for Excellence in Education
Greater Achievement through Learning
A brief history of The Mooresville Foundation for Excellence in Education:
The Mooresville Foundation for Excellence in Education is a non-profit organization. The Articles of Incorporation state the corporation is organized “to do all things to further the excellence of education in the Mooresville Graded School District.” Founded in 1991 under the guidance of Frank Radar and Dr. Samuel H. Houston, Jr. then superintendent of the Mooresville Schools, the Foundation was established to provide a private source of school supplementary revenue.
A distinguished Board of Directors works diligently to ensure that the Mooresville Graded School District obtains the greatest benefit from foundation contributions. During regular foundation board meetings, proposals from school employees are reviewed and distributions of foundation assets are awarded accordingly. The Foundation is funded by private contributions from members of the community, corporate and non-corporate alike.
Since the fall of 2008, the Foundation has held an annual golf tournament as a means to raise funds in support of every child, every day. The Foundation sought sponsors to make the tournament a successful fundraiser. Several years later, the success of the golf tournament continues to grow allowing the students of MGSD to also grow through the Foundation’s generous support.
You are encouraged to make a contribution to the Foundation so as to continue a history of growth and support for the students of the Mooresville Graded School District. Giving opportunities through the Foundation include:
- Direct Gifts
- Stocks and Bonds
- Real Property
- Charitable Remainder Trust
- Estate Planning
- Special Events (i.e. Golf Tournament)
If you have questions regarding monetary gifts to the Foundation, contact Dr. Stephen Mauney at (704) 658-2530 or email@example.com.
Foundation funds have been used as grants to provide a variety of educational tools to use both in and out of the classroom. Following are some examples of the materials provided by Foundation funds:
- Resources for motivating the low achieving child
- Reading materials for elementary students
- Writing materials for fourth graders
- Calculators and other math materials
- Science equipment for experiments
- The Assistant Professor Math Series
- Accelerated Reader books
- Individual and group tutoring
- Interactive software: “Let’s Discover NC”
- Art gallery materials
- Novels on CD for checkout
- Portable lab with water supply
- Physics materials
- Weight training equipment
- Field trips
- Interactive preschool playground