Heart of the School Raffle - 2019 Winners

Thanks to the generous donations from individuals and businesses across Baltimore, we created prize packages that principals in attendance could enter to win. In total, these prize packages are worth more than $8,500. Congratulations to all of our lucky winners! 

  • Tanea Moore, Terry Patton, and Zulema Sockwell Moore - Six-month family memberships to the YMCA.

  • Nicholas D'Ambrosio - Tickets to two Orioles games and a 12-month Family Membership to the Maryland Science Center

  • James Gresham and Stephen Skeen - Each receives a $250 gift card to Home Depot

  • Latoya Lewis - Gift certificates to Southside Diner, the Rusty Scupper, and R. House

  • E. Lorraine Wallace - Gift certificates to Points South Latin Kitchen, Southside Diner, Annoula's SoBo Cafe, and R. House

  • Brandon Pinkney - Two tickets to The Play that Goes Wrong and to The Phantom of the Opera at the Hippodrome Theatre

  • Allison Schecter and Tracey Pratt - Each receives five pairs of tickets to any performance in the 2019-20 season at the Baltimore Center Stage AND five pairs of tickets to any show in the 2019-20 season at the Everyman Theatre

  • Najib Jammal - Two tickets and pre-game field passes to a Baltimore Ravens game

  • Kimberly Hill-Miller - Four passes to see the Ravens at Training Camp

  • Amanda Brown - Copies of Dreamers for all of her first graders and a book reading by Heidi Daniel, President and CEO of the Enoch Pratt Free Library

  • Danielle Tillman-Cromartie - Six tickets to the BSA's production of The Nutcracker and four pairs of tickets to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

  • Bernarda Kwaw - Staff professional development opportunity from Young Audiences

Any questions can be sent to Kevin Leary at kevinl@ffee.org                       © 2019 by FFEE.org.

The Heart of the Schools is a year-round program that celebrates and supports Baltimore City Public School principals for their exemplary innovation, execution, and leadership, building strong school cultures. Coordinated by the Fund for Educational Excellence, the program is a collaborative of dozens of businesses, foundations, individuals and nonprofits.