Why Donate?

Camden Schools Foundation operates with zero overhead; so donations are not diluted on their way to the classroom and to scholarships for graduating seniors.

Please pitch in and make a difference in a child’s future.

The story behind Camden’s distinction as the nation’s poorest city is told in the following numbers. All impact the resources available to children and the quality of public education.

  • Only 62% of Camden’s students graduate high school, compared to 94% statewide.
  • Average household income is less than one third of other New Jersey cities.
  • Residents living below poverty line: 42%
  • Unemployment: 22%
  • Residents from 18-to-24 years old without high school diplomas: 22%
  • And, despite Camden’s emergence as a center for “Eds and Meds” and a recent infusion of technical companies, students have inadequate exposure to science education, research experiences and career paths that lead to family-sustaining jobs.
Camden Schools Foundation
M'Laja Rembert, a graduate of Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy & scholarship recipient, and Camden Schools Foundation Vice President Lynda McCollum-Hall at the Annual Scholarship Dinner in June 2016 at Pennsauken Country Club. Rembert will study psychology at Rutgers University New Brunswick.
 
 
Please click the button below to donate using a credit card or PayPal account.
Or, send a check to Camden Schools Foundation, PO Box 60, Haddonfield, NJ 08033.
Donations to Camden Schools Foundation qualify for tax exemption under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
Thank you.