Children's Fund of School Psychology, Inc

Children’s Fund of School Psychology, Inc.

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We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 NASP convention in Chicago.  More details will be available soon regarding on our annual auction (our primary fundraiser).

Children's Fund's Auction Donations 2018

It is once again time to think about auction donations for the Children's Fund of School Psychology's Annual Live/Silent Auction, which will take place on February 15, 2018 (6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) during the NASP Annual Convention in Chicago.  Donations may include such things as professional materials and books, technology, vacations, clothing, art work, crafts, jewelry, food, potent potables, theatre tickets, sports memorabilia, tickets to sporting events, gift cards, etc.  Please keep in mind that smaller items are easier to tote home in one's existing luggage!  Another alternative is to send donated items to the highest bidder following the auction.  In previous years, donations have included monetary donations, as well.

The Children's Fund of School Psychology is a 501 (c) (3) organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.  Funds from the annual auction are used to help fund future Basic Needs and Mental Health Grants, Youth Empowerment Grants, Service Grants, and the Children's Fund Host City Projects in the city of the annual NASP convention. The Children's Fund is planning to make book donations to a literacy group in Chicago that provides books to children and youth whose families have limited resources to purchase a variety of literature for their homes.  Please consider packing one or more new/gently used children's books in your luggage to help the CFSP support this endeavor.

Please send a description of your auction donations to:

Jeanne Pound, President and Auction Co-Chair (

Joe Gerard, Auction Co-Chair (

Received a grant from the CFSP? Love our mission? Want to help? We can always use volunteers to help at the booth during the convention.  Contact Debra Roberts for more information.