Through a partnership with the Golden Dragon Project (GDP) and our supportive and generous school parents, this next year, Lincoln Students will enjoy the library, music classes, gardening, technology, field trips, and more!
The Golden Dragon Project is working together with Lincoln teachers and staff to support our families who are experiencing food and financial insecurity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Click here for more information
You can donate to GDP through Paypal.
Check with your employer to determine if your place of work will match your donation to the Golden Dragon Project, a 501(c)(3).
- $60 pays for a week of music for 30 students
- $100 helps fund new PE equipment for 50 students
- $250 underwrites one week of art for 165 students
- $500 covers the cost of 50 library books
- $1,000 covers the cost of 2 new iPads for the computer lab
If your employer will match your donation, please contact the treasurer for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have an employer or a workplace looking for ways to give back to the community? Do they have an employer matching program or familiar with Benevity? The Golden Dragon Project at Lincoln School is a registered non-profit with Benevity and a recipient of donations through Benevity. Please ask your employer or visit Benevity for more information.
Network for Good:
The Golden Dragon Project at Lincoln School is a part of the Network for Good’s Donor Advisor Fund. Please visit Network for Good’s Donor Advisor Fund to donate now!
The Rosita Young 4th Grade Camp Fund
The GDP is proud to sponsor Lincoln Elementary’s annual fourth-grade field trip in honor of Rosita Young, the teacher who spearheaded the tradition of 4th-grade camp, who recently passed away. Contributions to the fourth-grade fund should be made payable to the “Golden Dragon Project.” Please indicate the “Rosita Young 4th Grade Camp Fund” on the memo line. If you donate online, please indicate that the funds are for the “Rosita Yong 4th Grade Camp Fund.”
The Lincoln Growing LEEAF Tree Fund
The special fund was created by former Lincoln parents, alumni, teachers, and staff to provide a life-changing overnight 5th Grade Science-based camp to all Lincoln students. Contributions to the 5th grad fund should be made payable to the East Bay Community Fund and notated “LEEAF Fund.” Checks can be mailed to East Bay Community Fund, 376 Victoria Bay, Alameda, CA 94502. For more information about this special fund, and how to add your leaf and legacy to the LEEAF Growing Tree, please speak to Principal Mukta Sambrani.