Supporting MVLA Partners = $$ For Our Schools!
The MVLA High School Foundation is grateful for the support of our partners, who join us in helping to maintain academic excellence in our high schools.
Corporate Sponsor – Challenge Grants
Thanks to LinkedIn for providing matching funds for our #GivingTuesday 24-hour campaign three years in a row! On November 28, 2017 we raised a record $76,000.
Honor Roll of Realtors
We are pleased to announce that we raised $102,000 for 2018’s Honor Roll of Realtors campaign! Many thanks to the 2018 Honor Roll of Realtors who generously donated to enable our local K-12 schools to afford academic and enrichment programs that would otherwise not be possible. These realtors’ personal commitment to educational excellence deserves our community’s thanks and support. Review this year’s participants (photos are linked to their websites), and remember to “support the realtors who support our schools!”.
The Honor Roll of Realtors program was developed in partnership with the Los Altos Educational Foundation (LAEF) and the Mountain View Los Altos High School Foundation (MVLA) and has supported local schools since 1994.
Corporate Sponsor – Challenge Grants
Thank you Google for providing important matching incentives for our May 2015 and 2016 SVGives campaigns, as well as for the local #StandUpForPublicSchools campaigns in May of 2017 and 2018.
Corporate Sponsor – DeLeon Realty
Thanks to DeLeon Realty for providing matching funds for our annual Phone-a-thon in 2014 and our #GivingTuesday campaign in 2015. Along with other members of our Honor Roll of Realtors Leadership Circle, DeLeon Realty participated in the Challenge Grant for our 2016 and 2017 Phone-a-thons which matched all new and increased gifts up to $150,000.
Support Local Merchants
Families and Community members can find special offers tailored to their needs with merchants where they live. View our list of participating merchants and Honor Roll of Realtors (Valedictorians). Learn more about the UpToUs program.
Businesses are able to support local schools and promote their products and services in their local community. Businesses in Mountain View and Los Altos can sign up by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you Google for matching our foundation’s investment in Chromebooks, to ensure that all students have access to online resources and collaboration tools since the 2014-15 school year.
The Counter at San Antonio Center
2580 W El Camino Real Blvd, Mountain View
Thank you for sponsoring an exclusive pre-opening Fundraising Party benefitting all Mountain View and Los Altos Schools on June 15, 2013.
Foundation Awarded “Outstanding Organization”
The Annual Celebration of Leaders Award highlights the very best of community involvement in Mountain View. The MVLA High School Foundation was honored by the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce for “Outstanding Organization” in recognition of its positive impact on the local community.
Whole Foods Los Altos
A great big THANK YOU to Whole Foods Market Los Altos for inviting us to participate in their 5% Shopping Day promotion on Dec 12, 2012 . The day’s proceeds added up to nearly $7,000 for the MVLA High School Foundation! And thanks to all of you who shopped to support our excellent schools!
Microsoft Silicon Valley
In celebration of the opening of Microsoft’s store at Stanford Shopping Center in April 2012, the MVLA High School Foundation was selected as one of four local education nonprofits to receive a $250,000 software grant. The grant was comprised of newer and more efficient desktop and networking applications, which allowed our students and staff to use the latest technologies in computer labs, Tutorial Centers, libraries and classrooms.
Become a Partner
Contact us to discuss ways your business or organization can partner with the Foundation to keep our schools strong!
Foundation Co-Executive Director, Margaret Gong, receives 2018 gift from Martha McClatchie of the Los Altos Kiwanis Club.
Thank you for displaying the Honor Roll of Realtors rider sign!
Microsoft’s store opening at Stanford Shopping Center in 2012