Donate to ECEF:
Donate at no cost to you: www.Smile.Amazon.com and select the Exeter Community Education Foundation as your charity here.
Businesses donate via the EITC Program.
ECEF Quarterly Meeting March 1 at 7:00 pm at Lausch. All welcome.
The Exeter Community Education Foundation (ECEF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the education of students in the Exeter School District.
You can help the students and our community through joining, participating, and contributing your time, passion, and money to the ECEF.
“Gift With A Future” Program
Show your appreciation to someone who is a special mentor in your child’s life. This could be your child’s teacher, coach, librarian, bus driver, family member or daycare provider. It could be simply to honor your child for excellent academic performance, service achievement, positive attitude or ANY accomplishment. Whatever the reason, your donation will help our foundation’s efforts to enhance and enrich student programs throughout the Exeter Township School District. This is a great HOLIDAY or ANYTIME gift to show that you care. The honoree will receive printed notification that a gift has been made to ECEF by the donor. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. ECEF is a 501(C)(3) entity. Click here for the form and more information!
First Priority Bank Makes Donation to ECEF
First Priority Bank recently made a $5,000 donation to the Exeter Community Education Foundation as part of their ongoing participation in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. A special thank you to ECEF EITC recent donors Quadrant Engineering Plastics Products ($5,000 in 2016), BB&T Bank ($2,500 in 2016), First Priority Bank ($5,000 in 2016), Pediatric Therapeutic Services, and Riverview Bank. The ECEF welcomes EITC contributions from other businesses as well.
9th Annual Golf Tournament August 5, 2016
Thank you for making the 9th Annual ECEF Golf Classic on August 5, 2016 a success! Photos available on our Facebook page.
ECEF Articles in the ETSD Fall 2015 Newsletter
Read all about how you, your neighbors, and friends are working to help provide funding for educational programs and activities through the Exeter Community Education Foundation in the Exeter Township School District Fall 2015 Newsletter. Also, get an update on the ECEF News and our thanks to the many ECEF Golf Outing, Color Run, EITC tax credit program, and other donors and sponsors in the ETSD Fall 2015 Newsletter.
Seated from left are Dr. Harlan Kutscher (secretary), Matt Hathaway (vice-president), Ken Levan (president), Linda Misterkiewicz. Standing from left are Dr. Nick Corbo, Ed Yoder, Ellen Albright, Mackenzie Anton, Debra Franklin, Nikki Smith, Pamela Mullins, Bonnie Lutz, Angela Cooke, Superintendent Dr. Beverly Martin, Jeff Bukowsky, Jim Seidel, Brad Kissam, Jen Seelig, Karen Gorel, and Jason Shaffer. Missing from the photo are Ken Smith, Dr. Glenn Corbin, Dr. Patrick Borja, Carole Kutscher, Ed Peifer (Treasurer), Maryn Hubiak, and Hamid Chaudhry. Photo by Jeff Franklin.
Watch for the new Exeter Community Education Foundation (ECEF) and Teachers In the Parks (TIPS) banners at the Exeter Senior High School stadium and gym.
ECEF Exeter Color in the Park Success
Thank you to our participants, volunteers, and sponsors for making the Second Annual ECEF Exeter Color in the Park Run/Walk fun and successful! Get more information on our FaceBook and web site pages.
Exeter Community Education Foundation (ECEF) was founded in 2008 and is dedicated to encouraging community-wide participation and philanthropy, including post-secondary scholarships, in order to enhance and expand enrichment opportunities for all students.
Virtual Field Trip
Watch Reiffton students take a virtual field trip to the World War II museum using the distance learning camera purchased with ECEF funds.
Virtual Field Trip
Interactive Whiteboard Technology
Watch how Exeter students are using interactive whiteboard technology to learn in a variety of new ways! The Foundation has recently approved the purchase of a SmartBoard for Reiffton School and will be conducting fundraising activities to fund additional SmartBoards in district classrooms. Check out your dollars at work in our schools!
PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program for Businesses
Beyond the direct benefit of investing in future of our students and community, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania also offers a compelling method to both contribute to the ECEF while providing huge tax benefits. Pennsylvania businesses may contribute to education foundations and receive tax credits through the PA EITC program.
A special thank you to ECEF EITC recent donors Quadrant Engineering Plastics Products ($5,000 in 2016), BB&T Bank ($2,500 in 2016), First Priority Bank ($5,000 in 2016), Pediatric Therapeutic Services, and Riverview Bank.
The ECEF has been approved for the PA EITC program. Click here for more information on PA EITC tax credits. Click here to go to the PA Department of Community and Economic Development's EITC web page.
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