By the time they reach fourth grade,
of low-income students nationwide are not proficient in reading.
All CSF families contribute a minimum of
Since 1998, CSF has provided scholarships worth $654 million, changing the lives of almostchildren in need.
of every dollar goes directly to funding scholarships; our organization’s operating expenses are funded by a few generous contributors.
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