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920 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA, 94710
United States

(510) 644-8812

Rosa Parks is an Environmental Science Magnet school in the Berkeley Unified School District in Berkeley, California. Equipped with a science lab, educational garden, and dedicated, professional and talented faculty and staff, students at Rosa Parks benefit from a curriculum enriched with access to science and nature.

Fundraisers

Our 2018-2019 Fundraising Goal is $175,000

click here for a complete 2018-2019 Fundraising Calendar

Participate. Volunteer. Contribute. Together we can each our goal!

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2018 -2019 snapshot of where PTA fundraising dollars are spent

100% of the money raised after operational costs is spent on vital programs for our school.

See below for a full list of fundraising events for the 2018-2019 school year.


FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Our 2nd biggest fundraiser, the Rosa Parks PTA Annual Fund helps us achieve our goal of $450 per child.  Whether you make a $20 monthly or a one-time $50-$10,000 donation, your contribution will ensure the continuation of PTA supported programs.

 

Rosa Parks partners with local restaurants, businesses and online vendors to help raise funds for the school so you can support the school while you shop!

Fun family-filled day of activities on the Rosa Parks campus. We’ll have lots of booths provided by each classroom including games and crafts. We’ll have tasty food, our annual Cake Walk and our 3rd Annual Rosa Parks Carnival Raffle - come out and enjoy the fun and win great prizes! 

Meet up and mingle with our amazing Rosa Parks Community and raise money for our students.  Ticket price includes drinks, light fare and desserts plus music and a silent auction. Must be 21 years of age to attend. 

Rosa Parks PTA Annual Read-a-thon is a great opportunity for our community to support student reading initiatives and provide support for the school. Students will ask relatives, friends, and neighbors to make a pledge to support their efforts to read as much as they can.  After the reading ends, students will report on how much they read and collect money from the sponsors.