(215) 420-5261

229 Meetinghouse Rd

Horsham, PA 19044

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Our Mission

The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to encourage excellence and to enhance and enrich educational opportunities offered to the students of the Hatboro-Horsham School District.

Our Foundation is a volunteer organization working in partnership with the Hatboro-Horsham School Board, administration, faculty, staff, and students as we design and implement programs enhancing the HHSD curriculum and our students’ lives.

Since 1987, the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation (HHEF) has proudly been enhancing the learning experience of Hatboro-Horsham students. The HHEF has had a direct impact on thousands of students by awarding more than 300 Innovative Learning Grants totaling more than one million dollars to Hatboro-Horsham teachers and principals.

 

HHEF Board Members

& Staff

The HHEF is fortunate to have a Board of Directors comprised of dedicated individuals who generously contribute their time, talent, and financial support to the HHEF’s mission throughout the year.

Carey Rhodes
President
Carin Kajari
Financial Secretary
Jennifer Hammel
Secretary
Robert Reichert
Treasurer
Tara Conner-Hallston
Brea D'Angelo
Kelly Eberle
Sharon Gallo
Dr. Curtis Griffin
Diane Hegele
Lisa Quinn
Robert Johnston
Linda Roehner
TaraLee Kepner
Andy Santacroce
Christopher Lyman
Dr. Monica J. Taylor
Kevin McCabe
William Walker
Stephanie Yoder
Executive Director
Barbora Salomon
Communications &
Administrative Coordinator
 

The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) organization registered with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations that values and celebrates each gift from our generous Partners.

This support is used to fund our Innovative Learning Grants for teachers to implement classroom projects that directly impact learning for Hatboro-Horsham School District students. Our Partners also provide funding for our educational and cultural programs for students as well as the local community.

 

Individuals, families or companies can make annual gifts to support our mission. We recognize several different levels of support through our annual gift recognition program as seen on this page.

If you would like to learn more about becoming an HHEF Partner, please contact Executive Director, Stephanie Yoder at 215-420-5033 or email syoder@hatboro-horsham.org.

Click here to learn more about corporate giving

di Sabatino/Giugliano/
Munick Family

Jen & Dean Hammel

Alura

Chapman Ford

Cozen O'Conner

Code Inspections

Fabulforas

Gilmore & Associates

Kilycone & Nesbitt

Mass Mutual

Michael Baker International

Kirkland Printing

Rotary Club of Hatboro

Rotary Club of Horsham

HH Education Association

Days Inn - Horsham

Goddard School

KCBA Architects

Grim, Biehn & Thatcher

Mabel Anne's Creations

Schradergroup Architects

State Farm Insurance - Bob Johnston

William Walker - Horsham Township Manager

 

HHEF History

Established by a group of business people and educators in 1987, the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation is the oldest educational foundation affiliated with a school district in Pennsylvania.

The founding vision championed two ideas: providing programs that add value to the community from a cultural perspective, and providing funding through a granting process to teachers and principals for innovative educational projects for the benefit of the students in the Hatboro-Horsham School District.

Since 1987, the HHEF has brought many notable figures to the Hatboro-Horsham community, such as former First Lady, Barbara Bush; foreign correspondent, Andrea Mitchell; doctor, activist and clown, Dr. Patch Adams; underwater explorer, Dr. Robert Ballard; and political pundits Mary Matalin and James Carville. Nearly every public event is accompanied by an opportunity for Hatboro-Horsham students to experience the event in one of the district schools, allowing for direct exposure to those the HHEF most want to impact.

With student enrichment as its primary goal, the HHEF, since its inception, has awarded more than one million dollars in Innovative Learning Grants to teachers and principals for projects that enrich the district’s curriculum and public education. The HHEF values and depends upon the combined total support of all aspects of our community members. Thank you in advance to those of you who have become or are considering becoming a supporter of the HHEF in some way.