Nine kids go to pre-k programs with scholarships through Greater Pike Foundation

Milford. Greater Pike Community Foundation funding assisted seven children in attending pre-K programs at the Center for Developmental Disabilities and two at Green Trees Early Learning Center.

| 04 Sep 2022 | 04:45

Nine students attend pre-K programs in Milford.With funding from Greater Pike Community Foundation, scholarships totaling over $16,000 are helping

Tuition assistance was awarded to the families of seven children at the Center for Developmental Disabilities , which helps defray the costs for summer or fall enrollment. Additionally, the families of two students enrolled at Green Trees Early Learning Center received tuition assistance.

“I’d like to thank Greater Pike Community Foundation for choosing my son James as the recipient of the pre-K summer camp scholarship,” said Lucia Schrag. “This thoughtful and generous gift allowed me to keep my full-time job and also gave my son the opportunity to have a fun and educational summer at CDD.”

Contributions from Dime Bank and Highmark Life Insurance Company through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Community and Economic Development made the scholarships possible.

“We are committed to improving educational outcomes for children throughout the state and believe in the value that will be provided through these contributions,” said Dan Onorato, EVP & chief corporate affairs officer, Highmark Health.

Greater Pike helps individuals, families, and local businesses to provide a permanent and personal way to give back to the community. For more information contact Jenni Hamill, Executive Director, at (570) 832-4686,, or visit and