Dover-Sherborn Education Fund to Raise Money with Annual Phonathon

For more information visit the DSEF website.

The following was provided the Dover Sherborn Education Fund.

The Dover-Sherborn Education Fund will hold their annual Phonathon on Monday February 6th and Tuesday, February 7th, 2012.

During the early evening hours, volunteer parents with children in the Dover Sherborn regional school system will be making calls on behalf of DSEF for its annual appeal.

DSEF is a non-profit, community-supported organization that funds grants for the Dover Sherborn regional school system.  Grants are presented by the faculty and administration with awards announced in the spring.

Since 1984, the DSEF grant program has provided the school district with over $3 million in supplemental funding. These funds have been used to enhance art, science, technology, athletics and cultural enrichment, as well as some core curriculum in our schools. Every dollar contributed to DSEF helps our schools go beyond the scope of the tax supported budget and provides extraordinary opportunities for our children. Through this additional enrichment, the Dover Sherborn Schools are able to differentiate themselves and earn meaningful results and recognition.

DSEF is proud to support our schools and enrich the education of our children.  We greatly appreciate the support of the Dover and Sherborn communities.  If you have not already done so, please consider supporting DSEF during the Phonathon.

All donations to the DSEF Phonathon are tax-deductible. DSEF would like to thank everyone in advance for their support in enhancing our children’s education.

For further information about DSEF, please visit the DSEF website at www.DSEF.com.


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