“Give a Little Love” to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. This Valentine’s Day
The Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. asks students, parents, and employees to give a little love to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. this Valentine’s Day by donating to the Longview ISD Foundation.
The Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit education foundation that has supported educators and students in Longview ISD since 1995, raising and returned $932,000 to classrooms and campuses through the Foundation’s three grant programs:  the Great Rewards for Great Ideas Grant Program, the Campus Initiative Grant Program, and the John W. Harrison, Jr. Academic Field Trip Grant Program. 
Donors who want to give a little love to the Longview ISD Foundation in support of its grant programs can show their love and appreciation for the hard work and dedication teachers, administrators, and staff members have shown this year as they have faced the pandemic and persevered.  They have given from their hearts; now donors can give from theirs.
The Foundation appreciates any amount a donor can give.  By giving, donors will help the Longview ISD Foundation move ever closer to the $1,000,000 mark for funds returned to classrooms and campuses to enhance educational opportunity for all students!
Donors may honor an educator or staff member from a particular LISD campus to recognize him or her for the loving care he or she has shown a student or simply say thanks for being a great teacher or staff member! 
Donation flyers will be given to LISD students to take home on January 29. Please return this form and donation to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc., P. O. Box 9461, Longview, Texas 75608, or ask the student’s teacher to return it through the LISD mail system to Kay Ray, Foundation director, at Longview High School.
Donors may make checks payable to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc., donate cash, or donate with a credit card at www.lisdfoundation.org.  Click on “Ways to Invest” on the menu bar at the top of the page; scroll down to “General Contributions” and complete the form and submit the donation. 
Since 1996, the Foundation has returned $930,000 to Longview ISD classrooms and campuses so that educators have the materials and programs they need to provide quality education to all students.  Every day on campuses throughout Longview ISD, students use materials in their classrooms and benefit from educational programs funded by the Longview ISD Foundation, including the latest technology and academic field trips designed to give students hands-on experiences to extend their classroom learning.