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Annual Giving Campaign - INDIVIDUAL DONORS | 2023-24

The Gregory-Portland Education Foundation is kicking off their first ever Annual Campaign for the 2023-2024 school year -- Every dollar donated supports the G-PEF's mission to fund grants to G-P teachers/staff for creative classroom programs, and scholarships for G-P students! We invite YOU to join us and be part of #GPgives4kids

  • $5 Monthly Gift = "Rock Stars" T-Shirt
  • $15 Monthly Gift = T-shirt & Car Decal w/ Full-Body Wildcat
  • $25 Monthly Gift = T-shirt, Decal, Keychain & Wrap-Around Graphic Travel Mug (40 oz)

Show your support and donate today WHILE SUPPLIES LAST by:

(1) CLICKING HERE to complete the donor form and provide your shirt size; and

(2) Click the "DONATE" button below (under the photo) and make a monthly Paypal donation (click the select box on the donation page to set up monthly donations)! (You can also make a one-time donation for the year by cash or check if desired; just contact the G-PEF at 361.777.1091, ext. 1030, or via email to communications@g-pisd.org.)



Gregory-Portland ISD Superintendent, Dr. Michelle Cavazos, together with students, teachers, and administrators from G-PISD will present the 3rd annual State of the District Wildcat Showcase & Address on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Portland Community Center! This event will be hosted by the G-P Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to serve and support G-PISD teachers and students through grant funding for innovative educational programs, scholarships for our students, and recognition for G-P teachers and staff. Sponsorships are now available, and all proceeds will benefit the education foundation. 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS & TICKET INFORMATION ARE LISTED BELOW. Please plan to reserve your sponsorship/seating EARLY using the online form for this exciting event, and join us in supporting the future success of our G-P Wildcats through the work of our district and the foundation in the upcoming school year! 

RESERVE YOUR SEAT(s) TODAY: CLICK HERE to complete the online confirmation form.

Thank you, and we'll see YOU at State of the District 2023! 

First page of the PDF file: 2023SOD_SAVETHEDATE_5x71


More than $13,000 awarded to G-P teachers in December 2020!

For the second consecutive year, the Gregory-Portland Education Foundation (G-PEF) awarded grants to G-PISD teachers! These surprise announcements took place on Dec. 10, 2020, with awards totaling $13,942.74 for 15 teachers serving at four G-PISD schools. These programs will impact approximately 1,643 students in the current school year with many serving students in the years to follow! The G-PEF was fully established in February 2019. To date, the foundation has awarded $10,500 in scholarships for G-PISD students and $27,696.39 in grants to G-PISD teachers.

THANK YOU, DONORS! - Grants were made available thanks to our individual and private donors, as well as proceeds from the 2020 Teacher of the Year Banquet. Photos from the announcements are provided below, as well as a list of our 2020-21 grant winners and programs!

2020-21 Grant Award Winners

1st Annual Grant Awards | 2019-20

Annual Giving Campaign

Will you help us REACH OUR GOAL -- 1,000 individual supporters in the G-P community giving $5 per month to the G-PEF? CLICK HERE to learn more ... Thank you!

G-PEF Scholarships | Class of 2019


The Gregory-Portland Education Foundation (G-PEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established to serve and support G-PISD students and teachers, as well as students in surrounding districts involved in programs (for example, Career and Technology Education) which may also include G-PISD students. The Board of Directors is comprised of community leaders with a passion for education, who share a collective desire to see our students succeed and our teachers recognized for their outstanding work. CLICK HERE for a listing of G-PEF board members.

G-PEF Funding Priorities include:
Grants to teachers/schools for creative educational programs resulting in student success;
Scholarships for students attending a college, university, or trade school; and
Awards and recognition for teaching excellence.