HHEF Circle Partners
The HHEF is grateful for the businesses in our community that are committed to investing in bright futures for the students of Hatboro-Horsham School District. We have found that our partners not only want to provide much-needed financial support for our programs, but also, have volunteered their time and staff resources to deepen their impact within the schools.
To explore the many ways your business can partner with the HHEF, contact Stephanie Simon, Interim Director.
Become a sponsor of the HHEF’s first ever Walk for Education Weekend! In partnership with Horsham Township and the Borough of Hatboro, the HHEF invites community members to “step-out” for education! Taking place on the trails of Horsham and on the store-lined sidewalks of Hatboro, this completely outdoor, self-directed and self-timed Walk for Education Weekend will raise awareness of HHEF and will raise funds for our on-going commitment to innovation in education -- a hallmark of HHEF and Hatboro-Horsham Schools.
To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities, which begin at $350, please click here or contact Stephanie Simon, Interim Director.
Become a sponsor of the HHEF’s largest fundraiser of the year, Hatters Hold ‘Em. In Partnership with Horsham Township and Hatboro Township, the HHEF hosts an evening of casino table games, great food, music and fun at Talamore Country Club. Last year’s event was an incredible success and raised nearly $40,000 to support extraordinary learning experiences for the students in the Hatboro-Horsham School District.
To learn more about Hatters Hold ‘Em sponsorship opportunities, which begin at $350, please contact Stephanie Simon, Interim Director.
The HHEF is an approved Educational Improvement Organization in the state of Pennsylvania and is eligible to receive contributions via the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, the program can offer participating businesses a tax credit equal to 75% of their contribution (or 90% for a two-year commitment) to an Educational Innovative Organization, like the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation.