Berkeley Heights Rotary Club Donates to the
Berkeley Heights Education Foundation
June 12, 2013
Amy Stuart, president of the Berkeley Heights Education Foundation, accepts a generous donation of $2,000.00 from Michael Shapiro of the Berkeley Heights Rotary Club. The donation was supported by proceeds from the 32nd Annual Berkeley Heights Rotary Family Breakfast held in March of this year.
“ We greatly appreciate the rotary club’s generous donation to the BHEF,” said Amy Stuart, president, BHEF. “Both organizations are dedicated to enriching education in the Berkeley Heights community and we look forward to a long term partnership.”
Looking to acknowledge or give a gift to someone special in your child’s school? Berkeley Heights Education Foundation tributes are a great way to show your appreciation and thanks to teachers, principals, secretaries, guidance counselors, coaches, supervisors, aides, cafeteria staff, custodians and others in our educational community. To order a tribute, please see the attached Tributes Form.You will receive a Tribute card that can be signed by you or your child and proudly presented to each person honored with your donation. The BHEF will also present a special certificate to each person you have honored. Tributes may be ordered at any time during the year.
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|About The Berkeley Heights Education Foundation
The BHEF is a nonprofit organization that raises funds to support the Berkeley Heights Public Schools. We sponsor programs and organize events with the following goals in mind:
*Support innovative and creative educational programs for students and faculty
Thank you for being a part of our continuing efforts to support educational excellence in Berkeley Heights!