YES!  I'd love to help make the Eichler Home Tour to benefit the Dixie School District a success!


On May 19, 2018, we will host a Marin Eichler Home Tour to benefit the Dixie School District. This will be the first Eichler Home Tour in Marin County in almost 10 years and we are hoping to raise tens-of-thousands of dollars to benefit our local schools with your support!

We need your help right now to help make this CAN-DO! Fundraising event a success. Specifically, we are looking for:


 We can’t do it without you! We will need docents, print & web designers, copywriters, PR professionals and other support staff to both plan and execute a successful event to benefit our local schools.   


The tour will provide businesses with tremendous exposure (both online and offline) to local residents, homeowners, Dixie School District families, as well as architecture enthusiasts throughout the entire San Francisco Bay Area.  

Proceeds from the event benefit Can Do!, a 501(c)(3) non-profit education foundation in support of the Dixie School District.  All donations are tax deductible.

If you’re interested in helping us make this event a success, please complete the brief submission form and let us know.

We appreciate your participation and look forward to a fabulous tour which will help raise much needed funds for our incredible school district.




About Can Do!

​Can Do! (formerly, the Dixie Children's Fund) is the education foundation which raises funds for the four schools in the Dixie School District. Can Do! has raised over $5 million dollars in its 20 year history.

About the Dixie School District

The Dixie School District was formally established in 1864 when the Old Dixie Schoolhouse was built.

Today, the Dixie School District serves the northern San Rafael communities of Terra Linda, Marinwood and Lucas Valley. The school district is made up of three elementary schools and one middle school:

Dixie Elementary (K-5), Mary Silveira Elementary (K-5), Vallecito Elementary (K-5) and Miller Creek Middle School (6-8).
Over 2,000 students attend these four schools.