Wishes Do Come True

MAY ELEMENTARY

Ms. Chambers from May Elementary "Wished" her GATE students could have (3) Lego WeDo 2.0 Core Sets and (3) IPads. The WeDo 2.0 software provides an excellent platform for science learning, offering an innovative way for students to model reality, conduct...

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TARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Ms. Mangino from Tarr Elementary "Wished" her students could have a Steam Education Class Pack for 18 students. She said, "I am the GATE Specialist at my school, and my students are the future inventors, innovators, and leaders. LittleBits allow my students endless...

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HAYES ELEMENTARY

Mr. Lord from Keith and Karen Hayes Elementary stated, "As a GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) Specialist, I preach the value of amassing and applying a broad range of skill sets. One of the skills requisite in today's rapidly advancing technological world is...

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MARLAN WALKER ELEMENTARY

Ms. Locascio "Wished" for 12 Chromebooks and a charging station for her students. The students were thrilled to receieve the Chromebooks!! "I teach the gifted education program at my school. I have the smartest kids in the school but we have the least access to the...

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STUCKEY ELEMENTARY

Ms. Oswalt a GATE teacher from Stuckey Elementary "Wished" her students could have 2 Lego Mindstorm EV3 Core sets. She stated "I am a gifted and talented education teacher and my lessons revolve around science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). I currently...

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ROBERT FORBUSS FALCONS

Ms. Cook made a "Wish" for 2 Little Bit Steam sets. She received a Little Bit Steam Class Pack instead to accomodate 18 students! When we read about how wonderful these Steam sets were we could not resist! She said "The Little Bits are important to me because I want...

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ADDELIAR GUY ELEMENTARY

Ms. Villa-Real GATE teacher from Addeliar Guy Elementary "Wished" for 24 Rubik's Cubes for students. She stated "Gifted students need reasons and ideas to use their thinking skills. The Rubik's cube and accompanying lessons are not only attention getting, but involve...

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MARK FINE FLOWATER GIVE

Mark Fine Elementary School "Wished" for a new FloWater system. FloWater’s sustainable Refill Station eliminates the need for plastic water bottles. In addition to reducing plastic waste, FloWater uses energy efficient LED lights and a highly advanced purification...

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SPRING VALLEY HOSPITAL GIVE

Frank Kim Elementary School received a very generous gift of school supplies thanks to our Spring Valley Hospital support and staff. The Charles Marshall Foundation donated several supplies including calculators, scissors, tissues, and hand sanitizer. We are so...

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MARK FINE ES GATE PROGRAM

Erin Murtaugh, GATE teacher at Mark Fine Elementary School made a WISH for several mind stimulating and fun games for her classroom. Q-Bitz, Battle Sheep, Mancala, Reversi, Mastermind, and Think Fun Knot So Fast are now part of her students game collection to make...

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JIM THORPE ES

Aaron Loghry, GATE teacher from Jim Thorpe Elementary School made a WISH for Propeller Buggy Kits for his gifted and talented students. These Propeller Buggy Kits provide students with a fun activity that will teach them about speed, power, and energy through a simple...

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SUPPORT A SCHOOL EVENT

Our first annual "Support-a-School" event kick off was a success! On August 11, 2012 The Charles Marshall Foundation and Las Vegas Sells held a vendor event at The Orleans Arena. We asked the public to donate non-perishable food items, hygiene supplies, school...

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MARK FINE ELEMENTARY

Mark Fine Elementary School teachers WISHed for new lined dry erase boards, dry erase markers, dry erase erasers, and clip boards. They were thrilled to have their WISH come true. These supplies will be used by Ms. Andino and other kindergarten teachers in the school...

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FOSTER KINSHIP BACKPACK GIVE

The Charles Marshall Foundation supported Foster Kinship by donating 200 backpacks to their children whose parents are unable to care for them, most often due to incarceration, drug abuse, domestic violence, or death. Foster Kinship is a local nonprofit exclusively...

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LAS VEGAS RESCUE MISSION MEDICATION GIVE

The Las Vegas Rescue Mission received cases of medication to provide some relief for our homeless community. Items included allergy relief, pain relief patches and medications, bandages, antibiotic spray/ointment, various children's medication, antifungals, alcohol,...

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MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION BACKPACK SUPPORT

Make A Wish Foundation received 300 backpacks along with travel goodies from The Charles Marshall Foundation for their children who travel for medical treatments to make their journey on their road to recovery a little more comfortable. The children were given a...

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LAS VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL WOMEN’S “CROSSFIT” GYM GIVE

The Charles Marshall Foundation gave a significant gift of a Women's "Crossfit" Gym to Las Vegas High School for their students. The gym will assist in providing necessary equipment for their women's athletic teams. "I am very excited about adding the "Crossfit"...

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BABY’S BOUNTY DONATION

The Charles Marshall Foundation provided essential baby items including convertible car seats, diapers, Pack N' Plays, diaper bags, bath tubs, and infant carriers for Baby's Bounty for their low income families for their safety and well-being. Baby's Bounty is a...

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WILL BECKLEY ELEMENTARY TEACHING SUPPLY IN KIND DONATION

The Charles Marshall Foundation provided boxes and boxes of teaching supplies for Will Beckley Elementary School. The gently used items were donated by teachers across Clark County from Caring Is Sharing Consignment. These items included computer monitors, CD players,...

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SOUTHWEST CAREER AND TECHNICAL ACADEMY

The Charles Marshall Foundation purchased equipment for the Repiratory Therapy Program at Southwest Career and Technical Academy so students may experience hands on education in their classroom. This will better prepare them for real life experience in their field....

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NEVADA PEP COMPUTER GIVE

The Charles Marshall Foundation donated 6 brand new ALL IN ONE Gateway computers for Nevada Pep staff. These computers will allow the organization to continue to educate families with disabilities in our community.   Nevada PEP is a unique organization. All staff that...

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AHEPA SPONSORSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP

The Charles Marshall Foundation sponsored the AHEPA (American Hellenic Education Progressive Association), Las Vegas Chapter 314 by providing 2 scholarships to local students and providing supplies to St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox School. The Order of AHEPA...

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GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE DONATION

A Million Kinds of Love is a show that Green Valley High School theatre students wrote through the Lovewell process. Lovewell is an organization that believes in the arts and wants to teach students all aspects of theatre. The story was written to inspire students and...

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The Mary Q. and Charles E. Marshall Charitable Foundation (DBA The Charles Marshall Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) organization, established in Nevada and registered with the Secretary of State. Donations to the Mary Q. and Charles E. Marshall Charitable Foundation may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. 170.c. We encourage you to consult your tax consultant, CPA, or accountant.
The Charles Marshall Foundation is passionate about empowering our community by supplying the building blocks to a better future in health and education.