GFEF is a non-profit scholarship organization committed to creating more educational opportunities for families by moving K-12 students out of low-performing schools into high-quality better-performing schools by way of financial assistance. While all students may apply, we give preference to those residing within the boundaries of a low-performing school and those applying to Christian schools.
Many in the educational reform debate would side with either improving public schools or supporting parents having more choices and thereby supporting the establishment of private and/or charter schools. We firmly believe that it is not an either-or proposition. While we wait for our educational system to be reformed again and again, our children are paying the price. They need alternatives now while the failures of so many of our schools are being fixed. While GFEF, Inc. supports quality school reform initiatives nationally, our focus is on creating more choices for our youth locally…today.
The point is, all children should have equal access to quality education, now, in spite of where they live. We at GFEF, Inc. have been called to be a part of the solution that is urgently needed to level the playing field for so many of our students, particularly the underserved, many of whom are stuck in failing schools. Scholarships provide hope. Scholarships change lives. Scholarships provide for a better future. We have been charged with an enormous task. Thus, we need enormous resources.
Can we count on you to help support our efforts to expand the quality of educational choices for our youth? Our children will benefit…consequently, our families, businesses, and communities will benefit; indeed, our nation will benefit. Spread hope today by donating.
Student Support Services
Go Forward Education Foundation, Inc. supports students by making scholarships available to those in grades K-12 who desire to attend a better school. While all qualifying students may apply, we give preference to those students residing within the boundaries of a low-performing school district and those applying to Christian schools.