The Infinite Campus Foundation founded in 2009, is the 501c3 charity arm of Infinite Campus. Our charter seeks primarily to fund student achievement and learning related programs. However, our reach has diversified somewhat over the past few years. To date, the Infinite Campus Foundation has contributed over a million dollars in funds and material donations. Below are some of our most recent contributions.
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The Infinite Campus Foundation contributed $300,000 in matching funds to Allina Health Mercy Hospital Foundation's 2015 Community Giving Campaign to help create the Mental Health and Addiction Triage Line, a 24-hour confidential triage line for patients, family members and staff to turn to for help to start the conversation. One call could make all the difference.
In 2016, The Foundation donated $50,000 to the Crystal Ball Fund-A-Need for Mercy Hospital Foundation to provide new inpatient “Healing Spaces” at Unity to help patients struggling with mental health and addiction thrive in settings that recognize their personal dignity and receive care in a highly effective and compassionate setting.
In 2018, The Foundation donated $25,000 to the Crystal Ball Fund-A-Need for Mercy Hospital Foundation benefiting the substance abuse and addiction services area at Unity campus, to enhance patient experience and promote Whole Person Care.
Thank you, Allina Health for letting The Foundation be a part of this wonderful initiative.
Infinite Campus contributed funds supporting the purchase of uniforms, state and national conference fees, and training equipment for the Blaine Police Explorer Post #3939 located in Blaine, Minnesota.
The Blaine Police Explorers are comprised of students with an interest in law enforcement careers who are uniformed and receive specialized training in multiple aspects of police work. Explorers have the opportunity to ride along with a Police Officer, once a month, which allows them to get a first-hand look at law enforcement.
The Infinite Campus Foundation donated 37 Chrome books to Centennial School District in Blaine, Minnesota, for Campus Learning efforts. Campus Leaning moves beyond the traditional learning model. Teachers draw from a variety of materials to enhance learning: videos, books, articles, simulations, blogs, online courses and much more. Students choose the activity that best meets their learning style. When a student gains proficiency in a standard, they move to the next level, at their own pace. This model also gives teachers at Centennial more time to spend with students who need additional assistance. This is truly the future of learning and we are happy to support their efforts.