CSFB events

CSFB is a Winning Ticket for Some Lucky Baltimore Families

  Each spring, low-income Baltimore families who have filled out the proper forms and applied for a scholarship through Children's Scholarship Fund Baltimore anxiously wait to hear the news. Maybe their K-8 son or daughter will be able to go to the private school of their choice. After the paperwork is filed, CSFB calculates the number of graduating 8th graders and begins the process of informing families who have been selected to replace these graduating students. This is what we call CSFB "Lottery Day." It is an absolute joy to be part of this process. Knowing how important school choice [...]

Make an Impact in Baltimore City on #GivingTuesday

Last year, Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore participated in #GivingTuesday and thanks to you, we raised $3,498 — enough to give a scholarship to one low-income student! This year, CSFB's #GivingTuesday goal is $5,000, and with your help, we can continue to have a direct and immediate impact on the lives of the low-income Baltimore families we serve. With a 97% high school graduation rate and 84% of our students going on to college, donating to our tuition-assistance program is a fantastic return on a modest ($2,000 per student per year) investment. There are currently over 400 families are on our waiting list to receive support. We need YOUR help to meet [...]

National School Choice Week Event

National School Choice Week, a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort which is independently planned by a diverse and growing coalition of individuals, schools, and organizations allows participants to advance their own messages of educational opportunity. Parents, students, teachers, administrators, and members of the Board of Trustees of Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore (CSFB) will celebrate National School Choice Week Thursday, January 30th from 7 am to 8 am outside of CSFB’s offices at 1000 St. Paul Street. We’ll pass out 100 School Choice scarves and serve donuts, coffee and hot chocolate to attendees and spread the word about the need for, and benefits of, school […]