The Freehold Township Education Foundation is a community based all-volunteer nonprofit foundation created to raise money that will fund innovative programs for our pre-K - 8 schools in science, technology, the environment, the arts, health, diversity and other areas that are evolving rapidly in the 21st century.
We are managed by a board comprised of parents, community business leaders and school district staff. Our mission is to fund initiatives that foster excellence in Freehold Township schools.
We believe that YOU are the key to the success of the FTEF. We need your help to organize and support fundraising efforts, to develop the funding initiatives that fulfill our mission, and to identify potential business and individual partners that embrace the value of education as the foundation for our children.
We are very proud to have funded the ConnectUs! initiative and others like it that have helped gain Freehold Township Schools national recognition as an innovative leader in the use of technology in education. Recently, Freehold Township School District Superintendent, Dr. Ross Kasun, was invited to the White house as one of only 100 superintendents in the United States to represent districts that are forerunners in technology integration.
Click here to learn more about how our district is paving the way to help ensure that our nation's students are #FUTUREREADY.
STEAM Center Initiative
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Trinity Solar's Tom Pollock (left) and Bill Pollock (right) share a laugh with FTEF Chairman John Zalepka (center) at Monte Carlo Night. (Photo: Lorenzo Media Productions)
(Freehold, NJ) - The Freehold Township Education Foundation’s (FTEF) annual Monte Carlo Night Fundraiser, sponsored by Trinity Solar, was held at the beautiful Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club in Farmingdale on Friday, November 14, 2014. Over 240 guests turned out to support Freehold Township schools, raising more than $35,000 which will allow them to officially “connect” 100% of the classrooms in the Freehold Township School District. Guests were treated to a host of popular casino games which consisted Blackjack, Roulette, Craps and Poker, and then exchanged their chips for tickets to win raffle baskets contributed by members of the community. A limited 50/50 raffle was also held with cash prizes totaling over $6,000 awarded to three guests.
“We are thrilled to have the support of everyone who attended and the community sponsors that stepped up to help the schools, particularly Trinity Solar our event sponsor” said Doreen Bierman, Monte Carlo Night Chairperson. “We were also extremely lucky to have such a wonderful committee who worked tirelessly to put this event together,” noted Bierman. “Everyone gave 100 percent to create a fantastic evening.” read more
Investors Bank Care2Share program
Investors Bank is making it easy for you to support the Freehold Township Education Foundation, at no cost to you.
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