WASD Education Foundation

'Creating powerful classrooms, inspiring futures'

Today’s school districts need financial support above and beyond their budgets. The WASD Education Foundation is a the district's nonprofit affiliate that works to raise supplemental funding to support educational innovation, the arts, athletics and scholarships.

Established in 2004, WASDEF is led by a volunteer board of directors whose members represent a broad segment of the community.

Since 2004, the Education Foundation has been supporting students and teachers across the district with the financial resources provided by donors. Just since 2012, WASDEF has both raised and allocated more than $1.6 million to the  district in support of capital projects, programs, initiatives and scholarships. In that same time period, the Foundation has grown by $466,000. 

For more than a decade, WASDEF has grown in its mission in supporting students across the district by promoting, sponsoring and encouraging educational activities, having generated more than $1.7 million in net assets. In 2017, WASDEF was named as one of the Top 10 Performing School Foundations in Pennsylvania in a doctoral study at Point Park University in Pittsburgh.

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How can I help?

The Foundation strives to grow its assets to the point where it will be able to help fund a wide variety of programs which will benefit students of all ages in the district — and there are a number of ways to contribute to that effort. We invite donations from individuals, civic groups, corporations and other nonprofits. All donations are tax deductible and help to support the growth and development of our students across all grade levels.

To make a cash donation by check, mail to:

WASD Education Foundation
2780 West Fourth St.
Williamsport, PA 17701

To make a secure online gift by credit card, click here.

Plan Your Gift: To learn about more ways to give, click here.

Stevens Principal with big check.

Questions?

Mr. Greg Hayes, Executive Director
570-327-5500 x40602
ghayes@wasd.org