Corporations for Education is the business committee of the Foundation
that unites companies with student programs.
A five-year commitment allows for programs to develop and become sustainable.
Corporations for Education
Since its inception in 2007, more than $550,000 has directly supported program such as Penn Robotics, Kingsmen Art Gallery, Running is Elementary, Gibson Mentoring Program, Young Author's Conference, and FLL NCI Tournament
In 2007, May Oberfell Lorber wanted to partner with P-H-M Walt Disney Elementary, its neighbor to the east. Soon, other businesses wanted to join May Oberfell Lorber in supporting P-H-M schools and programs through an on-going commitment. A five-year commitment allows P-H-M teachers to develop and sustain innovative programs that have an immediate and lasting impact on students.
For more information about CFE and how to join, contact Jennifer Turnblom at firstname.lastname@example.org or (574) 254-2893.
Did you know ....
Area Businesses in Partnership and Gain Marketing Exposure
Logo in all 15 schools
Digital Frames in all P-H-M schools with scrolling events and partners' logos
Company logo on specific events t-shirts such as Running is Elementary and Robotics
On-site at events
Businesses such as Barnes & Noble at Young Author's Conference (above), golf outing, Running is Elementary, and more!
Other example of our commitments
CFE supports high school students participating in STEM related activities. Annual commitment -$5,000
Gibson Mentoring Program
After-school mentoring program at P-H-M Title 1 schools. Annual commitment - $5,000
Laidig Systems directly pledges financial support to four P-H-M schools. Annual commitment - $20,000
Partners with local affiliate to provide in-class education at the middle schools. Annual commitment - $1,000