Across the spectrum, we support and engage families by promoting involvement, providing emergency assistance for families in crisis and extending learning for students beyond the school day.
2012 ACS Foundation Student Scholarship application and catalogue now available. Click here for more infomation.
Join our corps of volunteers who work in schools across the district. Free trainings are available for any individual or group interested in acquiring the knowlege and skills needed to be an effective classroom or student support person. Contact Jay Lively, firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Join our Board of Directors
The Asheville City Schools Foundation is always looking for individuals who can make a three-year commitment to build the capacity of the Asheville City Schools Foundation to achieve its mission. Interested individuals should contact Kate Pett to learn more. Click here to see our current board list.
Emergency Assistance is available by school social worker referal only. Please contact your school's social worker to inquire about this program.
In order to help support students success the ACS Foundation is supporting out-of-school time initatives for students. Currently we fund the Cougar Time program at Hall Fletcher Elementary, the K-2 After-School Program at Vance Elementary, and the IRL program for Asheville Middle School and Randolph Learning Center students.