Your Support Enables Us to Continue with Our Mission

Food For Thought

SPREAD THE SPARKLE Shopping Night

raises more than $10,000 to support Langley School District students and programs.

Published four times per year and distributed to 50,000 families in Langley.​ In this edition, you'll read about the progressive Capstone Initiative; TEDx Youth Event, I.D.E.A. Summit & IDEA X; the Third Annual West Find Art Show; the upcoming 15th Annual Grand Prix Gala and much more.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY


LEAN ON US

We are there for you


The Langley School District Foundation has committed to provide $50 gift cards every week to the more than 600 families within the school district who need help during the Coronavirus crisis.




The Foundation is so grateful for the response from the community,

but we still need help.

Please donate if you can.




Global Education

Oak & Thorne Fundraiser

to support our Food for Thought Program raises more than $3500.

Campaigns
Scholarships

​14th Annual Golf Tournament

raises more than $240,000 to support programs of excellence for Langley students!

At Langley School District Foundation we are working to create hope and opportunity for our students. Keep the momentum going. Join us in our mission and donate today.


​Event raises more than $40,000 to start the 110th Legacy Fund!

We are well on our way to reaching our goal of $110,000 to provide scholarships to Langley Secondary students in perpetuity.

Please keep the momentum going!

Ensuring that all Langley students who come to school hungry, or go home hungry, receive a nutritious breakfast, lunch, snack, and weekend backpack.

KIFARU premiere screening raises more than $4000 for Silvia Knittel Memorial Scholarship, to ensure that young Kenyan students can complete their high school educations.


Donate to the Silvia Knittel Memorial Scholarship Fund

Engaging local businesses, companies, individuals, associations and Langley School District PACs to contribute to our students' futures and educational endeavours.
Challenging students to think beyond their region, their country and their continent to interact with their global counterparts and engage with experts throughout the world.
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