb 4th, 2021 at 8:47PM

Wow! Thank you so much, grant funders, for your generosity in funding our Arts and Crafts Books grant for Woodmoor! We can't wait to get these into the hands of our student artists and crafters!

Best wishes,

Ms. Ginny

Teacher-Librarian, Woodmoor Elementary

26 Feb

Update - Feb 26th, 2021 at 10:16PM

THANK YOU! For supporting this product! The Foundation wants to give you an update about how this campaign went:

$10,326 Contributed to Directly Fund Northshore School District Classroom Projects and Teacher Supply Needs
67 donors responded during a three-week Northshore Schools Foundation campaign
Bothell, Wash. (February 26, 2021) – How do you keep inspiring students and actively engage student learning during a pandemic? Northshore School District teachers and staff have been figuring that out in real-time. And for the first three weeks of February, the community helped support them by funding specific projects and wish lists.

Donors really showed NSD educators some love during these difficult days. More than $6108 was raised from 67 community donors during this short time period. The Northshore Schools Foundation granted $ 4218 to fill in the gaps left by donors to make the additional projects a reality.
Projects were featured on Northshore Gives, a special platform available to Northshore School District teachers and staff who want to request support for specific needs.

These projects were fully funded by community donors:
Book Bags for First Grade Students (Canyon Creek Elementary)
Arts & Crafts, STEAM, and Hobby Books (Kokanee Elementary)
100th Day Kindergarten Project (Woodmoor Elementary)
Arts, Crafts, and Maker Books (Woodmoor Elementary)


These projects were funded with funds from the community and the Northshore Schools Foundation. Individualized phonics and language practice (Wellington Elementary)
Decodable Readers for Student Success (Woodmoor Elementary)
Fostering Future Innovators - Early Childhood (Head Start and ECEAP preschool) STEAM Learning
Revitalize our Nonfiction! (Northshore Middle School)
Bringing 5th Grade Camp to students virtually (Arrowhead Elementary)


“We love the Northshore Gives Platform because it allows donors to support projects that they care about directly, said Carmin Dalziel Executive Director of the Northshore Schools Foundation. “This combined funding model really stretches our dollars and allows us to impact more students and involve more Community members. It’s pretty exciting. “


NSD educators were also invited to share supply wish lists using Amazon. Anyone can purchase items for shipment directly to teachers. Lists will remain posted here through March 31 unless fully funded sooner.

Northshore Educators are invited to apply for funds using the Northshore Gives Platform or by writing a grant request any time between October 1 and May 1 each school year. For more information visit Request Support | Northshore Schools Foundation

26 Feb

Update - Feb 26th, 2021 at 10:17PM

THANK YOU! For supporting this product! The Foundation wants to give you an update about how this campaign went:

$10,326 Contributed to Directly Fund Northshore School District Classroom Projects and Teacher Supply Needs
67 donors responded during a three-week Northshore Schools Foundation campaign
Bothell, Wash. (February 26, 2021) – How do you keep inspiring students and actively engage student learning during a pandemic? Northshore School District teachers and staff have been figuring that out in real-time. And for the first three weeks of February, the community helped support them by funding specific projects and wish lists.

Donors really showed NSD educators some love during these difficult days. More than $6108 was raised from 67 community donors during this short time period. The Northshore Schools Foundation granted $ 4218 to fill in the gaps left by donors to make the additional projects a reality.
Projects were featured on Northshore Gives, a special platform available to Northshore School District teachers and staff who want to request support for specific needs.

These projects were fully funded by community donors:
Book Bags for First Grade Students (Canyon Creek Elementary)
Arts & Crafts, STEAM, and Hobby Books (Kokanee Elementary)
100th Day Kindergarten Project (Woodmoor Elementary)
Arts, Crafts, and Maker Books (Woodmoor Elementary)


These projects were funded with funds from the community and the Northshore Schools Foundation. Individualized phonics and language practice (Wellington Elementary)
Decodable Readers for Student Success (Woodmoor Elementary)
Fostering Future Innovators - Early Childhood (Head Start and ECEAP preschool) STEAM Learning
Revitalize our Nonfiction! (Northshore Middle School)
Bringing 5th Grade Camp to students virtually (Arrowhead Elementary)


“We love the Northshore Gives Platform because it allows donors to support projects that they care about directly, said Carmin Dalziel Executive Director of the Northshore Schools Foundation. “This combined funding model really stretches our dollars and allows us to impact more students and involve more Community members. It’s pretty exciting. “


NSD educators were also invited to share supply wish lists using Amazon. Anyone can purchase items for shipment directly to teachers. Lists will remain posted here through March 31 unless fully funded sooner.

Northshore Educators are invited to apply for funds using the Northshore Gives Platform or by writing a grant request any time between October 1 and May 1 each school year. For more information visit Request Support | Northshore Schools Foundation

Donation History

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