• About the Foundation

    The Fort Bend Education Foundation provides opportunities to enrich and enhance the quality of education for all FBISD students through its grant programs.
    Established in 1992 to benefit the students of Fort Bend ISD, this 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization is governed by a volunteer board of directors that includes local business, industry, and community leaders.

    Endorsed by FBISD leaders, including Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre, the Foundation offers the following opportunities for support:

    Grants for Teachers Programs - supports innovative classroom projects proposed by teachers for which conventional funding is not available. Awards range from $500 - $1500.
    Founders Grants Program- allows funding of larger needs up to $20,000 that are outside of the funding limits of Teacher and School Site Grants.

    School Site Programs - offers a maximum of (3) grants per campus ranging from $2,000 (elementary) to $3000 (secondary) for campus-wide educational improvement opportunities.

    New Teacher Gifts – The Foundation also automatically provides teachers, just beginning their teaching career with zero years teaching experience, a gift certificate to a local teachers' supply store to help them set up their classrooms.

    Professional Development Grants – The Foundation liaisons with FBISD's Organizational Development department to fund nationally recognized speakers in a broad range of educational fields on staff development days.

    Urgent Need Grants - gives the administrators and department heads an additional source of funding for equipment and/or materials of immediate need for which other funding sources are not available.

    Tribute Fund – allows individuals to make contributions that honor or memorialize teachers, loved ones, or other special people.

    Employee Giving– offers FBISD employees an avenue to support the Foundation through payroll deductions.

    Investment Fund – ensures that the Education Foundation becomes self-perpetuating.

    Angels of Education Auxiliary – established to promote community awareness and to assist with Education Foundation activities.

    Where does the money go?


    Funds raised from generous local businesses and individuals are channeled with expert precision directly to classrooms, where talented students are teamed with inspired educators, to achieve levels greater than anything they thought possible.
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