The Lawrence Township School Foundation is marking its 30th anniversary. The organization says it has contributed more than $4 million to educational programs since 1983.

September 12, 2013

News Release

Indianapolis, Ind. — The Lawrence Township School Foundation (LTSF) celebrates its 30th Anniversary of impacting Lawrence Township students. The Foundation, created by community members interested in promoting the tradition of excellence for our schools, has given back over $4.1 million in support since 1983.

“We are excited to celebrate our 30th year of investing in our schools and are so thankful for our community of supporters who generously share of their time, talent, and treasures to make this all possible,” states, Cori Korn, Executive Director. The donations received by the Foundation help fund programs such as the MACS (high schools tutoring centers), the AVID program, Up & Running, Creative Impact Grants, the district health initiative and more.

To celebrate this milestone, LTSF is running a 30 for 30 Campaign September 15th through September 21st, 2013 asking the community to donate $1 for each of their 30 years. To make an online donation visit or call 317-423-8300.

Located in the Northeast corner of Indianapolis, the Lawrence Township School Foundation serves MSDLT Lawrence Township. Its mission is to connect philanthropy and education to provide the resources needed for all children to excel.

Source: Lawrence Township School Foundation

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