Clockwise from top left: The Foundation logo; a Hillcrest Intermediate student participates in a Foundation-funded project called "The 21st Century Art Room"; two Hillcrest students conduct research for a Foundation-funded project called "Squeaky Clean or Not?"; Foundation President Jack Boylan with teachers who received Educator Innovation Grants; Foundation Vice President James Duffy, Esq., and Treasurer John Wilson with Norwin High School students who earned the inaugural Thomas J. and Gladys Sowash Stoker Scholarship in 2010.
The Norwin School District Community Foundation is affiliated with the Norwin School District and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was created in 2007.
Our goal is to develop programs and activities benefiting Norwin School District students, to develop and increase community philanthropy, to develop and administer scholarship funds for graduates of Norwin School District, and to support educational programs.
Since our inception in 2007, The Foundation has provided 34 scholarships totaling $82,108. Additionally, the Foundation has an Educator Innovations Grant program for teachers that benefitted 525 students in its inaugural year and is slated to benefit 260 students in its second year.
To learn more about our programs and organization, please browse the links to the left.
If you have questions, please contact Mr. Jonathan Szish, who serves as executive director of the Norwin School District Community Foundation. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 724-861-3000 ext. 1150.