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The 2023 Prom Dress Giveback Program helped students look their best for prom and made it a night to remember. This annual program celebrated another successful year with support from the community.
What is the Prom Dress Giveback Program?
Prom attire is a great expense that families often are not able to cover the costs of. The Prom Dress Giveback Program offers the opportunity to borrow a dress to help lessen this financial burden.
On January 6th, 2023 the 2nd annual faculty basketball game was held with proceeds benefiting the many programs funded by SHEF. An exciting night of basketball saw Maplemere & Willow Ridge face off against Glendale & Heritage Heights in Game 1 and the Middle School vs the High School in Game 2. Families could also take part in basket raffles and a free throw contest. The night ended with teams from Glendale & Heritage Heights as well as the Middle School taking home trophies for their wins.
On September 24th students and SHEF volunteers debuted the "SHEF Machine" at the annual homecoming community day. The "SHEF Machine" is a human slot machine where players could take a "spin" and test their luck to win prizes.
From January 28 to February 11, run or walk a 5k to benefit SHEF, Inc.'s Weekend Backpack Program. End the COVID blues - register as an individual, couple or family and submit your time on your own.
In lieu of the Erie County Fair, the Sweet Home Education Foundation, Inc. offered two no contact, drive-thru chicken BBQs. All proceeds benefited the foundation's Mini-Grant Program.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, our organization partnered with BSN Sports to hold two "Sweet Home Strong" apparels sale. All proceeds benefited SHEF's COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The foundation's inaugural event, the Faculty Basketball Game consisted of two games comprised of teams made up of faculty members from the district's high school and middle school as well as all four elementary schools, respectively. In-between games, this event also featured a Unified basketball game, where students with intellectual disabilities are paired with members of the student body to kick-off their season. All proceeds benefited the foundation's Mini-Grant Program.