Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation is proud to partner with the greater Manassas business community. They provide crucial support for our strategic priorities and we could never do what we do without them. The generosity of our our partners allows us to continue to provide educational opportunities and resources to our students and teachers!

“Thriving public schools should be everyone’s business. When you donate to the Foundation, the funds stay right here in our community.”

– Zuzana Steen, Director, Academic & Community Relations, Micron Technologies, Inc.

Champion Circle


Scholar Circle

$5,000 – $9,999

Academic Circle


  • Peden Accounting Services
  • The Parrish Family
  • Imagine Design

Golden Apple


  • BAE Systems
  • Bull Run Unitarian Universalists
  • Redstone Realty
  • Light of Life Baptist Church
  • The Mays Family
  • Freshy Sites
  • Professionals by Design
  • TD Bank Employee Choice
  • Evolution Printing
  • Mittie M. Broadnax
  • First Baptist Church

Silver Apple

$100 – $499

  • Brian Hazen
  • Kathleen Garrison
  • Tim Osina
  • Rodolfo Ganzon
  • Millicent Deya
  • Susanna Mitchell
  • Kimberly Kirkwood
  • Tina Cox
  • Kellie Deane
  • Owen Davies
  • David Farajollahi
  • Anita R Brown
  • Elizabeth Dow
  • Burke & Herbert Bank
  • Kim Golanski
  • Amazon Smile Donations

Friends of the Foundation

Up to $99

  • Karen Goodwin
  • Dheeraj Jagadev
  • Blanche Dance
  • Manassas Church of the Brethren
  • Charities Aid Foundation of America
  • Melissa Young
  • William Pate
  • Michael Freeland
  • Susan Harris
  • Michael Laverty
  • Jessica Hruska
  • Marilyn McDonell
  • Scott Siler

Donor Profile: Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Helps Osbourn Seniors Face the Future with Confidence

Remember the uncertainty you felt as a high school senior facing decisions about the future? For several Osbourn High School seniors, that uncertainty was replaced with confidence, thanks to Lockheed Martin, a Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation partner, and some caring teachers.

Since 2018, six Osbourn seniors have taken advantage of what one student called, “a rare opportunity,” for on-the-job training at this global aerospace corporation, while attending Northern Virginia Community College using Lockheed Martin’s tuition reimbursement program. They joined the company’s Manassas T.A.L.E.N.T. (Training Aspiring Locals to Engineer a New Tomorrow) Apprentice program.