FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP — The Freehold Township Education Foundation raised more than $22,000 at its annual fundraiser held in November.
With these funds, the foundation will be able to launch STEAM212, a campaign to transform the media centers in several schools in the Freehold Township K-8 School District, according to a press release.
The Freehold Township Education Foundation is a nonprofit foundation that was created to raise money to fund innovative programs for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade classes in science, technology, the environment, the arts, health, diversity and other areas that are evolving rapidly in the 21st century, according to the press release.
Parents and community members are invited to monthly meetings. For more information: 732-610-7645 or www.ftefnj.org.