Due to budget cuts, children of low-income families are at risk of losing education programs.
These programs develop skills to promote kindergarten and elementary school readiness.
The A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning at the Schoenbaum Family Center offers an immersive learning environment for children ages six weeks to five years old. As a national model for best practices, our school provides full-day, year-round high-quality research-based education and child care with a commitment to diversity, inclusion and social justice. Our school is open to all families.
We believe that all children regardless of their zip code deserve a high-quality education. Local and state dollars are often not available in the summer months to help pay for this funding gap. This puts children and families at risk of losing continuous early childhood education. Our goal is to support all children in developing skills that promote kindergarten and elementary school readiness and a love of lifelong learning.
Your gift can support a child’s education from a low-income family in central Ohio.
- $650 Feeds one child a healthy breakfast, lunch and snack each school day during the summer months.
- $100 Supports a full week of summer school attendance for an at-risk child.
- $50 Provides a full year’s worth of art supplies for one child to develop motor skills and learn visually.
- $25 Donates three books to our JP Morgan Chase Library available to A. Sophie Rogers School and Weinland Park families to take home and read together.
Give to the SFC Summer Children’s Scholarship Program to support a child’s future.
Did you miss the Day of Giving? You can still give.
Are you staff or faculty? You can make your gift via payroll deduction.