The South Huntington Educational Foundation provides the resources and funding to assist students and staff of the South Huntington School District to realize their fullest potential and achieve success.
The goal of SHEF is to work with the entire community, with emphasis on the students, parents and local businesses to assist with the funding of projects and programs that support and enhance the district’s initiatives in all areas, including but not limited to the arts, sciences, and technology. This will provide the innovative tools students need to be college and career ready, creating the leaders of tomorrow.
SHEF is a not-for-profit 501c(3) established in 1994 that provides both resources and funding to assist the more than 6,000 students and staff throughout the South Huntington UFSD.
Projects for Innovation and Enhancement
SHEF has set aside funds to underwrite Projects for Innovation and Enhancement Program is designed to provide staff members with the opportunity to design, plan, implement and evaluate activities to:
PROJECT and GRANT INFORMATION
Projects must relate to or be an extension of the district’s initiatives or foundation’s mission. They can include but are not limited to:
Awards will be made for activities and resources to supplement existing programs. Grants cannot be in the form of a stipend to a staff member. Grant awards will range between $100-$500.
PROJECT PROPOSAL and GRANT APPLICATION
Briefly list the mission/goal/purpose(s) being addressed by the proposed activity.
Specific Project Objectives:
Be very clear regarding the exact purpose of the project, stating the focus of each goal and what it will accomplish.
Plan of Action:
The action plan should reflect the procedure you will follow in planning, implementing and evaluating the project.
List the number of students, Wildcat faculty and community, and any other participants who will take part in the program.
Note specific dates and times your project will run.
Potential for Impact:
Speak to the “difference” you feel the program will make in the personal/professional lives of your targeted group.
Be clear and specific outlining how the requested grant funds will be spent and allocated.
Be sure to list other resources needed for your project.
APPLYING FOR A SHEF P.I.E. GRANT
If you have any questions regarding the P.I.E. program or application process, contact SHEF Chairwoman, Sheila Buhse at SBuhse@shufsd.org or by calling 631-812-3018.