A world where all children have the support, acknowledgement, and tools to find their feet on a life path to success.
I love getting Art classes at school! I cannot wait for the next class, so that I can improve my skills and be a real Artist one day.Fourth Grade Student, LEAD Elementary
We strive to ensure that every child has access to the arts. Ideally, this exposure is in the school environment and is just as important as any other topic.
This uniform & equipment grant from Chance to Excel Foundation made it possible for us to replace our mismatched, worn out uniforms to represent our schools with pride.Colleen Sullivan, President, San Mateo-Foster City Education Foundation
We strive to ensure that every child has access to sports in school. This is traditionally the most economical way to get exposure to sports and to strengthen those relationships and learn the value of teamwork.
We are thankful with the Chance to Excel Foundation and the SMFC Education Foundation for providing the opportunity for all students at LEAD Elementary to have Art through the Art in Action program. The students at LEAD look forward to their next lesson.Matt Sullivan, Second Grade Teacher, LEAD Elementary
We understand that there are many students that struggle in school for many reasons. We want to ensure that students that have learning differences are offered the tools they need to diagnose the issue and develop constructive ways to enhance their educational experience and ultimately thrive.
The Foundation supports programs committed to the development of mind, body, and spirit for all children through mentorship and education in the arts, creation and expansion of sports activities, and ensuring the availability of testing to those whose creative strengths lie in differences.
Chance to Excel is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Donations are tax deductible TAX ID/EIN: 81-4603684
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