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CSF’s Fall Newsletter Released

coverimageThis just in: the Fall 2013 CSF newsletter is here! Click through to read:

  • A special thank you from a CSF parent;
  • Coverage on the recent NY rally for education tax credits;
  • News on CSF alumni graduation rates;
  • Highlights of CSF and CSF partner events across the country;
  • A feature on a Harlem cooking workshop for CSF families,
  • And much, much more!

You can read and download the newsletter here. If you would like a hard copy, please email us.

Have a wonderful holiday season from all of us at the Children’s Scholarship Fund!

 

Read All About It: CSF’s Spring Newsletter Is Here

The latest CSF newsletter has just arrived from the printer.Spring13CoverWEB

Download the Spring 2013 newsletter to read:

  • Coverage of CSF Chair Mike McCurry’s recent speech on parental choice;
  • News about the Graduating Class of 2013 and one special college grad;
  • Highlights of CSF and CSF partner events across the country;
  • An update on our Stay in School Fund for families affected by Hurricane Sandy,
  • And much, much more!

You can read and download the newsletter here. If you would like a hard copy, please email us.

 

CSF’s Fall Newsletter Is Here!

Read all about it! The latest CSF newsletter is hot off the presses.  Fall12NewsletterCoverWeb

Click through to the Fall 2012 newsletter to read:

  • Updates on CSF alumni graduation rates and the latest studies;
  • Highlights of CSF events in NYC and CSF partner events nationwide;
  • News about the Teddy Forstmann Scholarship Program, launched this fall,
  • And much, much more!

You can read and download the newsletter here.

Season’s Greetings and Happy Reading from Children’s Scholarship Fund!

Catch up with the latest CSF Newsletter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read all about it! The latest CSF newsletter is hot off the presses.

Some of the newsletter highlights include:

  • A tribute to CSF Co-Founder Ted Forstmann;
  • Updates from our partners across the nation;
  • Photos from a recent CSF alumni event;
  • A reminder about our Pamella Roland online auction, and
  • A feature on St. George’s Independent School in Memphis.


Spring ’11 Newsletter is Here

Spring is here, in full-swing, and so is CSF’s latest newsletter! The six-page newsletter features a lot of exciting news from our partners across the country, a brief on the parental choice movement, and a story on a reception held here in NYC celebrating our program. “The Last Word” feature highlights two very special people as well: Adam Brenner, a CSF supporter, and Hansel López, a former CSF Scholar and recent college grad.

You can read and download the newsletter here. If you would like a hardcopy, please email Angelica Zamudio.

Happy reading!

Season’s Greetings from CSF

It’s that time of year again. Our latest newsletter, Required Reading – Volume VII, Issue III, is now available. Check it out today to read a very special holiday message from CSF President Darla Romfo and get the latest news about CSF happenings. Here’s a preview:

As always, thanks for tuning in. And remember, this is the second week of voting for CSF at Members Project. We are currently in 2nd place and we need your votes. One vote truly makes a difference! If you haven’t voted yet this week, vote here now!

A Burst of Freshness

CSF is bursting with fresh news, and the latest issue of Required Reading gives you the entire scoop (unfortunately it doesn’t come with an ice cream scoop).

First off, read about the latest event featuring Whitney Tilson’s presentation, “A Right Denied: The Critical Need for Genuine School Reform.” See photos from the event and find out where to check out videos too. We are also proud to announce the launch of our new website. Thanks to the grant from the Taproot Foundation and the  pro bono work from the Taproot Team, our website gives a new look into CSF’s work, with access to family stories, updates on the latest CSF news, and a whole new apply page for interested parents. Lastly, we wouldn’t be who we are without our families and partner programs, so read about the Santiago sisters and get an update on our partners in Omaha, all on page 3.

As always, happy reading!

If you would like a hard copy of any issue, please email azamudio@scholarshipfund.org.