Ross Valley Charter is a public, tuition-free school. As with all public schools, most of our funding comes from the State of California. To be able to fund classes and experiences we believe are central to a complete education but do not fit in the budget based on state funding, we invite families to participate in our annual Family Giving campaign.
Family donations make it possible to fund our music, art and Spanish classes. They also help pay for field trips, our social/emotional curriculum and some school supplies.
Every single student benefits from these programs. It is our hope that every family can contribute to this fund in some way. All donations go directly to these programs.
Donations are always gratefully accepted. Every tax-deductible dollar donated will go straight towards supporting programs, student services, and enrichment opportunities.
Amazing Gifts from Boon Supply!
When you shop at Boon Supply, 40% of your total is donated to Ross Valley Charter! Please shop and give, and share the link with friends and family.
Check Out Our Give Back Programs and Other Ways to Give
If you shop at Amazon.com, click here to sign up to donate a portion of each of your purchases to RVC. There's no additional cost to you. Once you select RVC, all you have to do is shop the same purchases at smile.amazon.com.
Use this link every time you shop for additional donations to RVC.
Give-Back Cards from our Favorite Grocers
Give back to RVC when you buy groceries at United Markets and Good Earth Natural Foods with Community Cards.
- Pick up your community cards at the office or email us to have them mailed to you.
- Show your community card to the cashier at the start of checkout every time you shop.
- 3% of your total will be donated to RVC!
Shop these businesses and support Ross Valley Charter at the same time!
Mabel's Labels – Don’t lose another jacket or lunchbox!
Go to https://mabelslabels.com/en_
Type in Ross Valley Charter and hit enter, You’ll see a message at the top of the page that says "You're now supporting Ross Valley Charter."