The Highline Schools Foundation exists to connect the community to the students and staff at each and every school in Highline. Join us today to help provide the gift of educational experiences and well-being to students in Highline Public Schools.
Make Your Gift Online
You can make your gift to the Highline Schools Foundation easily and safely, through our online gift form below.
Make Your Gift by Mail
The Highline Schools Foundation will happily accept your gift sent via mail.
Please send to our office at:
Highline Schools Foundation
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW
Burien, WA 98166
Here’s are some ways the Foundation can utilize your gift in the months to come:
- Provide a pair of shoes for a student whose current shoes are too small, hand-me-down and too big, or falling apart.
- Cover the cost of 3 backpacks for students who carry their materials in their arms or in plastic bags
- Be used to buy two $50 grocery gift cards that HPS social workers will distribute to students’ families who are struggling economically
- Purchase 10 art therapy books for students who need social emotional learning support
- Expand classroom or school libraries with books that feature stories and characters that reflect the rich diversity of HPS’ student population.
- Cover the cost of an eye exam and pair of glasses for a student whose family would not otherwise be able to pay.
- Purchase 10 ukuleles for an elementary music program or 25 basketballs for an after school sports program for girls.
- Provide shelf-stable, healthy snacks for a school counselor to keep on hand for hungry students before/after school
- Package together 66+ sets of school supplies for students who need them
- Support 10 students enrolled in the McKinney-Vento program with resources to buy needed clothing, gas or groceries.
- Bring robotics kits and lessons into an elementary classroom
- Provide scholarship support to a graduating senior planning to attend trade school or college
- Fully fund two Excel grants requested by teachers or staff for projects that benefit their students in classrooms or through other district-based programs, including art/science/math/technology equipment, field trips to arts performances, the Zoo, museums and local employers