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“The road to success is not crowded because while most are looking for ways to take, the truly successful people are finding ways to give. With a giving attitude, every situation is an opportunity for success.”
– Author Unknown

Event Sponsorship & Marketing Opportunities: CSC Sponsorships 2019

In-kind donors – Looking to get rid of new or gently used children’s books? Or would you like to “adopt” a low- income family around the holidays? CSC is always looking for groups or organizations to hold drives that would benefit the families and programs.

Monetary donors – Do children have a special place in your heart? Let Community Services for Children be your charity of choice! Contact us today for a tour or information on how we prepare children and their families to succeed. Click below to donate or contact Celeste Voyer at

Donation Line, – looking to get rid of an old vehicle? Let Donation Line help you find a buyer and 90 percent of proceeds will be donated to CSC. For further information and guidelines please visit their website.

Looking to fulfill an internship?
Contact us for opportunities in Development, Early Education, Finance and Office Administration.

Educational Investment Tax Credit (EITC)

EITC has accomplished what many in Pennsylvania have been advocating for years — a way for the business community to be directly involved in improving education. EITC enables companies to support local nonprofit charities such as Community Services for Children at minimal cost to your business.

The program is administered by Pennsylvania’s Department of Community and Economic Development and is a way for businesses to enrich educational opportunities for students while earning tax credits. Through EITC, eligible businesses can receive tax credits equal to 75 percent of their contribution, up to $750,000 per taxable year. The tax credit may be increased to 90 percent of the contribution if the business agrees to provide the same amount for two consecutive tax years.

Organizations able to accept EITC donations are designated in one of three categories:

  • Pre-K Scholarship Organizations (PKSO)
  • Educational Innovation Organizations (EIO)
  • K-12 Scholarship Organizations (SO)

Community Services for Children (CSC) offers both a Pre-K Scholarship Organization (PKSO) that funds scholarships for low-income children and an Educational Innovation Organization (EIO) program, which funds CSC’s Innovation Labs, unique, specialized classrooms designed to enhance the development of 21st-century skills including executive functioning, problem solving, creativity and teamwork, with a special emphasis on STEM, language and literacy and the arts.

Why support CSC through EITC?

Education is the single most important investment we can make to ensure successful participation in today’s economy. It starts with making sure all children have access to high-quality early childhood education so they have a chance to build a solid foundation from which to learn and grow throughout their lives. Children who participate in high-quality early learning programs are 35 percent more likely to graduate from high school, four times more likely to graduate from college and 42 percent more likely to be employed consistently as adults. Your investment today helps build a strong community for tomorrow.

Business Application Timeline

  • May 15 – Business applicants who have fulfilled their two-year commitment and wish to reapply in FY 19/20 to renew their two-year commitment
  • May 15 –Businesses who are in the middle of a two-year commitment
  • July 1 – All other businesses, including initial applicants and those applicants wishing to submit an additional application on top of their previously submitted two-year commitment.

To learn more about EITC, contact Celeste Voyer at 610-437-6000, ext. 2101, or