Get Involved

Here are some great ways to give where you live. Your service goes directly to helping children in the Davis County Community. Listed below are current needs throughout the district.

AmazonSmileSet up AmazonSmile on your Amazon account and select Davis Education Foundation as your charity of choice. Amazon will donate a portion of all your purchases to the foundation at no extra cost to you. The easiest way to set it is through the app. Click on the links below for step-by-step instructions, or watch the video to see exactly where to set it up on the app.

AmazonSmile Set-up Written Instructions

Hygiene Kits & Feminine Hygiene KitsMany at-risk students, especially the 1,300 who experience homelessness, lack access to basic hygiene essentials. You can help by collecting items for hygiene kits, assembling hygiene kits, or making a monetary donation. The kits are used at our 6 high school teen resource centers, and distributed throughout the rest of the district as needed. 

The following items can be donated individually in bulk, or you can assemble them into hygiene kits. If you are interested in only assembling hygiene kits, and not in gathering/donating the items, contact Ginger Coulam at 801-402-4483 or to see if there are kits needing assembling. 

Hygiene Kits:

  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Full Size Deodorant Stick (male and female)
  • Travel Size Shampoo
  • Travel Size Conditioner
  • Travel Size Body Wash
  • Travel Size Lotion
  • Comb or Brush
  • Wash Cloth
  • Chapstick
  • Razor
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • All in a Gallon Size Ziplock

Feminine Hygiene Kits:

  • 14 Tampons - FOR JR. HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL
  • 14 Pads - FOR ELEMENTARY
  • 5 Liners
  • Full Size Deodorant Stick
  • Bar of Soap 
  • Small Ziplock Bag for Soap
  • All in a Gallon Size Ziplock

Meal Gift CardsThere are more than 17,000 students in Davis School District who face food insecurity. School is often the only place where they are guaranteed a hot meal. When students are home for the weekend, or even long breaks such as winter break, they go without. One way to help ensure that these kids have food when they aren't at school is to provide them with meal cards. 


  • $10-$20 gift cards
  • Purchase cards for fast food or local grocery stores. (i.e. McDonalds, Walmart, Smith's, Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell, Jimmy John's, Winco, etc.) 
  • Please deliver cards to the Foundation Office: 45 East State Street, Farmington, UT 84025

Pantry PacksAside from meal gift cards, pantry packs play a vital role in filling food gaps for students when they aren't at school. Pantry packs are assembled and donated to the Bountiful Food Pantry, who then distribute the packs to schools throughout the district each week. For more information on pantry packs, please visit

Pantry Packs:

  • 2 Meals (Ravioli, Mac & Cheese)
  • 1 Shelf-Stable Milk Box (often provided by Bountiful Food Pantry, call them ahead of time)
  • 1 Apple Sauce
  • 1 Pudding Cup
  • 1 Juice Pouch (Capri sun, Kool-aide, etc.)
  • 2 Oatmeal packets
  • 1 Fruit Snack Packet
  • 1 Granola Bar
  • 1 Crackers Packet (peanut butter or cheese)

Food Drive For School PantriesFood pantries in our high schools are in need of these specific items:

  • Boxes of cereal - Make sure boxes are eat least 10 oz. or more. 
  • Shelf stable fruit - A variety of canned and individual packages of fruit.
  • Canned or pouched chicken 

Please call or email the pantry contact employee for information on drop-off and need:

School Contact Name      Email
Clearfield High Nicole Tidwell
Layton High Lisa Glassey
Mountain High Jen Christensen
Northridge High Lisa Arango

Syracuse High Angela Bennett


Stock School Resource ClosetsSchool resource closets are filled with clothing and basic essentials to distribute to students when needed. If you are interested in donating to a resource closet, please see the contacts below to get more information on what their closets are in need of. 

School Contact Name   Email
Taylor El. Cody Case
Sunset El. Sheri Tanner

Wasatch El. Jenica Whitworth
Bountiful El Kari Harrison
S. Clearfield El. Robert Kinghorn
Syracuse El. Debbie Price
Parkside El. Kieli Cross
W. Clinton El. Kieli Cross


KIND FundYoung Automotive's KIND Fund (Kids In NeeD) provides students with clothing essentials and shoes. Volunteers are given a $150 gift card to shop for a specific child in need. You can sign up to help shop, or you can donate money to help fund the program. 


Donate Money To At-Risk Student Programs:Donate money to help fund our at-risk programs. Thank you! 

Teen Centers

No Hunger Zone

General Donation

Holiday Assistance Check back in November for ways to help with our holiday assistance programs!