“Every donation is greatly appreciated and goes a long way toward helping students and teachers”
Tom Nicholas, Former CEF President
Donations are being accepted through the end of October. Checks made out to CEF should be mailed to
Joslyn Delancey, CEA, 21 Oak Street, Suite 500, Hartford, CT 06106.
Who benefits from CEF?
Established in 1991, the nonprofit Connecticut Education Foundation consists of four funds:
The Edward J. Boland Fund provides relief for active CEA members facing extraordinary or catastrophic personal circumstances, such as a serious family illness, unforeseen disaster, or other financial crisis.
- The Children’s Fund supplies basic necessities such as clothing, food, medicine, eyeglasses, and hearing aids for children in need.
- The Ethnic Minority Scholarship Fund supports qualified ethnic minority high school seniors intending to enter the teaching profession in Connecticut.
- The DiGiovanni Future Teachers Scholarship Fund supports children of CEA members who plan to follow their parents into the teaching profession.