Thanks to your support we've met our goal and raised all of the $130,000.00 for this campaign!
To support the installation of portable HEPA air purifiers throughout the North Shore district in order to enhance the indoor air quality in our schools and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Our ultimate goal is to raise $130K in total for the purchase of 255 portable units, insuring HEPA filtration for every instructional space in the district.
Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommend portable HEPA filtration in conjunction with other measures to reduce the risk of viral contamination indoors. Portable units are an effective way of supplementing the capabilities of existing building ventilation and filtration systems. In the long term, these units can continue to benefit our students and staff by reducing not only the risk of contagion, but also the negative effects of other pollutants and irritants such as dust, pollen, chemicals, and mold.
HOW TO DONATETo donate online via pay pal please fill out this electronic form and follow the link provided below:
- To donate online via pay pal please fill out this electronic form and follow the link provided below
- There are two options for donating offline. For either:
- Please complete this PDF form and include it with your check
- Checks should please be payable to "North Shore Viking Foundation" with "HEPA" in the memo
- Send to school for the student to give to their teacher or school front office
- Mail to:
Thank you for considering a 100% tax-deductible donation to support HEPA air purifiers throughout the district. These portable units can improve the indoor air quality in our schools and reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Each unit costs a little over $500. With district-wide participation, a $50 donation per student would reach our ultimate goal of $130K. We know that not everyone will be able to participate. If this project is important to you, and you have the means, please consider donating on behalf of someone who can’t.