"The work of the Bronxville School Foundation profoundly supports the Bronxville Promise and its purpose by advancing educational opportunities and providing resources for students to engage, employ, and embody each of its four dispositions and the heart of the Promise."
- Rachel L. Kelly, Ph.D., Superintendent


To enhance the quality of public education in our community


The Foundation solicits donations from the community to award grants to high-impact projects the District budget cannot fund.

100% of your donation goes to improving your child's education

The Foundation has funded nearly every new initiative in technology, curriculum, teaching techniques and innovative classroom design in recent years

The Foundation performs extensive due diligence on every grant application

Foundation dollars accelerate improvement - ideas funded in May are often up and running in September


Anti-Bullying Grant Continues to Reap Benefits

As fourth graders called “quiet on the set,” they took on the roles of actors and filmmakers to create anti-bullying public service announcements. Equipped with professional-quality camera equipment and lighting, they partnered with Mike Feurstein, a filmmaker, educator and DON’T WAIT to UnMake a Bully program creator, to model a movie set and fulfill their…

"Project Let Us Seed Fund You" Grant Drives Entrepreneurship

By Blaine Malefatto, Syntax June 5, 2024: Bronxville High School juniors Marcus Jun, Mason Lo and Gamunu Withana have created a nonprofit organization, Novelty Innovations, to catalyze and enhance students’ interests and abilities in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) They’ve built STEAM kits that focus on permaculture, which is an approach to a self-regenerative ecosystem, to give back to…

BSF Awards $658,000 in Grants to Benefit the Bronxville School

By Sam Patterson, VP, Public Relations, The Bronxville School Foundation May 15th, 2024: The Bronxville School Foundation announced its 2024 grant awards, giving $658,000  in resources to benefit the Bronxville School’s K-12 student body.  The grant requests came from teachers, administrators, coaches, parents, and students.  This year’s grants supported meaningful projects designed to enrich the…

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