The New Hope-Solebury (NHS) Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides grant funding to our schools to enhance the quality of education for our students. The NHS Education Fund raises money for innovative grants to fund projects that are not supported by the school budget.
NHS Education Fund Grants
Branches Books for the Upper Elementary Library
Virtual Visit from Author Kwame Alexander
UES TV Studio
HS STEAM Initiatives
Ten Thousand Flowers Art Mural Project
Audio Interface, Microphones, and Cables for Students to Assemble a Virtual Music Ensemble
Two iPads for Special Education Students
UES Garden Maintenance
Microbits for Middle School STEM
EXAMPLES OF GRANTS
Author Visits & Film Screenings
Author visits with Matt de la Pena, Kwame Alexander, and more, along with film screenings such as Screenangers: Growing Up in the Digital Age have been possible with our grant funding.
We have funded multiple Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) grants including: Dash & Dot robots, Ozobots, Little Bits, Hummingbird robotics kits, 3D printers and scanners, infared cameras, and more.
Our grants include other educational support projects such as: LES Learning Support Sensory Room, Afterschool Yoga, LES Natural Playground Materials, Hope & Sole Cafe, UES Edible Garden, The Lions Roar, Theater Lighting, and our Athletic Hall of Fame.
Pictured: Hope & Sole Cafe
The HS Hope and Sole Cafe is a coffee shop run by the NHS National Honor Society and students in intensive learning support. Together, students learn entrepreneurship and life skills through working in their own coffee shop.