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Ways to Give

Community Partnership School is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, and your gift will be tax deductible to the full extent provided by law.


Direct Giving: Donate to CPS online or by mail through cash payment, check, or credit card. CPS also accepts gifts via wire transfer and gifts of stock. For more information, please contact the Advancement Office at (215)-235-0461 or info@cpsphilly.org.

Make checks payable to “Community Partnership School” and mail to:

Community Partnership School
c/o Advancement Office
1936 North Judson Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121


Planned Giving: Immediate or deferred gifts of cash or securities can provide lasting impact to the students of CPS – while providing tax benefits to you. Contact the Advancement Office to learn more about bequests to CPS.


United Way: Give via the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southeastern New Jersey Donor Choice Campaign. CPS is Donor Choice # 16200.


Matching Gift/Employee Giving Program: Ask your employer about matching your annual gift to CPS.


Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs: CPS is an approved Educational Improvement and Opportunity Scholarship (EITC & OSTC) organization. Contributions towards K-5th are eligible for tax credits up to 90%, and contributions towards the Pre-K are eligible for tax credits up to 100%. Click here or contact the Advancement Office to learn more.


The “3 Cs” Scholarship Fund: Witness the impact of your gift firsthand by participating in the “3 Cs” Scholarship Fund. Named after our core values of curiosity, courage, and compassion, the Scholarship Fund allows participants to foster a relationship with a class of students and watch them grow and unlock their potential year after year. For an annual commitment of $5,000, our scholarship partners receive direct communication from students throughout the year and participate in exclusive events with the cohort they are supporting. Contact the CPS Advancement Office at (215)-235-0461 or info@cpsphilly.org to find out how you can participate.