The mission of the Lake Elsinore Valley Education Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, is to provide scholarships to college bound LEUSD students. Providing books to elementary age students is a new program started this year. The Foundation was created in honor of former LEUSD Superintendent Dr. Sharron Lindsay, who envisioned it as a lasting way for the community to help support students of all abilities to pursue a college education. Fundraising activities for scholarships include an annual golf tournament in April and partnerships with local businesses.
OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS
LEVEF Meeting Schedule 2019
All monthly meetings are held at the EVMWD offices
on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4:30PM
January 15 – Meeting*
February 19 – Meeting*
March 19 – Meeting*
April 16 – Meeting*
April 20 – 11th Annual Golf Tournament
May 21 – Scholarship Meet & Greet
June 18 – Meeting*
July 16 – Meeting*
August – Dark
September 17 – Meeting
October 15 – Meeting*
October 26 – Wildomar Trunk or Treat / Book Giveaway 4 – 8 pm
November 27 – Annual Report Meeting (Date is later due to Thanksgiving)
December 7 – Lake Elsinore Winterfest / Book Giveaway 3 – 9 pm
* Regular meetings – We ask that directors make an effort to attend a minimum of
four regular meetings each year.
The LEVEF is a proud member of two local Chambers of Commerce; Lake Elsinore
and Wildomar. Visit their websites for event and program information.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
Jersey Mike's Subs
Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Jojo's Pizza Kitchen
Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Southern California Edison
Padres and Storm Baseball
Ruhnau Clarke Architects
Allen and Holly Baldwin
Coldwell Banker, Associated Brokers Realty
Monster Energy Drinks
Elite Flight Instruction
Pins N Pockets
Bella Sophia Chocolates
Schools First Credit Union
La Masters Fine Jewelry
La Rebelde Winery
California Oaks Golf Club
Old World Design Studio
Established in 2007, The Lake Elsinore Valley Education Foundation (LEVEF) was created in honor of former LEUSD Superintendent Dr. Sharron Lindsay, who envisioned it as a lasting way for the community to help support students of all abilities to pursue a college education.
We are also proud of our new program that provides books to elementary age students.
Our next big step starting in Fall of 2018/19 is supplemental funding for enrichment programs that will provide educational opportunities, including academic, artistic, vocational and athletic needs.