Driver’s Ed Classes

Driver’s Ed 21 Students have taken Driver’s Ed this school year with the help of Edina Give and Go! Driver’s Ed classes through Edina Community Education offer students so much more than the opportunity to learn how to drive. Getting a driver’s license removes a transportation barrier that allows students to access great life and learning opportunities. Edina Give and Go

Sports Fees

Each year, we receive several requests for help paying fees for sports (fall baseball, winter baseball, and basketball). Student athletes from families with financial disadvantage want to play sports, but often the fees for registration and uniforms make it difficult to do so. If you can help, please GIVE so that these athletes can GO play their sports. Average sports fee granted

Hotspots / Home Internet Access

Edina students need access to the internet to complete their homework assignments, to be connected to teachers and other students, and to find the resources they need to succeed in school. Teachers communicate with parents via the internet, too. But many families cannot afford a connection, and that puts them at a big disadvantage. While WiFi is available for free in

School Sponsored Trips

Many of Edina’s great life and learning opportunities happen outside the classroom during school sponsored trips. Edina Give and Go supports sending qualifying students on these trips by helping to pay travel fees. Help a student by donating below.

Senior Photos

Senior photos are a right of passage and are featured prominently in the high school yearbook. This year, we project that 10-15 students will need help getting their senior pictures taken. The fee is $40 per student. Please make students feel included by helping them get a special senior picture in the yearbook.

Help High School Students with ACT/SAT/TOEFL Testing

Students who qualify can take the SAT and ACT at no charge—twice. Some of our students would like to take it another time. Many could benefit from added support, but cannot afford it. Others could use help to pay for the TOEFL (a test for students whose first language is not English).  You can help prepare these students for college

Hornet Spirit Wear For Student Athletes

When a student is selected for an athletic team, the uniforms are provided. But often middle and high school team members purchase extra Hornet attire for wearing on game days and other occasions. For some students, the cost of this extra apparel is a huge burden. They want to feel like a part of the team, but they cannot afford the

Quarterly In-Kind Donation Drive: Gym Shoes

Do you have a middle school age boy or girl who is growing out of his or her shoes before they are worn out? The middle school gym teachers have noticed some students who are in need of gym shoes (adult sizes 6-11). Please donate new or slightly used sneakers to support students in need. Shoes may be dropped off either at the Edina Community Center in

South View Middle School Yearbooks

Think of the joy your students get from flipping back through old yearbooks….keeping those memories alive helps them feel a part of their school community. Several students at South View Middle School wanted to purchase yearbooks, but the $35 cost was too much. A grant from Edina Give and Go helped make sure every student that requested a yearbook was

South View Middle School Yearbooks

Think of the joy your students get from flipping back through old yearbooks….keeping those memories alive helps them feel a part of their school community. Several students at South View Middle School wanted to purchase yearbooks, but the $35 cost was too much. A grant from Edina Give and Go helped make sure every student that requested a yearbook was