The Hopewell Valley Education Foundation (HVEF) has launched its “Power of 100” annual fund campaign to support school projects and priorities throughout the Hopewell Valley Regional School District. This is the fifth year of the campaign and the goal is to raise $25,000 to provide new 3-D printers for the district’s media centers as well as grants to educate media specialists.
“This year, our ‘Power of 100’ annual fund gifts will directly support our school district’s initiative to increase the quality of student-centered instruction,” said Kevin Kuchinski, HVEF president.“The result will be an environment of active learning, cooperation, and problem-solving that effectively equips our students to face the demands of a quickly changing world,”
Over the past 18 years, HVEF has raised more than $500,000 for the school district’s programs, activities, and teacher grants aimed at enriching the educational experience of Hopewell Valley students.
“Our Board is 100 percent behind this year’s campaign. The board members know the significance of their gifts and the impact they’ll have on faculty and students,” said Paul Bell, chair of this year’s “Power of 100” campaign. “Now we are asking Hopewell Valley residents to lend their support to the campaign to enable our schools to provide the very best to all students throughout the district.
Donations can be made online on the HVEF Website.