100 Women Who Care Make Biggest Donation Yet to Pearl City Education Foundation

Pearl City, Illinois — 100 Women Who Care-Stephenson County members raised a record amount of donations for the Pearl City Education Foundation.

Members donated a total of $12,550 which is $1,350 more than the last record 100 Women Who Care-Stephenson County gave.

The funds will provide monies for learning experiences for students beyond regular academic programs. In addition, the PCEF will also be able to offer scholarships for 2017 graduating seniors as well as provide grants to instructional staff for classroom supplies or the development of skills related to instruction.

The donations have given the  organization, established in 2013, the funds necessary to support students and staff with current needs.

Pictured R->L are  DeAnne Voss and Amy Krolow (100WWC co-founders), Shauna Endress (nominating 100WWC member and PCEF Vice President), Heather Farringer Dickman (100WWC co-founder), Jennifer Brinkmeier Petta (PCEF Secretary), Chris Wallace (100WWC Co-founder) and Tim Thill (PCEF Board Member)

Congratulations Pearl City Education Foundation.


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