The Workshop is raising money for five public school projects across Philadelphia. Here's how you can help.

October 16, 2017

 

Public funding is no longer enough to provide our schools all of the resources they require. The Development Workshop has committed to raising $25,000 for five public school projects across Philadelphia. We’re encouraging every Development Workshop member to learn more about each school’s needs and make a donation through the Development Workshop Campaign. Your generosity will ensure a positive and bright future for the children of The School District of Philadelphia. 


You can donate here.

 

 

The five projects included in the Development Workshop’s $25,000 fundraising campaign were recommended by The Fund for The School District of Philadelphia. Please join us in assisting schools in under-resourced neighborhoods in Philadelphia.

 

 

1. James R. Lowell School 

Address: 450 W Nedro Ave, Philadelphia

Target: $5,000 to fund the school’s goal of installing a divider in their multipurpose room to separate the cafeteria from the PE area.

 

2. Francis Scott Key School

Address: 2230 S 8th St, Philadelphia 

Target: $5,000 to fund the school’s goal to expand the arts and music program by purchasing percussion instruments.

 

3. Joseph Catharine School

Address: 6600 Chester Ave, Philadelphia

Target: $5,000 to fund the school’s goal of repaving the school yard.

 

4. Richard R. Wright School

Address: 2700 Dauphin St, Philadelphia

Target: $5,000 to fund the school’s goal of purchasing school uniforms for students whose families cannot afford them.

 

5. John B. Kelly School 

Address: 5116 Pulaski Ave, Philadelphia

Target: $5,000 to fund the school’s goal of increasing attendance by providing attendance incentives and celebrations.

 

 

 

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