Upcoming Fundraising Events
Welcome to the Enumclaw 2020 iSTEAM Expo event! Each year, we are excited to partner with local businesses, higher education and K-12 schools for an evening of interactive activities that will get students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math related careers.
Featured hands on exhibits are designed to showcase jobs, internships, apprenticeships and educational pathways that are required to enter high tech trades and skilled careers in STEAM fields. This approach gives students the opportunity to explore a variety of skills related to STEAM fields and the learning pathways in obtaining those skills that lead to a future high tech career.
We believe every student should have an opportunity to excel while exploring the STEAM careers. Creatively engaging our youth in these fields through interactive exhibits at Enumclaw's iSTEAM Expo, science fairs, robotics competitions, job shadow opportunities, and career ready days are some of the ways we hope to encourage young people to solve problems of the future and create a better world for all.
If you are interested in being an exhibitor, we invite you to visit our iSTEAM Expo tab for more information.
We look forward to partnering with you at the 8th Annual Interactive STEAM Expo in Enumclaw on Thursday February 13, 2020.
If you want to support everything the Enumclaw Schools Foundation does for our kids, we invite you to attend our upcoming Jazzing Up Education Luncheon on Tuesday March 3rd 2020 at the Expo Center Field House. Please RSVP to this catered event by emailing Vanessa Gardner at to be added to our list of attendees. At this luncheon you will learn more about our current initiatives and events, and will have the opportunity to make a donation to help us continue to support our district.
If you can't make it to this year's luncheon but you or your business would like to make a contribution, we invite you to donate here:
Employee Giving programs are a simple and impactful way to support non-profits like ESF. Simple because donations come directly out of an employee’s paycheck. Impactful because a small monthly donation of $5, $10 or $20 adds up to making a big impact for students.
ESF receives donations from employees through United Way, King County Employees, Boeing, Bank of America and Costco. If your company offers an Employee Giving program, please consider listing “Enumclaw Schools Foundation” as a beneficiary. (King County employees use ESF code: 9543).
NEW! Enumclaw School District is now offering its employees the opportunity to donate directly to ESF through a new Employee Giving program that allows 100% of your donation to ESF. Imagine what we can do together for students in the ESD by signing up today to make a monthly donation that directly supports students.