About

Founded in 2009, People for Educational Equality is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to assist and inspire community-driven educational projects and improvements that are sustainable and can have a measurable impact on schools or communities involved.

PFEE’s primary focus is the Lahaina Complex Tutor Project, which was started by Pat and Richard Endsley and has been in operation for 18 years.

The tutor project serves public students in the primary, intermediate and high schools.

Since its involvement, PFEE has donated more than $85,000 to the tutoring program.

In June of 2018, Barbara Potts, on behalf of People For Educational Equality (PFEE), asked for – and received – $10,000 from 100 Women Who Care Maui! The funds will go towards PFEE’s ongoing support of the Lahaina Complex School Tutor Project.
In May of 2017, PFEE presented a check in the amount of $25,000 to the Lahaina Complex School Tutor Project. The donation was the result of fundraising efforts that culminated with the recent Aina Nalu Wine and Silent Auction Fundraiser. Pictured from left to right are PFEE board members Mihaela Stoops & Flo Wiger, The Lahaina Complex Tutor Project’s Pat & Richard Endsley, and PFEE board members Sharon Beach & Barbara Potts.
In 2015, PFEE presented a check in the amount of $22,000 to the Lahaina Complex School Tutor Project. The donation was the result of fundraising efforts that culminated with the Aina Nalu Wine and Silent Auction Fundraiser.
In 2013, PFEE presented a check in the amount of $21,000 to the Lahaina Complex School Tutor Project. The donation was the result of fundraising efforts that culminated with the Aina Nalu Wine and Silent Auction Fundraiser. Pictured from left to right are PFEE board members Flo Wiger & Barbara Potts, The Lahaina Complex Tutor Project’s Pat & Richard Endsley, and PFEE board members Lisa Agdeppa & Mihaela Stoops.
2011, PFEE presented a check in the amount of $16,000 to the Lahaina Complex School Tutor Project. The donation was the result of fundraising efforts that culminated with the Dollars For Scholars Wine and Silent Auction Fundraiser.