Please join us on
Saturday, May 5, 2018
at Saint Nicholas Hall
157 Avenue A (corner of 10th Street)
East Village - New York City
The event includes open bar, food, DJ music, dancing, and the chance to bid on a ton of amazing merchandise, services and experiences during our silent and live auctions. Oh, and as a bonus, you get to hang out with the coolest school community in the East Village!
It is our biggest fundraiser of the year and it benefits our school and children. The Earth School Parents Association (ESPA) works hard to fill in the gaps the Department of Education budget cuts have left in our great enrichment
This year our goal for this event alone is
By donating, you will be making a tax deductible contribution that will help the ESPA pay for classes in science, music, dance, art, cooking,
supplies for all teachers, and partial camp tuition for 3rd-5th graders.
We encourage everyone to go beyond
our community for support. Please share with anyone and everyone who
cares about The Earth School and public education, and urge them to get involved, even if you
are unable to attend the event. We hope you will help us make this campaign as viral as possible!
What does this mean? Please share with family, friends, neighbors and
anyone who you think might be interested in attending or contributing
(the grandparents are a great place to start and so are relatives and
friends that live far and away!) and ask them to donate.
Thank you in advance for your contribution!
The Earth School Parents Association
The Earth School Parents Association is recognized as a not-for-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service,
tax ID #13-3757954. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
The Earth School is a
thriving progressive school community of over 300 children in pre-K through
grade 5 in New York City's East Village with a teaching staff dedicated to the founding values of
hands-on exploration, an arts-rich curriculum, responsible stewardship
of the Earth’s resources, harmonious resolution of conflict, and
parent-teacher partnership. Read a recent article about our school here. Find out more about our school at theearthschool.org