2023 Annual Giving Campaign

Stronger public schools = a brighter future for all

This school year, the Harvey Milk Parent Faculty Club has a goal of raising $170,000 to close the school’s budget gap and to maintain the resources and programs that our children need to excel and succeed. Support our school community through the Annual Giving Campaign, the Parent Faculty Club’s biggest fundraiser of the year!

A gift of any amount, whether you can give $5 or $5,000, will have a significant impact on our students and our school! We need every single donation to reach our goal of
100% participation. We humbly ask you to consider a donation that makes sense for your family.

Where your donation goes and how it helps our kids.

  • $20 can help buy classroom supplies to support teaching
  • $50 can purchase new library books
  • $250 can help fund class field trips
  • $1000 contributes to staff professional development
  • At $1,200 per student, we will reach our $170,000 goal
  • $2,500 can support Edible Social Studies
  • $5,000 can help keep class sizes ≤ 25:1

Ways You Can Donate

Write a Check

Donate by check to save us the 2.2% online processing fee. Make checks payable to “Harvey Milk Parent Faculty Club.”

Credit or Debit Card

Make a one-time or recurring monthly donation by credit card.

Corporate Matching

Learn how your company can match your donation, or check with your HR department to see if your employer matches charitable contributions. Read about corporate matching to potentially double the impact of your donation.

Tax Deductible

The Harvey Milk Parent Faculty Club is now registered as a 501(c) non-profit, so all donations are fully tax-deductible.

If you donated but didn’t receive an email receipt of your donation, please contact donations@harveymilkpfc.org

Funds go to vital programs

Here are a few examples of what we fundraise for and why:

$95,000 +

Did you know HMCRA’s 4th and 5th grade classes have 25 or fewer students? The PFC funds a classroom teacher to keep our classes under the SFUSD maximum of 32 students per class in the upper grades.


This incredible enrichment program introduces students to culture and history through cooking and food in the outdoor classroom and kitchen.


Having the right supplies can enrich student learning, support hands-on learning, foster creativity and help students stay on task.


From movie night to the winter peace assembly, drag show and read-a-thon, the PFC sponsors events throughout the year to foster community and raise resources.