Parsippany Education Foundation, Inc.
The Parsippany Education Foundation celebrated 25 years of giving back to the students of the Parsippany-Troy Hills school district. Over $400,000 in grants and scholarships have been awarded to our 14 district schools and graduating seniors since 1996.
PEF was honored at the November 18, 2021 Board of Education meeting for its 25 years of service to the school community. President Stella Gizas was presented with a commemorative plaque.
November 10th - Jeans Day for Education
What a great show of support! A big thank you to our district teachers and staff who participated in our Fall 2021 Jeans Day. We raised $1,985.
Announcements & Upcoming Events
The Foundation raises funds throughout the year by hosting various events and through generous donations from Corporate and Community Members.
PEF awarded $10,480.00 in grants and scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year. Click here to see the full list of our most recently approved grants as well as past grants.
Congratulations to our 2021 scholarship recipients! PEF awarded two very deserving graduating Parsippany seniors a $1,000 scholarship. This year's winners were Clayton Bernauer from Parsippany High School, and Taylor Zitelli from Parsippany Hills High School. We wish them the best of luck!
Our annual Tom Ladas Memorial Golf Classic is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and is typically held in May. We look forward to being able to host it again once conditions are safe to do so. Until then, click here to see some photos from our past outings, and check back later for more details on future events.
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How you can help
The Foundation is a listed recipient of the United Way of Morris County and participates in Blue Foundry Bank's Community Alliance Program (CAP). Since we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, tax-deductible donations to the Foundation may be matched by corporations as well. Please check with your employer.
Direct donations are very appreciated, and can be mailed to:
The Parsippany Education Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1996 to enrich the opportunities and experiences of students in the Parsippany-Troy Hills School District. Its Board of Directors consists of volunteers committed to developing a community of learners. The Foundation awards proposals put forth by the three groups who have direct involvement in the learning process: students, educators, and parents. By encouraging a triadic approach to planning educational innovations, ideas will gain strength since they have the support of all three groups from the onset.