Across the state, low-income single parent students are hoping they can pay their utility bills, food, gas — and still have the funds to stay in school next semester. The good news is you can help!
When you give to ASPSF, you put food on the table and buy coats for the kids. You provide school supplies and put gas in the car. And, best of all, you'll send the message that you believe in their potential and that school is worth the effort and expense to make a better life for their family.
How can you invest in a student-parent family?
• $25 puts gas in the car.
• $50 pays for internet or a phone bill.
• $75 helps with an electric bill.
• $100 buys groceries for a couple of weeks.
• $200 provides clothes, shoes, and socks for growing children.
• $500 covers textbooks.
• $1,400 provides a full-time student with a scholarship & support for one semester.
• $4,200 provides services to a single parent family for an entire year!
Every time you give, you help raise a family out of poverty.