Many of our students fundraise in order to cover a portion or all of the tuition to attend one of our programs. In addition to raising money, fundraising also gives students the chance to develop planning, organizational, communication, and leadership skills.
- Choose an online fundraising tool from the list below.
- Create your fundraising account.
- Start fundraising!
Be sure to contact our Office of Admissions to let us know you want to fundraise. Once you have raised enough funds to cover your deposit, which ranges from $450–$500, please promptly notify the Office of Admissions or enroll online to secure your space in the program.
Need assistance? Contact one of our Admissions Advisors at (877) 587-9659 or by email at email@example.com.
Some of our students choose to go the traditional fundraising route of selling products to family, friends, and neighbors. Envision has teamed with eFundraising to provide you with resources for fundraising campaigns that are low in cost, but high-impact. The most popular fundraisers include cookie dough packages, scratch-card coupon books, and candy bar variety packs. eFundraising has everything you need to launch a successful sales campaign. Find out more.
GoFundMe allows you to create a personal fundraising site specifically for your tuition needs, so you can invite others to play a direct part in your Envision story. Your friends, family, neighbors, schoolmates, and acquaintances will be eager to support your goals and celebrate your successes when you give them the chance to be a personal part of your journey. GoFundMe removes the physical barriers traditionally associated with receiving financial support from the people in our lives.
*Envision and its programs are not affiliated with GoFundMe. Any use of the GoFundMe site is at the discretion of the customer. If you have any questions, you must contact the company directly.
Wishbone is a non-profit that gives students the chance to pursue their passions. Through crowdfunding and sponsorships, students can attend life-changing summer programs. Wishbone provides the tools students need to find, apply to, and fund their summer experiences.
Each student teams up with an Advocate (a teacher or mentor) and together they use Wishbone's robust fundraising toolkit to raise funds for program tuition. Wishbone currently serves low-income high school students from New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, Connecticut, and Los Angeles.