Let the Giving Last More than Just a Season
Home Sweet Schools
is a fund created to funnel tax deductible donations locally to schools.
- Rooted in the real estate industry, a closing gift becomes more than a thank you and instead, a tool to improve a school. Funds go to provide goods and services not covered by current methods of funding.
- The correlation between strong schools and the local real estate market is very simple. People want to live where education is valued and school performance is rated high. More homes sell where the education system is strong.
- Young talent is driven by “choices” whether its school choice, recreational choice, music, restaurant or type of housing. It is extremely important that young talent continue to gravitate toward all that the Fond du Lac area offers. School choice including public, private, and charter all are extremely important. Home Sweet Schools supports every school in Fond du Lac county! Every realtor is open to participate in contributing to this fund. Related businesses can also contribute. Donate today on behalf of your client, business, neighbor! The opportunity to give is endless!
What are Educators Saying about Home Sweet Schools?
This amazing community is made better by collaboration and partnership. Our local realtors are incredible ambassadors who truly believe that great schools are instrumental in creating a strong community. We are grateful for the Home Sweet School program and their desire to support the children of Fond du Lac! –James Serbert, Superintendent of Schools for Fond du Lac School District
Home Sweet Schools is a great initiative that truly embodies our community. The close link between homeownership and quality of schools drives the quality of life we get to enjoy in our great community. We are blessed to have great realtors that promote and advocate for our schools! Thanks for this great program to support even greater opportunities for our kids! -Aaron Sadoff, Superintendent of Schools for North Fond du Lac School District
Having a local business support our classroom would be great for our students. It would allow the elementary students to put a face with the donations and allow them to personally show gratitude, give them learning opportunities that would not be possible without the donations, and would help instill the importance of a strong community. From a teacher perspective, it would allow me to get more resources I would not have access to otherwise. These materials would be used to enrich and extend the learning going on in our classrooms. –Justin Lloyd, 4th Grade Teacher, Rosenow Elementary School