EAST BRUNSWICK – East Brunswick Education Foundation recently received a $2,500 grant from The Provident Bank Foundation. The organization raises money to award grants at various levels for instructional projects designed to have a positive impact on learning in the East Brunswick Public School district.
“We are so grateful to The Provident Bank Foundation for its continual support over the last six years,” said Paul Schoen, treasurer of the East Brunswick Education Foundation. “Their financial support has helped make it possible for us to achieve our mission of enhancing and enriching the curriculum for all of the students in East Brunswick public schools.”
The East Brunswick Education Foundation (EBEF) is an independent, non-profit corporation founded in 1993 by parents, citizens and members of the local business community to support programs intended to enhance the curriculum in public schools in East Brunswick.
“It is our pleasure to help strengthen the learning experiences of public school children in East Brunswick,” said Kendall Warsaw, executive director of The Provident Bank Foundation. “It is so important to find ways new ways to enhance educational programs offered in our public schools and we’re proud to support the East Brunswick Education Foundation in its mission.”
More information about the East Brunswick Education Foundation is available at www.ebef.org.
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