The Lawrenceville School Tops $1.5 Million in Donations to LTEF

Pictured from left to right: Rick Smith (Vice President, LTEF); Amy Davis (President, LTEF); Karen Faiman (Executive Director of LTEF); & Steve Murray (Lawrenceville School Head Master)

This month, Lawrenceville School Head Master Steve Murray was pleased to present $65,000, the School’s annual donation, to the Lawrence Township Education Foundation (LTEF). Since 1995, the School has donated a total of $1,505 000 to LTEF. Lawrenceville also provides event sponsorship and numerous in-kind services, including office space.

“We are delighted that the Lawrenceville School continues to recognize the value of the LTEF in our public schools and continues to be one of our organization’s largest donors. It’s because of its long-standing commitment to be a partner and good neighbor in our community, that we are able to make a difference in the education of every student, in every Lawrence Public School,” said Amy Davis, President, Lawrence Township Education Foundation Board of Trustees.

LTEF raises funds from individuals, local businesses, corporations, and foundations for programs that foster excellence, creativity, and achievement in education for all students in Lawrence Township Public Schools. Through grant requests from teachers and school administrators, LTEF funds programs that will have a substantial and lasting impact on Lawrence Township public school students.

“I am impressed by the inventive and inspired programs LTEF supports every year for Lawrence Township students. These opportunities are made possible by the creativity of dedicated educators and LTEF volunteers,” said Lawrenceville School Head Master Steve Murray. “I’m pleased that the Lawrenceville School is able to support these meaningful efforts and I’m eager to see what teachers and their students will accomplish in 2018-19.”

The Lawrenceville School’s donation to the LTEF, along with other funding, makes it possible for area schools to receive support for a wide variety of educational programs and needs.

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