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Each month there are many events that benefit schools and students, citywide. Here we highlight a few select ones. Mark your calendar!
On Tuesday April 3rd, The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia and a team of world renowned Philly DJs will host our KEEPING THE BEAT happy hour. The main event, a listening party, will be held from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at CODA (1712 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103) in Center City Philadelphia followed by an extended mixer. GET TICKETS HERE.
Thanks to our sponsors, attendees will be able to meet and greet with their favorite Philly DJs and experience live performances, in exchange for their donation to our School District of Philadelphia AED maintenance fund. KEEPING THE BEAT is a health and wellness initiative that asks donors to “have a heart” by donating towards the maintenance of heart-saving Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in Philly schools.
The FUND is proud to launch the KEEPING THE BEAT campaign with premiere Philly DJs.
The Eagles' Super Bowl victory is the gift that keeps on giving to school kids in Philadelphia. The birds' post-season success has taken a charitable effort by offensive tackle Lane Johnson to a whole new level.
FOX 29's Bruce Gordon has the story.
The Lindback Foundation’s 2018 Lindback Foundation Distinguished Principal Leadership Awards are scheduled to be given out to top Philadelphia School District principals Thursday at the Prince Theater in Center City. The prize comes with $20,000 for each educator’s school. Here are the winners, chosen by a committee of district staff and Lindback Foundation trustees from over 50 applicants across the city.
I am a student and a soon to be product of the Philadelphia public school system. I have gone through what some may say the worse of the system and the best of the system. I was born and raised in the Southwest Philadelphia part of Philadelphia.
I received the request to host “The Giving Tuesday” Event at Bregy featuring Lane Johnson from The Philadelphia Eagles as I was heading home on the day before Thanksgiving. I immediately agreed to the request, all the time thinking about the joy that it would bring to our building having Lane Johnson there. There was a lot of preparation behind the scenes for this event. Everyone wanted to know what would Bregy School get for hosting.
They’re the Lords of Dogtown.
Philadelphia Eagles Lane Johnson and Chris Long ran off the field Saturday night with dog masks on their heads after beating the Falcons, a gimmick they came up with after oddsmakers made the top-seeded Eagles underdogs on their home field.
PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro right tackle Lane Johnson is fully embracing the team’s underdog status heading into Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings, by selling “Home Dogs Gonna Eat” t-shirts.
A Philadelphia Eagle is among the generous donors pledging support to the School District of Philadelphia on this Giving Tuesday.
In front of students from the F. Amadee Bregy School in South Philadelphia, Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson announced he is donating 100 percent of his new clothing line “Follow my block” LJ65, to the fund for the School District of Philadelphia.
There were all sorts of noises coming from the students in the auditorium at Lincoln High School – raised voices, non-stop chatter — sounds most school administrators typically frown on, especially when hosting the mayor and the superintendent of schools.
Attending Central High School affected Joseph M. Field’s life profoundly, but he never forgot that the public school that shaped him had one major shortcoming, even when he attended in the late 1940s: It lacked a proper performance space for its many promising musicians.
We want you to be informed and empowered collaborators with us and The District — working together to build and sustain initiatives that help Philadelphia public schools thrive and students succeed.
If you are ready to do more than contribute to a school through Philly FUNDamentals, adopting a school with us is easy. It requires a commitment of $30,000 over a three year period and can also include volunteering, sponsorship, and/or in-kind support.
The Office of Grant Development (OGD), a department within The School District of Philadelphia, is proud to offer a Guide to Fundraising and Grantwriting for Schools to help principals, teachers, parents and school communities.
The Guide is tailored to meet the unique priorities of Philadelphia Public Schools based on needs specified by school and community members. OGD proudly supports schools and administrative offices in securing available resources for enriching educational opportunities for students in line with the District’s current guiding document, Action Plan v3.0.