To get the most value for our dollar – and the greatest possible number of 3D printers for the O’Maley Innovation Middle School — GEF and O’Maley staff called on community volunteers to assemble 25 3D printers for students use. A weekend-long make-a-thon event put dozens of community volunteers, aided by O’Maley staff and students, to work in the effort.
Friends of GEF (and self-proclaimed techno-nerds) Jim Dowd and Martin DelVecchio not only participated in Make-a-Thon but also documented the process in a photo illustrated essay. Click to read the full essay and view photos via GoodMorningGloucester.
GEF raised over $25,000 for the Gloucester Public School District with its first-ever Cruise for Schools.
More than 200 guests cruised Gloucester Harbor on board the Beauport Princess during the July 27th event. Guests were entertained by local musician Steve Caraway, an all-star GPS band led by Superintendent Richard Safier and by DJ Hugo Burnham.
Many thanks to the dedicated GEF team who planned this wonderful event and to the many people who showed their love and support for GPS by attending.
Click below to view cruise photos.
Join friends of GEF aboard the beautiful Beauport Princess on July 27, 2014 from 5-8 p.m. for a very special evening. Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased online. Proceeds support innovative and enriching programming in the Gloucester Public Schools. We hope to see you there.
GEF is grateful to the following for their sponsorship of the Cruise for Schools.
Read the our 2014 Annual Report “On a mission…“ to learn how GEF and its donors have filled the schools’ backpack with teaching tools, classroom equipment and educational experiences.
BankGloucester is donating $20,000 to community organizations through its “Banking for the Community” program. With your support GEF can be the recipient of a $500, $1000, $3000 or, if we are the top vote getter, a $5000 grant.
Please click on the ballot illustration below to cast your vote in support of Gloucester Education Foundation.