Every Penny Counts
is Presented by

Wells Fargo

We are grateful to
Wells Fargo for
over 16 years of
support.

In 1995, the Every Penny Counts campaign reached a new audience: school children from around the Bay Area.

Each school year, Bay Area schools compete to raise the most change in jars in their classrooms. The campaign culminates each year in March with Every Penny Counts Day when AIDS Emergency Fund and Wells Fargo Bank, School Campaign Sponsor since 1997, honor three schools: one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. In addition to helping people who are battling AIDS pay their rent and medical bills, students learn about the financial struggles faced by people fighting AIDS. Students also learn that they can make a difference, as individuals or as a group, in their communities.

If your school would like to participate or if you would like us to send you an Every Penny Counts School Campaign packet, feel free to contact us. Please call us at (415) 558-6999, ext. 232 with any questions you may have.

 

2014 Every Penny Counts School Campaign Participating Schools

Special thanks to the following schools that participated in the
2014 campaign:

School

2014 Total

Grand Total

Abraham Lincoln High School

$785

$10,183

Alice Fong Yu Elementary School

$299

$2,522

Alvarado Elementary School

$294

$4,639

Archbishop Riordan High School

$1,768

$25,450

Francis Scott Key Elementary School

$116

$3,220

Gateway Middle School

$1,030

$1,030

James Lick Middle School

$577

$2,172

Jefferson High School

$649

$17,370

Marshall Elementary School

$358

$4,800

Potrero Kids at Daniel Webster

$241

$1,874

Potrero Kids 3

$427

$639

Presidio Middle School

$1,443

$29,367

Ralston Middle School

$4,633

$48,726

San Francisco Waldorf High School

$1,652

$2,079

Sequoia High School

$1,220

$4,107

Sheridan Elementary School

$76

$920

Tenderloin Community School

$521

$1,287

2014 GRAND TOTAL

$21,126