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one time donation

Thank you for your generous donation!

Thank you for Opening Doors to Student Success. The Board of Directors and Staff of the Education Foundation are grateful for your support. 


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Your monthly support helps the Education Foundation meet the year-round needs of local children!

Please consider making your donation a monthly one for the next year. Become a partner in our mission to keep opening doors to success!

Here’s how your support can help:

$1 a week will keep a student on a path of learning with a new pair of sneakers and socks – Sneaker Exchange

$5 a month helps a student see their future with a new pair of eye glasses – Vision for Reading

$10 a month helps a student reinforce math, reading, writing and problem-solving skills through science exploration – Indian River Regional Science & Engineering Fair Program

$20 a month prepares four and five year old students for Kindergarten success with one week of enriched summer learning – STEP (Summer Transition Enrichment Program) into Kindergarten

$100 a month provides an entrepreneurial opportunity for school teams to pilot an innovative concept that advances student achievement.

Select your monthly support amount for the next 12 months and click to the Donate button to be taken to PayPal to complete your pledge:

Recurring donation options

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Laica Gerwien-Moreta

Laica Gerwien-Moreta is a government contracting consultant with proven experience in the Information Technology, Aviation, Aerospace, and Health Industries. Laica previously held leadership roles within various defense contractors supporting domestic and international operations as well as medical management solutions and humanitarian programs.

Laica has also served as an Empowered Official overseeing all International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) related activities and responsible for the strategic alignment of resources and staffing in support of global supply chain. Laica holds a bachelor’s degree in technical management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and professional certification in government contracting from The George Washington University, School of Business.

She is a certified contract manager (GWCCM), member of the National Contract Management Association Space Coast Chapter, and regularly participates in professional development training.