Make a Donation

We give to Conrad Education Foundation because there's nowhere else like it!

Like other non-profit organizations, Conrad Education Foundation (CEF) is sustained by the generosity of its community.

A united effort sends a powerful message inside and outside our halls: we give to CEF because we believe in its mission to support low income families with special needs children.

Our annual fundraising goal is $165,000.  We ask each member of our community to thoughtfully consider what CEF gives to our families, and to give a gift that is accordingly meaningful.  These funds are spent this year to support the everyday needs of the programs.  Gifts may also be paid by cash, check, credit card or securities. You may make a pledge payable over the course of the fiscal year, and matching gifts from your employer can help you to increase the size of your gift.  

The Conrad Education Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 so your donation may be tax-deductible.

Children today; leaders tomorrow.

Support Your Team

Our coaches work hard to make sure that every child has the chance to participate.  As parents, it is important for you to do your part to support your child and their team.

1. Give a quick boost of encouragement by tacking up a new quote once a week.

2. Start Traditions. If you’re worried about keeping energy levels up during a long, winless season, keep your eyes peeled for the “Most Spirited” teammate and award a special token. Awards can be simple, like a stuffed mascot that is passed along after each game. Each recipient can add a personal touch, such as a signature or sticker.

3. Take time to send out a press release to the school newspaper or local press recognizing accomplishments of your players. You might assign a parent on the team to do this for you.

4. Decorate vehicles before the big game to get your team pumped up.

5. Encourage the athletes to come up with their own unique pregame cheer.

6. Create unique phrases or quick, simple chants that the players can say during the game when a teammate does something well.

7. Make posters, signs or “noise bottles” for fans.

8. Encourage players to create their own “warm-up” music to use pre-game and during practices.