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Posted October 18, 2017

Schools That Give Eligible to Win Dave & Buster's Party

Help support the APS Education Foundation through the United Way.

Dave and Buster’s is partnering with the APS Education Foundation to celebrate schools that give to the Foundation through the APS United Way Campaign this year.

The APS Education Foundation disburses grants year round to schools and classrooms to support innovative programs throughout the district. The Foundation serves as a bridge for the community to fund these programs, making every dollar an investment in student success. 

The APS school with the highest percentage of employees that give through United Way and designate the APS Education Foundation will receive a staff party for up to 135 people! Dave and Buster’s will provide food and beverages as well as Powercards. Once the winning school is identified, they can schedule their party for the spring of 2018. 

The APS United Way Campaign concludes on Nov. 10. Each Tuesday, APS employees that have not yet participated will receive an email with their personalized link to give through United Way. So, if you work in a school and want to party at Dave & Buster’s next year, check your inbox and rally your colleagues!

For any questions concerning this year’s APS United Way Campaign, please contact Lawren McConnell at or Lori Webster at

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