Harrisburg – Senator Bob Mensch will be joining representatives from Bridge Educational Foundation, CSX Transportation, Enterprise Holdings and Waste Management who will announce the donation of $29,000 in scholarships to families of Montgomery County on October 3, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Coventry Christian School, located on 699 North Pleasant View Road, Pottstown, 19464.
Also attending the event are:
Bill Goetz, CSX Transportation
Bobby Keyes, Enterprise Holdings
Judy Archiblad, Waste Management
Senator John Rafferty
Representative Thomas Murt
Representative Marcy Toepel
Joseph Gerdes, Bridge Educational Foundation
Representatives from: Pope John Paul II High School; Blessed Teresa of Calcutta School; Red
Hill Christian School, St. Albert the Great School and Our Lady of Confidence Day School
Bridge Educational Foundation is a scholarship organization recognized as an approved 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and was established under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Foundation’s core mission is to partner families and schools with Pennsylvania businesses to provide scholarship opportunities throughout Pennsylvania. Based in Harrisburg, PA, Bridge Educational Foundation is currently one of the largest and most innovative scholarship organizations of its kind, raising more than $18 million to provide educational opportunities for low income families statewide. www.bridgeedu.org.