Donate to the Harding Elementary PTA

There are many ways to support Harding Elementary. Use these pages to find the best method that works for your goals, schedule, and budget.

  •  Join the PTA
  • Dining-out fundraisers
  • Volunteer your time in your students classroom, the library, or in support of a school related event or activity
  • Donate classroom supplies to your children’s teachers. (Ask teachers what they need.)
  • Contribute to the Harding Giving campaign and our other fundraisers (see below)
  • The Giving Campaign was created to help fund Harding Elementary School’s greatest needs. When you make a gift to the Harding Giving Campaign you fund programs that the district cannot provide; programs like primary music, hands on science in the garden, performing arts, school-wide assemblies and classroom field trips.  You also ensure our teachers don’t have to pay out of pocket for special project supplies, that our library renews its collection to keep students engaged, and that at recess students have access to quality playground supplies.To safeguard the future of these enrichment programs, we ask that each Harding family make at least one donation to the Giving Campaign. Every gift makes a difference and helps all children in our school.

    • Currently the PTA spends $480 per student for existing programs that provide community building, social-emotional learning, academic support, arts, leadership building, and inclusion programs.
  • Make a secure online donation via our fundraiser page. There you’ll be able to make a one-time donation or a monthly recurring donation to spread out your gift.

  • Make a check payable to “Harding PTA” with Giving Campaign written in the comment area, and drop it off at the office.

Ongoing Fundraisers

Realtor Giveback: Harding parent and Zip Code East Bay Realtor Liana Dickson will give a portion of her commission to the Harding PTA for every referral from a Harding family. To date the program has raised over $2,800 for the Harding Giving Campaign to fund creative arts programs, and other student and teacher needs.