Thank you to our Family Donors



The Steel Family

The Merrill Family
The Francois-Watkins Family
The Ferguson Family

The Powell Family

The Tribbett Family

The Allen Family

The Watson Family

The Pace Family

Mr. Laurence Bjorklund

The Rushing Family

The Sekhon Family

The Greene Family

The Cadray Family

The Ciavatta Family



The Caruso Family
The Stowe Family

The Boelhouwer Family

The Turner Family

The Wallace Family

The Rollins Family

The Johnson Family

The Medlin Family

The Bornstein Family

The Barrett Family

Mr. Tony DeSancitis


($1,000 +)

The Dhaliwal Family

The James Family

The Russo Family

The Tester Family

The Haraway Family

The Pascale Family

The Kilpatrick Family

The Prickett Family

The Medlin Family

The Jacxsens Family

The Marquardt Family

Mr. Jamie Harper

Mr. & Mrs. John Love

Over the past few years, Fernbank Elementary has run a fall fundraising campaign called Fund the Fern. It is a fun and exciting campaign that includes parents, students and the community.


The purpose has always been clear and concise - raise money to support Fernbank Elementary’s PTA and Foundation budgets as well as to raise money to invest in the teachers & programs which make Fernbank such a wonderful and successful school.


We have found ourselves starting the school year under unprecedented terms and with a wide variety of new and different needs. 

For the 2020-2021 school year, our annual Fund the Fern campaign will be a little different. 


While we will not be actively soliciting money, we are incentivizing any donors who give more than $50 with a “We Proudly Support Fernbank Elementary” yard sign. 

Donations big and small are always appreciated and valuable to help support the PTA and Foundation operating budgets and provide much needed support to our teachers and staff.



We also wanted to provide an update on the funds we raised during the 2019 Fund the Fern campaign.

Our goal was to raise enough money to construct a sun shade over the playground. While we reached our goal and plans were in place to begin construction in the Spring/Summer of 2020, COVID-19 brought all of that to a screeching halt. The funds have not been spent and are still earmarked for this project in the near future.


We are working closely with the administration to ensure that there aren’t more urgent matters that might require this funding based on the current climate.


Thanks for your support and patience! 

a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization