The first CSFP New Parent Forum and Registration Clinic for the 2018-2019 school year was held on Saturday, January 6th at Honickman Learning Center. More than 100 new scholarship recipients and their families attended the event, during which they received one-on-one registration assistance and an informational presentation about private school registration, requirements, deadlines, and additional…read more
On December 7, CSFP staff, donors, and volunteers gathered to call the new winners of CSFP’s scholarship lottery at a special holiday celebration hosted by FS Investments. The event marked the conclusion of CSFP’s priority lottery, through which CSFP randomly selected over 1,500 low-income Philadelphia families who applied to our K-8th grade scholarship program. All…read more
Shawnette Wilson of Fox29 attends Lottery Day with CSFP and meets families who have just won four-year, partial scholarships to K-8th grade schools.
6abc covers CSFP’s Lottery Day celebration, and speaks with families who recently won our K-8th grade scholarship lottery.
NBC10 Philadelphia helps CSFP surprise families who have won our K-8th grade scholarship lottery.
Thursday, December 7, 2017
201 Rouse Boulevard
CSFP staff, volunteers, and friends will call the winners of our November 15th Priority Deadline lottery at Lottery Day. Callers will inform families of their recent random lottery selection and their opportunity to receive partial scholarships, which make quality K-8th grade education within reach. It’s the most exciting day of the year, as families learn…read more
For more coverage on Ina Lipman’s departure from CSFP after 16 years of leadership, check out this article from The Philadelphia Tribune.read more
Did you know that CSFP works with 170 schools to increase access to quality education for Philadelphia children? Our schools are as diverse as the population we serve, and the concentration of each school is different. From secular to independent, parochial to Montessori, there is an option for all families within CSFP’s network of partner…read more
Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission will vote in November to dissolve itself and return governing authority to the School District of Philadelphia. What does this mean for Philadelphia’s students? CSFP’s Executive Director Ina Lipman praises the decision in this article from Generocity.
It is with bittersweet feelings that we announce that Ina Lipman will be stepping down as Executive Director after 16 phenomenal years with CSFP! “I had gotten the organization to the place that I more than envisioned, and we’re at the point where we know what our next steps are going to be and not just…read more