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Lexington Education Foundation

Lexington Education Foundation exists to provide resources for families of children with disabilities. This is made possible by transforming tax credit donations into valuable tuition scholarships- helping children with disabilities gain access to the specialized education that they need.

The goal is to ensure that children with special needs have the tools that they need to be successful. LEF does this by funding the educational foundation and early intervention services to prepare them to live life as independently as possible.

Our Story

Lexington Education Foundation was started in 2015 when Harrison Rogers began noticing that Arizona’s public school system was not easy to navigate for parents who had children with disabilities. His passion for special needs began with his older sister Jacqueline who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at a young age. He grew frustrated with the education and state resources within the state of Arizona. Children were not having their educational needs met and he wanted to be able to offer resources to the families.

 His core belief that every special needs child and family should receive the resources that they need is what continues to drive Lexington Education Foundation today.

Our Mission

Lexington Education Foundation (LEF) is passionate about enriching our children’s experience and empowering families with the freedom to guide their children’s educational future. LEF is committed to providing financial support to families as well as access to the educational tools and community resources needed to ensure each students’ unique success

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DONATE

Click here to donate and make a difference in the education and life of a child with special needs scholarship in Arizona.

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APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIP

LEF partners with multiple special needs schools to provide scholarships for their students

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Check out upcoming events and resources available to adults and children with disabilities.