Transform the lives of at-risk students in San Antonio

You can help put college and careers within reach for at-risk students in San Antonio.
By making a gift, you help to ensure that Restore Education can continue to offer high school equivalency exam preparation, college readiness, and workforce training to every student in need. Whether you give $6 to sponsor a practice test, $145 to sponsor a full HSE exam, or $500 to sponsor a student for an entire academic year, your support will make a difference to our students, their families, and in turn our community.

To learn more about current high-need funding opportunities, program sponsorship, corporate giving, and donor recognition and impact, please contact Lynzee Villafranca, Director of Development.

Real Success From Real Students

Lend a hand to put education within reach

Volunteers are key to our students’ successes. Check out the opportunities below to learn more about how your time and talents can make a tremendous impact in the lives of our students.

Volunteer to Tutor

Volunteer
to Tutor

Volunteer tutors work one-on-one with students to help them reach their goals.
Tutors may help with high school equivalency or college entrance exam preparation by providing support in one or more of the following subjects:
-Math
-Science & Social Studies
-Language arts

Hours are flexible. Tutors may sign up for a weekly time spot or help on as needed and available basis.Sign up now and

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Event Volunteer

Special Event Volunteer

Groups and individual volunteers are needed to help with events and special projects. These opportunities are each unique, but all make a difference in the lives of our students.
Past events have included:
-Moving boxes and setting up furniture
-Graduation Set-Up & Ushers
-Parking Attendant
-5K registration assistant

Sign up now and we’ll contact you when a need arises. You can also check out our calendar for upcoming events.

Sign- Up

Join our Auxiliary Board

Join our
Auxiliary Board

Our Auxiliary Board offers a fun and meaningful way to support our students while networking with others. Apply today and join us in working together to increase awareness of Restore Education and raise much-needed funding for current and new students.

This is the perfect opportunity for:
-Working Professionals
-Emerging Leaders
-Community-Minded Individuals

            

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Become a Sponsor
for Restore Education

Restore Education has exciting opportunities for corporate partners and individuals to sponsor events, workforce training courses, and marketing/outreach efforts. Sponsorships start at just $500 and are a great way to help develop San Antonio’s workforce and improve the lives of at-risk individuals while increasing your visibility in the community. To learn more about current sponsorship opportunities, recognition, and sponsor privileges, please contact Lynzee Villafranca.

Become a Sponsor

Endorsements

Why Support Restore Education?

Restore Education volunteers and donors are the driving force behind each of our students’ successes. Simply put, we wouldn’t exist without you. The difference you make in the lives our students, their families, and our community is immeasurable. We hope you share our pride in the milestones you help our students achieve. Beyond the impact in the lives of our students, giving to Restore Education has the following benefits:

  • Volunteers and donors receive invitations to our annual Graduation Ceremony
  • Recognition, if desired, in our quarterly newsletter and/or social media
  • Your monetary gifts may be tax deductible
  • Opportunities to hear from the students directly
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Help Young Adults
Reach Their Potential

Generous volunteers and donors are at the heart of all we do. Your gift of time, financial support, or both, puts at-risk students on a pathway to a life-sustaining career. Please consider partnering with us to ensure that at-risk students who turn to Restore Education will have access to the education they need to reach their full potential. Together, we can create brighter futures for our students, their families, and our community.