Welcoming New CEO, Ann Walden

Dear Ed Fund Community,   On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am thrilled to announce that on July 11th Ann Walden will join the Ed Fund as our new […]

Maisin Scholar Alumnus Spotlight: Enrique Muñoz

Enrique Muñoz, a recipient of the Maisin Scholar Award, graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 2019. Just last month, Enrique graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a bachelor’s in international relations and global business, and a minor in computer programming. We interviewed him to learn more about his journey, how he overcame challenges, and what’s next for him. Congratulations, Enrique, and best of luck!

Announcing the 2023 Cohort of Maisin Scholars

The San Francisco Education Fund is delighted to announce that we have selected the recipients for the 2023 cohort of the Maisin Scholar Award. This year, we received over 300 […]

Ed Fund COVID-19 Impact

As one of the first education funds in the country and nonprofit in San Francisco, we mobilize our community to accelerate access to a quality education for public school students […]

Maisin Alumnus Spotlight: Johnson Yang

Meet Johnson Yang, a Maisin 2013 alumnus. Johnson graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School and attended San Francisco State University, majoring in molecular and cellular biology. Johnson will attend Northwestern […]

Celebrating the 2022 Cohort of Maisin Scholars

On Thursday, June 9, the SF Ed Fund celebrated and honored the achievements of the 2022 cohort of Maisin Scholarship recipients! These 79 incredible students graduated from SFUSD high schools […]

SFUSD Literacy Update & Plans to Improve Student Outcomes

In November 2021, the SF Parent Coalition hosted SFUSD’s Deputy Superintendent for Instruction, Enikia Ford-Morthel, and Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Nicole Priestly, at a virtual gathering focused on SFUSD’s approach […]

Why are you Public School Proud?

Dear Friends, Take a moment and think of a teacher who made a profound impact on you. Perhaps they supported you in a particularly challenging time, or helped you learn […]