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Your online gift to the Alumni Association by credit card or PayPal account is tax-deductible! Click the "Donate" button below to begin.

Donations benefit the KHS Alumni Association Scholarship Fund, KHS Project Graduation and the Humble ISD Education Foundation. The KHSAA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


Donate to Humble ISD Education Foundation, KHS

With a gift to the Humble ISD Education Foundation, YOU can make a difference at KHS today!

Gifts to the Humble ISD Education Foundation may be specifically targeted to KHS. If you wish, you can also designate a specific KHS program or staff member as the beneficiary! The Foundation awards grants for innovative education programs to Humble ISD employees by application each year. Here are just a few ways your gift can make a difference:

Billy the Kid to the the Rescue: a KHS Grant Success Story

Supported by funds from the Humble ISD Education Foundation, the Billy the Kid to the Rescue program is a collaboration of FFA students from KHS and its sister high school, Kingwood Park. The program pairs special needs students with FFA students, and each pair raises an animal in the district's agriculture program. The benefits, say students, flow both ways--special needs students gain confidence and self esteem, and FFA students hone leadership skills while learning about helping others. Everybody wins!

Some ways to give to the Foundation include:

Designated gift -- specified for KHS

Tribute gift -- in honor of a favorite KHS teacher, coach or administrator

General gift to KHS -- allows KHS personnel to allocate funds to the most deserving programs on campus!

General gift to the Humble ISD Education Foundation -- benefit any school in the district, from elementary to middle schools and all the way up to one or more of the SIX high schools in the district!

Click here to visit the HISD Education Foundation website, where you can learn more and donate online.

The Humble ISD Education Foundation is a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization formed by community members in 1999 to develop and support innovative education programs. Grants are awarded annually by application to Humble ISD teachers and staff. Gifts made to the Foundation are eligible for tax deduction.