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Big shout-out to the Michigan Educational Credit Union!

Marking its 11th year of support for the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation, the Michigan Educational Credit Union recently presented a generous check for $10,000, which will help support the Competitive Edge College Savings program for LPS families. MECU is dedicated to the mission of the LPS Education Foundation and has been since 2007. MECU

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Teaming up with the Pistons; it’s a win win!

Pay separately, get together! Join the Pistons at Little Caesars Arena as they take on the Clippers, Pelicans and Hawks! The Pistons will donate a portion of every ticket sold back to the LPS education Foundation to help provide grants to benefit teachers and students. Friday, February 9  vs. Los Angeles Clippers Monday, February 12

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Community support continues for LPS Education Foundation

Seat by seat, table by table, the room filled with more than 230 supporters of the LPS Education Foundation, during its annual fundraising luncheon held Nov. 8 at St. Mary’s Cultural and Banquet Center in Livonia. From business and education to faith and non-profits, it was a tremendous show of support, according to LPS Education

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Masco supports the LPS Foundation

Recently Masco Corporation presented the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation with a very generous contribution. Shown here from left to right are Paul Condon-Foundation Director, Sue Sabo-Director of Communications and Corporate Giving for Masco Corporation, Diane Policelli-President LPS Education Foundation and Andrea Oquist-Superintendent of Livonia Public Schools.  Masco Corporation recently moved its world headquarters to

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8th Annual luncheon scheduled for November 8, 2017

Steve Courtney, WJR Sports Director & radio personality, is back to host this year’s Luncheon, being held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from noon until 1:30pm at St. Mary’s Cultural and Banquet Center. Tickets may be purchased ($50 ea. or $500 for a table of 10) by downloading the 2017 Foundation Luncheon Flyer or via

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AmazonSmile: A new way to support the LPS Education Foundation!

The LPS Education Foundation has partnered with AmazonSmile! AmazonSmile works this way: When first visiting AmazonSmile, customers are prompted to select a charitable organization from almost one million eligible organizations. In order to browse or shop at AmazonSmile, customers must first select a charitable organization. For eligible purchases at AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate

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Thank you, MECU!

The LPS Education Foundation was presented with a $10,000 dollar check from Michigan Educational Credit Union on Monday February 13th to benefit the Competitive Edge College Savings Program.  Seen here are Andrea Oquist Superintendent of Livonia Public Schools, Wendy Marquette representing MECU and Paul Condon, board member on the LPS Education Foundation.  “The donation will

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Brewing Joy for the LPS Education Foundation

Dunkin’ Donuts gave away free medium hot coffees to the first 500 customers at their Commerce Township and Farmington locations to celebrate the holiday season on Wednesday, Dec. 21, and presented the Gleaners Community Food Bank with a $5,000 grant, as well as a $1,000 donation to the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation. The free coffee and donations

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‘Giving Tuesday’ celebrated at LPS Education Foundation Luncheon

It was appropriate that the 7th annual Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation fund-raising luncheon took place on Tuesday, November 29, a day dubbed as Giving Tuesday. “Today, we celebrate your gifts to our students, our schools and our community,” said Livonia Public Schools Superintendent Andrea Oquist to a crowd of more than 250 LPS Education

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Teachers surprised by LPS Foundation classroom grant awards

Members of the LPS Education Foundation recently took to the streets on a good will tour, traveling to 14 schools to deliver 19 classroom grants to unsuspecting, but very appreciative, teachers. The surprise presentations of over-sized checks brought huge smiles to the faces of the teachers who wrote compelling grant requests to fund a classroom

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