Friends of Princeton Charter School is the school's parent-teacher organization formed to support the needs of PCS. Friends of PCS organize many fun and community-building events throughout the year and provide services that help the school. The school counts on substantial support from Friends raised at our Annual Spring Benefit.
As a donor, you will be joining hands with Friends of PCS in helping to fund technological up grades, school programs, facility improvements, school events, classroom needs, clubs, and extra-curricular activities. Princeton Charter School is a public charter school and therefore has restrictions on State provided funds. We really count on donations to help meet the other needs of the school. The school would not be able to maintain it's excellent standards without the generous support of individuals and businesses in our community.
Your generous donation allows the school to maintain a solid reputation of academic excellence that Princeton Charter School enjoys and helps support the school’s position as a leading example of successful charter schools in the state and in the country.
Thank you for your support of Princeton Charter School,
Friends of Princeton Charter School Executive Committee
Trusha Shah, President
Taru Sinha, Vice President
Linda Danielson, Secretary
Roxanna Choe, Treasurer
Robin Birkel, Homeroom & New Parent Coordinator
Friends of Princeton Charter School is a charitable non-profit corporation under section 501 c (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by law. EIN# 22-3483674
All items donated to Friends of Princeton Charter School are deductible for income tax purposes at their present market value. Friends of Princeton Charter School is not required to value the property it receives from the donor – IRS code places the responsibility for estimating the “Fair Market Value” upon the donor. Friends of Princeton Charter School does not promote goods or services in consideration, in whole or in part, for any property contributed, i.e., you did not receive anything in exchange for your donation.