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Question:
How does an East Palo Alto science teacher conduct a hands-on experiment with photosynthesis during distance learning?

Answer:
With the help of an EPAK teacher grant to provide each student at home materials for a floating leaf disk lab!

Check out more about our grants at epak.org
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Question:
How does an East Palo Alto science teacher conduct a hands-on experiment with photosynthesis during distance learning? 

Answer:
With the help of an EPAK teacher grant to provide each student at home materials for a floating leaf disk lab! 

Check out more about our grants at epak.org
The East Palo Alto Kids Foundation (EPAK) has received a generous grant of $15,000 from the Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) to support our work in providing microgrants directly to teachers serving the eastern Menlo Park and East Palo Alto schools.
Acknowledging EPAK's work, Executive Director of PACF Lisa Van Dusen wrote:
"You have been beyond resourceful, creative and determined as you have pivoted and innovated to meet the needs of our neighbors. You are one of our local heroes."

EPAK is grateful to PACF, and to our donors, who support the teacher grants that help students disproportionately affected by the pandemic.

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The Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) distributes annual grants to local nonprofit that help families, uplift the vulnerable, improve education opportunities, and enhance community life. For over 40 years, PACF’s annual grant making process has focused on supporting the organizations that provide the network of support for its neighbors in Palo Alto, East Palo and Menlo Park.

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The East Palo Alto Kids Foundation (EPAK) has received a generous grant of $15,000 from the Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) to support our work in providing microgrants directly to teachers serving the eastern Menlo Park and East Palo Alto schools. 
Acknowledging  EPAKs work, Executive Director of PACF Lisa Van Dusen wrote: 
You have been beyond resourceful, creative and determined as you have pivoted and innovated to meet the needs of our neighbors. You are one of our local heroes.  

EPAK is grateful to PACF, and to our donors, who support the teacher grants that help students disproportionately affected by the pandemic. 

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The Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) distributes annual grants to local nonprofit that help families, uplift the vulnerable, improve education opportunities, and enhance community life. For over 40 years, PACF’s annual grant making process has focused on supporting the organizations that provide the network of support for its neighbors in Palo Alto, East Palo and Menlo Park.

https://m.facebook.com/paloaltocommunityfund/
EPAK has awarded 150 teacher grants to schools this spring as teachers continue to educate students from our most vulnerable families. Please support EPAK and this $100,000 initiative. Please support the children and donate.

Www.EPAK.org/donate
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2 months ago
EPAK has awarded 150 teacher grants to schools this spring as teachers continue to educate students from our most vulnerable families. Please support EPAK and this $100,000 initiative. Please support the children and donate.

Www.EPAK.org/donate
Show some love to our local East Palo Alto and east Menlo Park teachers by donating to EPAK today. ❤️

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3 months ago
Show some love to our local East Palo Alto and east Menlo Park teachers by donating to EPAK today. ❤️ 

https://epak.org/donate/