The Education Foundation’s Emergency Grant program has helped the Niles Township Food Pantry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many Township families have found themselves in unimaginable situations, such as unemployment, threat of eviction, and food insecurity. The Foundation donated $10,000 to the Niles Township Food Pantry to help families put food on the table and an additional $2,200 towards the Food Pantry’s School Supply Drive. Backpacks equipped with school supplies to help students get ready for this unprecedented school year, which may be predominantly remote learning, were distributed to Pantry clients and several other students throughout the Township.
Mary Ann Pusateri, CEO of Partnership Financial Credit Union (second from right), presents a check for $1,000 to David Putrus, Treasurer & Secretary of The Education Foundation. PFCU) is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution, and the Niles Township Schools Credit Union was one of its founding partners. Today, PFCU is a full-service credit union serving more than 13,000 members.
Also shown is Samina Hussain, D219 liaison to the foundation (left). and (right), Harsi Gandhi, Student Director on the Foundation for Niles West High School.
Thank you to Niles West Class of 1987 for your generous donation of $2,216 to The Education Foundation (Supporting the Students of Niles Township) in honor of your 30th reunion celebration on May 27, 2017.
The Niles North Class of 1979 honored its successful 40th high school reunion by donating $1,200 to The Education Foundation.
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