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On May 3, 2021 Harford County Education Foundation will host the 6th annual Chip in Fore Kids Golf Classic. Harford County Education Foundation was founded in 2004 to support the students of Harford County Public Schools by equipping them with the critical tools and resources they need to achieve academic and personal success, with an emphasis on those in the most need of support.
With many children learning virtually from home, having a reliable internet connection is essential. Harford County Education Foundation has partnered with Comcast to provide 12 months of Internet service to eligible families served by Harford County Public Schools through the company’s Internet Essentials program.
The Stuff the Bus will provide critical learning tools for students in need.
Harford County Education Foundation kicks off its third Harford Reads One Book program on Monday, May 4, 2020, to support learning during school closures, with the book “The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle,” written by Leslie Connor.
Harford County Education Foundation is working to provide critical learning resources to support at home learning.
Harford County Education Foundation Responds to COVID-19 as Social Distancing Requires Home Learning
During this difficult time when our students, families, educators and communities are struggling with the effects of COVID-19, Harford County Education Foundation is working to provide critical resources for students in need of materials to support home learning.
Harford County students and staff were surprised and excited to receive grant funding for classroom enrichment and innovation on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving.
Harford County Education funded Edgewood Middle School a grant to build a Story Trail for Deerfield Elementary School students.
The Daily Record named Debora Gavin Merlock, Founder/President, Harford County Education Foundation to its 2019 listing of Maryland’s Top 100 Women.
Harford County Education Foundation Partners with Sponsors to Improve Digital Inequity for Local Students
Harford County Education Foundation and their sponsors partnered to improve the digital inequity for low-income students across Harford County and provide digital access at home.