Welcome to the Iowa City Community School District Foundation website. With the tremendous support of our communities, we are able to create a solid foundation for the children of the future. Explore our site to find out how to donate, the programs we help fund, stories from people who donate, and all the ways you can join to help us build the future!
Run For the Schools 2014
The 16th annual Run for the Schools race was held on Sunday, October 19 with over 2,441 run registrants. Thank you to Iowa City Road Races group for organizing the race and for supporting our local schools with the proceeds. In 2014, the ICCSD Foundation received over $7,500.00 in direct Run For the Schools donations, $19,582 from the Iowa City Road Races group, and nearly every school received money for their PE and media centers areas.
Coming Soon to a Restaurant Near You!
Dine Out for Education
March 5, 2015
The spring Dine Out for Education event will be held on March 5. Plan a full day of meals and desserts at any of our 36 participating restaurants and businesses and they will donate 10% of their sales that day to the ICCSD Foundation. It’s an easy way to support our schools and our generous community businesses!
Round Up for Education…
It Just Makes Cent$!
January 30th – February 1st
Mark your Calendars!
All 5 area Hy-Vee stores are supporting our schools again with the Round Up for Education, It Just Makes Cent$ Campaign on Super Bowl weekend! Just shop anytime Friday through Sunday and ask the cashier to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar.
Academic Booster Club
You can be our children’s biggest fan!
Support students in the Iowa City Community School District by joining the ICCSD Foundation’s Academic Booster Club (ABC)! Show our children how important they are to the future of our community by proudly displaying your ABC window decal! Individual and family annual memberships are $15. Business annual memberships are $100. Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s Excellence Fund which helps support sustaining programs such as Visiting Author, Symphony Goes to School, and School of the Wild, as well as secondary school STEM initiatives.