By the time they reach fourth grade,
of low-income students nationwide are not proficient in reading.
All CSF families contribute a minimum of
Since 1998, CSF has provided scholarships worth $837 million, changing the lives of almost
children in need.
of every dollar goes directly to funding scholarships; our organization’s operating expenses are funded by a few generous contributors.
We’re so proud of CSF Alum @ANicoleSerrato for being chosen as a National Voices fellow! twitter.com/fiftycan/statu…
Catherine Durkin Robinson: Who Says Parents Don’t Always Choose the Best Schools? #parentpower #edchoice #schoolchoice
Great to see CSF's Buffalo partner BISON highlighted. Co-founder @JacobsforSenate notes the scholarships result in parents being "more involved, engaged and giving them more of an ownership in their children’s education.” buffalonews.com/2020/01/08/edi… #parentpower #edchoice