Donate to AEF

Who is AEF?

The Alameda Education Foundation is made up of people like you who support educational opportunities, innovation and equity for Alameda public school K-12 students.


Click on one of the blue buttons below to register for the appropriate class or program.
Click here for a list of current class schedules and information. To register, please click the blue Enrichment button below.
Middle School Volleyball: If you have received a letter from your coach to register, please click the blue Sports button below or for more information click here.
Alameda Education Foundation
501(c)(3) non-profit
Tax ID #94-2867769
P.O. Box 1363, Alameda 94501
Tel. 510.337.7189

AEF Beneficiary in New Alameda Running Festival!

RunningFestival2016There is an incredible community based running festival on the beautiful island of Alameda coming soon! There will be a Family Fun Run, 5k, 10k, and Half Marathon for everyone to enjoy. This 2-day


Supporting Student Success – September 2016

bill-yosemiteDear Friend,

Welcome back to the 2016-2017 school year. If my math is correct the incoming Kindergarten class will be the graduating class of 2029.

The AEF has had a very busy summer. We moved from our


How AEF Serves YOUR Student!

Elementary School

Hundreds of after-school enrichment classes in the art, music, athletics, science, technology, foreign languages and more. Small class sizes taught by experts in their field. Registration begins Thursday, August 25th at 9:30 AM. Click on the blue “enrichment” button on the left to register.

Middle School

After-school, year-round


Dine and Donate with SPIN Pizza!

Eat pizza and support educational opportunities for Alameda students! When you dine at SPIN! Pizza on first Tuesdays this fall, SPIN! will donate a portion of the proceeds to support Alameda Education Foundation programs.

FIRST TUESDAYS September 6 October 4 November 1 December 6

No flyer is necessary but here is a downloadable flyer


Enriching Lives, One at a Time


The sheer volume of AEF’s Enrichment program is impressive enough – 400 after school classes and 70 summer camps serving upwards of 3,000 students per year. But it’s the impact it makes on the


Students Power Up Robots for Competition


Wood Middle School teacher and Alameda Robotics Center instructor Nga Nguyen coaches students from Wood and Lum Elementary School as they prepare for the inaugural Alameda Robotics competition to be held on Saturday, May 7th.



AEF Summer Camp – A 5-Star Review

Summer Camp

Summer Camp

My name is Amy and I took the circus arts camp from AEF. The circus arts camp was my favorite camp, and I have done a lot of camps. I mastered the stilts,