Support the Mobile Area Education Foundation

Thank you for considering an online contribution to the Mobile Area Education Foundation. With every dollar contributed toward financing and enriching our programs, your investment in the MAEF is an effective and efficient way to be engaged in the betterment of public education for all children in Mobile County Public Schools. Thank you for your support!

Make a Contribution

If you prefer to send a check to support and ensure that every child reaches their potential.

Print Donation Form

Make check payable to Mobile Area Education Foundation, and mail to:

  • Mobile Area Education Foundation
  • 605 Bel Air Blvd
  • Suite 400
  • Mobile, AL 36606

Contributions to the Mobile Area Education Foundation, a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, are deductible for computing income and estate taxes.

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Volunteer Opportunities

The Mobile Area Education Foundation offers a variety of Volunteer Opportunities. We ask that you take a moment to review our volunteer opportunity descriptions and sign-up today.

Partners in Education

Currently, the Partner in Education Program in Mobile County links over 1,000 businesses, organizations, churches and individuals, who make an annual impact of over $2.3 million to our schools in Mobile County. The PIE Partnerships have one common theme, improving the quality of education in Mobile County for every child. The PIE program is coordinated for the Mobile County Public School System by the Mobile Area Education Foundation. We are seeking volunteers to provide support to a local public school.

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ACCEL Day and Evening Academy

ACCEL Day and Evening Academy incorporates the theory that students are best motivated to learn if they understand the connection between skills learned in the class and those needed for success in the workplace. ACCEL students will explore career options as interns in Mobile businesses to experience the importance of communication skills, mathematics, creativity, problem solving and teamwork. We need businesses to provide internships for ACCEL students.

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Engaging Youth in Engineering

A critical component of EYE is the involvement of business and industry volunteers, as well as engineering students from the University of South Alabama, both to assist teachers as they implement the engineering curriculum and mini-units and to mentor students. Research is clear that the likelihood of a student choosing to be an engineer is greatly enhanced when there is an engineer in the immediate family or when the student has had exposure to engineers as mentors.

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RAMP

The RAMP UP Extended Learning Experience and Summer Transition programs help students improve their academic performance by partnering with community volunteers to create a roadmap to graduation. Volunteers play a vital role in showing students what it takes to be successful and how to set and reach goals.

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Reading Buddy

One mentor-one child-one book at a time but it has a profound impact on a child’s reading-related skills and self-esteem. Classroom volunteers are needed to listen to a child read. Reading aloud to someone is one of the best ways for a child to become a proficient, fluent reader.

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We Appreciate Our Contributors

Corporations
  • Airbus Americas
  • Alabama Power
  • AM/NS Calvert
  • AT&T
  • BankTrust
  • BB&T Bank
  • BBVA Compass Bank
  • Burton Property Group
  • Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe’ & Clark’s Kitchen
  • Century Bank
  • City of Mobile
  • Community Foundation of South Alabama
  • Goodwyn, Mills, & Cawood
  • Hand Arendall LLC
  • Hargrove Engineers + Constructors
  • Holmes and Holmes Architects
  • iBeriabank
  • J.L. Bedsole Foundation
  • Junior League of Mobile
  • Leavell Investment Management
  • LLB&B Real Estate
  • Lucy C. McVay through the Daniels Foundation
  • Lyon Fry Cadden Insurance Agency, Inc.
  • Maynard, Cooper, and Gale
  • McDowell, Knight, Roedder and Sledge
  • Mitsubishi Polysilicon America Corporation
  • Mobile County Comission
  • Mobile Gas – A Sempra Company
  • Phelps Dunbar
  • Regions Bank
  • Roberts Brothers Inc.
  • Rogers & Willard Inc.
  • Saad Enterprises Inc.
  • SSAB
  • Southern Light
  • ST Mobile Aerospace Engineering
  • Sybil Smith Charitable Trust
  • Thames Batre Mattei Beville and Ison
  • The Drummond GroupThe Press-Register
  • The Grounds
  • Trustmark Bank
  • Toyota USA Foundation
  • USA DuPont Agricultural Products
  • Vallas Realty
  • Vance McCown Construction
  • Wells Fargo
  • White-Spunner Construction
Individuals
  • Karlos Finley
  • Melissa Morrissette
  • Karen Atchison
  • Guy Helmsing
  • Preston Bolt
  • Mike Marshall
  • Phil Tyus
  • Jay Ross
  • Michael Hofto
  • Glenn Hodge
  • Gaylord Lyon, Jr.
  • Conrad & Gigi Armbrecht
  • Richard Hayes
  • Janelle Finley Adams
  • Sam Covert
  • Carlos Williams
  • Barbara & Bernard Malkove
  • John & Lynda Finley
  • Ruth Austill
  • Louise Houston
  • Elizabeth Latham
  • Katherine Webster
  • Lucy Lyons
  • Robbie Baker
  • Nicholas Holmes, III
  • Renea & Pete Burns
  • Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Crane
  • Caroline Gaillard
  • Virginia & Garner Jeffery
  • Ronnie McDonough
  • Beth & Henry Morrissette
  • Fran & Winchester Thurber
  • Chuck Harmon
  • Dr. Richard Hayes
  • Mark Spivey
  • Sharon McDonough
  • Cheryl Thompson
  • Parks & Andrea Moore
  • Henry O’Connor
  • Jim Walker
  • Rob McGinley
  • Contina Woods
  • Shayla Jones Beaco
  • Elissa E. Watkins
  • Mr. & Mrs. William B. Sisson
  • Jim Walker
  • Carol Statter
  • William & Elizabeth Hanes
  • Beth Morrissette
  • Ann Bedsole