Generous donation received from BLBB Charitable

Official Press Release. 

Abington, PA – Center School, an independent elementary school for children with language-based learning differences, is thrilled to announce the receipt of a significant donation from BLBB Charitable. This generous contribution officially launches Center School's fundraising efforts to raise $100,000 so it can build a state-of-the-art innovation lab at its Abington campus. 

Through this generous donation, BLBB Charitable has expressed its commitment to The Center School Innovation Lab. BLBB Charitable hopes that this investment will be a catalyst for others to join in creating Center School’s future Innovation Lab. The donation will not only directly contribute to the transformation of a current classroom into a modern and spacious lab but, most importantly, to Center School’s ability to foster creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and hands-on learning among its students.

"We are incredibly grateful for BLBB Charitable's generosity and continuous support. This donation will significantly impact our fundraising efforts to build a new lab for Center School students. Ultimately, this donation will help cultivate an environment where students can explore, experiment, and collaborate on various projects and ideas, preparing them with 21st-century skills,” said Mrs. Mindy Wawrzyniak, Head of School, Center School. 

Center School remains dedicated to educating children who learn differently and strives to enhance its programming year after year. The support of donors like BLBB Charitable is instrumental in Center School’s ability to make a positive impact and meaningfully change the lives of thousands of students.
For more information about Center School, please contact Heidi Mozzillo, Director of Marketing and Communications at [email protected]  | 215.657.2200.
Donations can be made here. 

About Center School
Center School’s mission is to provide children who learn differently with a personalized education in order to realize their potential and reshape the way they view themselves. 
Center School provides at least 519 hours of literacy per year (3 hours per school day), which leads to students gaining an average of two years of reading growth in one school year.