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Ways to Help

It’s easy to support the Family Giving Tree and fulfill a child's wish! Volunteer to lead a drive, participate in an online campaign, or make a monetary donation. You can help deliver backpacks filled with school supplies to a student in your community today. Take Action Now!


Got Space?

We're looking for a large, open floor space to hold our 2014 Back to School Drive this July/August. Think you can help secure our ideal location? Check out our specs and contact info here! "Thank You" to The Sobrato Organization for donating space for the 2013 Holiday Wish Drive!


Making an Impact

Students enrolled in their school's Federal Free & Reduced Price Meal Program face real barriers in the classroom. Education is key to success, but without the proper supplies, children become disengaged and distracted. Meet the principals, teachers, and students that have felt the impact of receiving a brand new backpack filled with supplies in time to start the school year off right.

Who Receives a Backpack?

Our Back to School Drive targets students enrolled in the Federal Free & Reduced Price Meal Program. This program delivers backpacks filled with supplies to the neediest children in our community, helping to reduce the effects of poverty and allow them to start the school year off right! Find out more.


STEM Education

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are critical areas of study for children in order to be prepared for jobs in the "knowledge economy". Today, 50% of U.S. students score below the basic science level, while 80% of jobs created in the next decade will require math and science skills. Learn more...

OurRewards - Impact Shopping

Did you know that your regular online shopping could help the Family Giving Tree? Through Impact Shopping, you can shop through our personalized Family Giving Tree page and a portion of the sale will go to support our programs. Start shopping!

KTVU Channel 2 News

KTVU Channel 2 News came to our Menlo Park warehouse to find out what the Back to School Drive was all about. They spoke with volunteers and filmed a great segment for the nightly news, check it out!

I want to tell you thank you for the craft kit. I like to make stuff. I want to have jewelry like the girls at school and now I can make it myself! Maritza, age 6