We identify, coordinate and connect philanthropic resources—through effective public-private partnerships—to leverage investments in local public schools. We target strategic priorities that have a measurable impact on the success of students regardless of zip code, family income or chance.
The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia is an independent 501(c)3 not for profit organization that serves as a fiscal intermediary between the private sector and the Philadelphia public education system. We are the only philanthropic organization that works directly with school leadership to align the investments of partners—private foundations, corporations and businesses, community organizations and individual donors—with the strategies that will impact the success of students attending our neighborhood public schools.
Sheldon is Chairman Emeritus of Duane Morris, LLP, having stepped down as Chairman in January 2008 to resume full-time practice.
Marsha Perelman has worked in the energy industry for over 30 years with companies including Buckeye Pipe Line, Clearfield Energy, O’Brien Philadelphia Cogen and Sempra Energy.
Robert W. Bogle is chairman, president and chief executive officer of The Philadelphia Tribune, the nation’s oldest and the Greater Philadelphia region’s largest audited newspaper serving the African-American community.
Robert L. Archie, Jr. concentrates his practice in the areas of municipal finance, real estate and corporate law for non-profit corporations.
Kimlime Chek-Taylor, is a veteran Philadelphia educator, and currently the Principal of South Philadelphia High School. Principal Chek-Tayloris the first female educator of Cambodian descent to become a principal in the School District of Philadelphia.
Cindy Farlino is serving in her 8th year as Principal of the William Meredith Elementary School.
John Barber III is an accomplished professional who brings over 20 years of financial and grants experience.
George Fisher graduated in 2015 from Johnson and Wales University with a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Administration/Management.
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Like the District, we depend on a robust corps of partner organizations, companies and individuals input for advocacy and program support.
We're grateful for our special partners, who are helping us improve educational outcomes for Philadelphia's students. Thank you to our investors, sponsors, and supporters for your generous contributions to help realize Dr. William R. Hite’s goal to give every child, no matter their zip code, a great school close to where they live.
Like the District, we depend on a robust corps of partner organizations, companies and individuals for advocacy and program support. We're grateful for our special partners, who are helping us improve educational outcomes for Philadelphia's students. Thank you to our investors, sponsors, and supporters for your generous contributions to help realize Superintendent Hite’s goal to give every child, no matter their zip code, a great school close to where they live.
You may also become an investor in one of the following ways: 1) Find a School on Philly FUNDamentals and Fund a Future; 2) Give through United Way to The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia, code 15022; 3) The Fund is an approved to receive Educational Improvement Tax Credits (EITC) as an approved Educational Improvement Organization (EIO). EITC-EIO contributions to The Fund support The Right Books in K-3 classrooms and Green Futures ; 4) Adopt-A-School for a 3-year period; 5) Set up a donor-advised Fund; or 6) Simply select the Fund as your Amazon charity using smile.amazon.com via Amazon Smile and .5% of your purchase will benefit The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia.
The School District of Philadelphia is the eighth largest school district in the nation, by enrollment. Its mission is to provide a high-quality education that prepares, ensures, and empowers all students to achieve their full intellectual and social potential in order to become lifelong learners and productive members of society.
The Fund is proud to be exclusively devoted to raising, managing and directing philanthropic contributions to improve district schools.
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