Annual Campaign

Click here to donate to the annual campaign

Donate online with a credit card. Simply fill out this form, and you'll be connected to a secure cart to complete your donation.

Consider a gift of $25, $50, $100 or more!  

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To pay by check, please write it out to "CSDEF" and mail it to:

Colonial School District Education Foundation
230 Flourtown Road/
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Thank you for supporting the students and teachers in Colonial through your gift to the Colonial School District Education Foundation.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you IN? 

Be involved! Be invested and help inspire innovation with a gift to the Colonial School District Education Foundation's Annual Campaign! 

With the belt tightening on the school district budget each year, the Colonial School District Education Foundation (CSDEF) has been able to provide valuable resources today to help our students develop into the innovators of tomorrow, thanks to the generosity of the Colonial Community. Help the CSDEF meet its goal of $100,000 — that's approximately $20 per student — with a donation to the 2018 CSDEF Annual Campaign.

Click here to donate to the annual campaign

Donate online with a credit card. Simply fill out this form, and you'll be connected to a secure cart to complete your donation.

Consider a gift of $25, $50, $100 or more!  

Colonial School District Education Foundation Logo






 

 


To pay by check, please write it out to "CSDEF" and mail it to:

Colonial School District Education Foundation
230 Flourtown Road/
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Thank you for supporting the students and teachers in Colonial through your gift to the Colonial School District Education Foundation.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

two boys with 3s printed items2018-2019 funding areas:

  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)

    • Hands-on lessons that motivate students to learn through exploration and experimentation
    • Project-based learning that allows students to solve problems and apply new skills and concepts over time
    • Interdisciplinary activities that tie multiple subjects together and give students the mental tools to understand how real-world connections are made
    • Technology resources to give students a head-start on coding and learning how computers "think"
  • Leveling the playing fielD

    • Hunger doesn't stop when school isn't in session. With more than 20% of Colonial students on free or reduced lunch, the Summer Meals Program provided breakfast and lunch to any children under age 18 in the District who needed it.
    • AVID at Colonial Middle School targets students in the academic middle and gives them the tools and support to change "if I go to college" to "when I go to college."

Make your gift count twicestudents eating lunch

Many companies math their employees' and retirees' donations. If your company offers this benefit, your donation to the CSDEF maybe doubled or even tripled! To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, contact your Human Resources department and then click here to contact the CSDEF by email

Remember that an investment in the Colonial School District Education Foundation is an investment in the future.

Your donation means that the District can put state-of-the-art tools into children's hands today, so they can begin building, creating, exploring and using technology to solve smaller problems now while preparing them for the bigger challenges they'll face in the future. 

 

Click here to donate to the annual campaign

Donate online with a credit card. Simply fill out this form, and you'll be connected to a secure cart to complete your donation.

Consider a gift of $25, $50, $100 or more!  

Colonial School District Education Foundation Logo






 

 


To pay by check, please write it out to "CSDEF" and mail it to:

Colonial School District Education Foundation
230 Flourtown Road/
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Thank you for supporting the students and teachers in Colonial through your gift to the Colonial School District Education Foundation.