Support Strawberry Mansion High School
Thank you for your interest in supporting the Strawberry Mansion High School. As the designated Section 501(c)(3) organization of the School District of Philadelphia, PCFF will accept funds on behalf of Strawbery Mansion High School in two specific categories:
* Please note, the role of the PCFF is to serve as a fiscal agent on behalf of the School District. The staff of Strawberry Mansion, as agents of the School District of Philadelphia, direct the expenditures of all funds donated. PCFF is not involved in the decision-making process regarding how funds are allocated.
PCFF is a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Interested individuals may donate online or contact Angela Connor, Executive Director, at 215-979-1188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in supporting the School District of Philadelphia through Philadelphia's Children First Fund. You can make a secure, one-time donation and choose to support one of the following programs:
The Philadelphia Burger Brawl
An event that will be held on May 5, 2013 to support the William M. Meredith School Computer Lab.
Philadelphia School District classrooms are often unable to take advantage of free programming in the arts, music, museum trips, athletics and other supplemental activities. This fund covers the costs of bus rentals for Philadelphia school classrooms.
Crisis Emergency Fund
This fund provides critical services and resources to students and their families who experience extraordinary hardship as a result of death, fire, violence or other personal tragedies. This fund provides assistance with funeral costs in times of tragedy and has also provided provisions such as clothes, food and other basic need essentials.
With a gift to Philadelphia's Children First Fund, your support will directly impact Philadelphia's public school students through targeted program areas:
* Arts, Music and Culture
* Early Childhood Education
* School Climate
* Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)