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One of the qualities that makes Greenfield so special is its strong sense of community. The collective energy that our parents, teachers and volunteers devote to making sure our students and school thrive is second to none.  The HSA is a parent-led group that works for the common good of Greenfield.  The HSA steps in where district funding falls short and the Annual Fund is the ongoing effort to keep this momentum going!
This year’s fundraising goal is $125,000 and
100% participation by January 1, 2019.
To reach our financial goal, a contribution of $200 per student is suggested. Families who can contribute the suggested amount will help us reach our financial goals faster!
To reach our participation goal, contributions of all amounts are critical.
It’s neither required nor expected that families contribute beyond their means.
ALL contributions count towards our participation goal and show how much the Greenfield Family values its public, neighborhood, community-driven education.
  • To GIVE via Paypal or credit card, click HERE.
  • To GIVE through Venmo – @GreenfieldHSAphila
  • To GIVE by check make your check payable to “Greenfield Home & School Association,” and write “Annual Fund” in memo along with your child’s homeroom teacher. Checks may go in HSA lockbox in the Main Office, or to your child’s teacher.
Because of your support, HSA provides unique enrichment programs for our students – including programs with BalletX and the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theater.
Because of your support, HSA hosts semi-annual Supply Drives for teachers, stocking classrooms with supplies that the District does not provide.
Because of your support, HSA provides Teachers Grants for academic enrichment and physical improvements in each classroom!

The annual fund also supports Organized Recess; After-School Programming; Student Athletics; and School Facilities.


“I love the annual fund! It’s so much easier than all the continuous fundraisers HSA ran when my now eighth grader was in lower school. This one wanted a check, that one cash in odd amounts, another needed to be picked up, order forms were lost, items were wrong–it was a pain for everyone and it was non-stop. The annual fund is a great bargain in comparison.” – Amy D.

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