Donate to AEF

Who is AEF?

The Alameda Education Foundation is made up of people like you who give generously to support vital programs in art, music, drama, sports, science, technology and much more!
Track and Field registration begins Friday, February 28th, 9:30am. Click the blue SPORTS button above, select your school.
Summer Enrichment Camp registration begins Feb. 13th. Click here to view the camp programs. Register by clicking the blue "Enrichment" button below.
Enrollment for After-School Winter/Spring 2014 begins January 7th, 9:30am. Click here to view Enrichment Fliers. Click the blue "Enrichment" button above to view or register for classes.
Alameda Education Foundation
501(c)(3) non-profit
Tax ID #94-2867769
P.O. Box 1363, Alameda 94501
Tel. 510.337.7189
Fax. 510.748.4706

College Finances 101


Free for Alameda Public High School Students and their Parents or Guardians!

Student loan debt now tops $1.2 trillion dollars with 71% of students graduating from college in debt. The average student loan debt is $35,200 per student. What’s worse is that studies show about half of those graduates are shocked at the amount of


Bill’s Word: Exciting New Programs at AEF!

Dear Friend,

I am very excited to share with you several new programs the Foundation is launching that will strengthen the impact we make on student success in Alameda!

Summer High School We are very pleased to announce that Summer School for high school students is coming to Alameda this summer! The Summer School program


Park Street Businesses Adopt Local Classrooms


$1500 Distributed via the Alameda Education Foundation Adopt A Classroom Program

When customers shopped at Park Street businesses last October, they not only purchased crafts and home products or enjoyed food and beverages, they helped out Alameda classrooms thanks to the Park Street Business District’s “Shop for your Schools” fundraiser on October 22, 2013.



Bill’s Word: AEF Making a Difference!

Dear Friend,

Tom* was having trouble convincing his middle school aged son John* that focusing on his studies was important, but when John had to miss the opening basketball game of the Alameda Education Foundation’s Middle School Sports program due to poor grades, it sunk in. The Foundation’s coaches and athletic director put together a