• Please note our contact information has changed!


    CASD Foundation
    PO Box 44
    Scotland, PA 17254

    NEW EMAIL: angela.lynch@casdfoundation.org



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    The Chambersburg Area School District Foundation was founded in 1991 through the passion and commitment of a small group of school board members, alumni and community leaders who believed in the power of investing in students to expand the next generation of leaders and learners. Governed by a fifteen-member board of directors, volunteers donate their expertise, time, and resources to grow the mission through partnerships with donors, alumni, local leaders and the business community. As a result, students receive scholarships for higher education and training, teachers receive resources to create innovative opportunities for instruction, and special projects are all made possible thanks to the Foundation’s generous donors and volunteers. 

    The CASD Foundation Board of Directors believes in the transformative power of education and that every child deserves a quality education in order to become thinkers, problem-solvers, leaders, and lifelong learners. With your support, the Foundation can truly make a difference in a student’s life.  

    Join us as a partner in education by making a gift 
    in support of education in our community.

    Please visit https://secure.qgiv.com/for/casdf/
    to make a gift online.

    Every dollar makes a difference!


    Diversity Statement:

    The CASD Foundation seeks to create an inclusive environment where all students, faculty, staff, and community members will be able to thrive. In an effort to remain dedicated to the enrichment of student education, the CASD Foundation will engage with a community that places high value in equity and inclusion, celebrates the differences of all community members, builds a coalition of advocates and allies, and provides equal opportunities for all.

    The CASD Foundation, governed by a board of directors, distributes support and financial assistance in support of its mission to students across dimensions of diversity including but not limited to age, race, sex, gender identity/expression, class, national origin, creed, educational background, religion, disability, geographical location, income, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation and work experiences.



  • The Foundation is a non-profit, charitable foundation under IRS 501 (c) 3 guidelines.
    Gifts are tax deductible as eligible by law.