Auction is still open, but Education Rocks has been rescheduled.

Education Rocks the 80s originally scheduled for Friday, March 20 has been rescheduled due to current health concerns and government recommendations related to COVID-19.

Assuming that we have the all-clear from government health officials, the event will take place on Friday, May 15, 2020. We recognize the importance of monitoring the current COVID-19 situation and will communicate our ability to hold the event closer to May 15.  When choosing the May 15 date, we were sensitive to an already full community calendar and wanted to honor our other partners in the Warwick community.

We’re still auctioning all kinds of great items and experiences online at the link below

Your 80s hair, 80s rags, 80s moves—you were ready to rock for a great cause. And you still will.

SAVE THE DATE:

Education Rocks the 80s
Friday, May 15th, 7:00pm
Listrak Headquarters in Lititz.

Purchased tickets will be honored on May 15. Or, if you wish, you can request a refund by emailing us at info@WarwickEF.org.

In the meantime, check out the virtual auction here. It’s going on till March 20, 2020 at noon. P.S. We’ve added new items and extended the sale date for those until March 30.

Thank you again for your support. And, please, make sure you follow best practices for staying healthy!

UPCOMING EVENTS + PROMOTIONS

WE BELIEVE

Enriching our children’s education is the smartest investment we can make to strengthen our community.

Smart Granting,
Rich Learning

Each year Warwick Education Foundation awards about 18 grants that allow as many as 50 teachers to purchase innovative tools that enrich important learning opportunities. And how’s that working out?

By The Numbers

250+

Grants Funded

Since 1997

$2m+

Provided to

Warwick

445

Laptops + iPads

Purchased

1900+

Books Purchased

Annually

Not Just STEM,
but STEAM

Our Foundation gives targeted help to Warwick educators K-12. Yes, extra funding is vital for science, technology, engineering, and math. But the arts are an essential for full-spectrum learning.

Engaging Community

Making it fun is a successful way to teach the greater community what we do. So we host entertaining events that demonstrate our value, raise money for our kids, and let everybody have fun.