On May 29, 1998 the first CEFgrant applications were approved for $2,402 for 7 teacher programs.
|Children’s Park||Lynne Dunn||Longstreth||$500|
|Science Fiction||Frank Klose||Klinger||$300|
|Tastes of Asia||Robert Stremme||Longstreth||$150|
|Continent of Asia||Keely Mahan||McDonald||$500|
|Craven Hall||Woody Martin||Willow Dale||$250|
|Latin Club||Molly Leahy||WTHS||$323|
|Homework Wiz||Kathryn Dusen||Davis||$379|
In 2016 CEF awarded $138,000 to programming for our students including:
$37,000 from Educational Improvement Tax Credit Funds $69,000 from the Eli Lilly Company
$11,000 from PRA Health Services $21,000 in grant awards
The most telling statistic of all is not the money raised or awarded, but the number of students impacted by our programs. In 2016 over 7000 students were impacted by the programs that happened in our Centennial classrooms. So while CEF has raised almost $1,000,000 over its 20 year tenure, more importantly, we have helped impact the educational lives of over 80,000 students.*
*This data is based on approximate numbers of students impacted over the years and approximate funds raised.
GRANTS IN ACTION
We are proud to sponsor grants that take children from the school classroom to the experimental classroom. We work jointly with Home and School Associations to help bring programs to schools and to support programs that necessitate a different atmosphere for learning.