The Neshaminy Education Foundation, established in 1993, is an independent, nonprofit, community organization, developed through the Neshaminy School District Strategic Plan. The Foundation represents the Neshaminy community's pride, commitment, and enthusiasm for its schools. Volunteers working to enhance the education of Neshaminy students, comprise the Foundation board.Financial support for the Foundation is provided through Neshaminy Employee payroll deduction and through generous gifts and donations from individuals and groups as well as through fund-raising activities. For their 30th Anniversary Celebration, the NEF is holding a year-long $30,000 Donation Campaign from November 2022 - November 2023:
What We DoThe Neshaminy Education Foundation is designed to provide resources to our schools that are not otherwise provided within the school budget or from other sources.By using our economic resources to supplement and enrich the educational experiences of students in the District, the Foundation hopes to increase educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation hopes to increase educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation channels its resources towards strengthening our community's public schools.
The Neshaminy Education Foundation donated $20,000 to fully fund a remote control multi-camera video livestreaming system for the auditorium at Neshaminy High School in 2022.
Neshaminy Education Foundation is an IRS-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please consult with a qualified tax advisor for information about the possibility Federal and State tax deductions for contributions to the NEF.
Thank you to the families of those honored for choosing the Neshaminy Education Foundation as the recipient of donations in memory of their family members.
The following NEF memorial funds are currently active:
If you would like to arrange a memorial donation fund to the NEF for a loved one, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Thanks to a 2017-2018 NEF grant, two second grade classes at Tawanka Elementary have been piloting the use of the Dreambox iPad app which promotes the building of individualized math skills and offers teachers valuable tools to identify areas of need.Video: NEF grant funds robots at Schweitzer ElementaryStudents at Albert Schweitzer Elementary School are programming 2 robots using their iPads and participating in an international online competition (December 2016).