The Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) is excited to announce a grant received from the Duke Energy Foundation for over $17,000 to support CEF programs and a countywide collaboration, Chatham Reads. In the past year, Duke Energy’s 2015 grant providing funding for a number of valuable programs. This grant will allow

Chatham Education Foundation interview with Chair Chris Ehrenfeld February 18, 2016 by Jamie Garett   Chatham County, NC – Since 1993, the Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) has partnered with local residents, businesses and foundations to enhance educational opportunities for Chatham County Public schools and strengthen Chatham County communities through their work. CEF does this by supporting programs that increase teacher effectiveness,

Galloway Ridge recently invested in the Chatham County Schools by providing the Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) with a $3,000 grant. This money will support the schools of Chatham County by investing in CEF’s Aspiring Educator Scholarship program. Scholarships will help encourage and support future educators from Chatham County Schools. With

How Wheelchair Accessible Gardens are Bringing Students Together Marguerite Fields, of Jordan Matthews High School, is one of our grant recipients who used the funds generously contributed by our donors to purchase a handicap accessible Rolling Garden Kit for her the school.  This was a multi-class project.  The carpentry students

Through a charitable donation provided by Briar Chapel Newland Communities, the Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) will be able to help Northwood High School meet it’s funding goal for several STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs that would have otherwise been unattainable. Funding supported programs including: Envirothon. Multiple teams from NHS will