So far 4,222 drink pouches have been collected at Chatham Park Elementary School and over 1,350 chip bags have been collected from the High School! Trash to Ca$h is very excited about the program’s progress so far this year. Thank
The Haverford Township Free Library is now a participating Trash to Ca$h location! Printer cartridges will be collected here which will be turned into ca$h to financially support the many programs they offer our community.
Manoa Elementary School is now a participating Trash to Ca$h school! Drink pouches will be collected here to earn money that will be donated to the local library.
Chatham Park Elementary School is now a participating Trash to Ca$h school! Drink pouches will be collected here to earn money that will be donated to the local library.
After a successful debut as a pilot program during the 2011-2012 school year at Haverford High, Trash to Ca$h has now become a permanent fixture in the school collecting chip bags.
The idea of a district wide terracycle program was planted when Katrine, a board member of the Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library, noticed the terracycle information on the back of a Capri Sun box. Since then, the idea
Visit the Friends of the HTFL Annual Book Sale for reasonably priced books from all genres: children’s, humor, history, fiction, romance, mystery, politics, and more! Friday September 27, 6 to 9 p.m. Preview sale for Friends’ members only. Membership is
Order some beautiful flowers and help the library at the same time! Just place an order through the following link by October 30th: http://www.flowerpowerfundraising.com/i/t/391466/XsRAMaE0bTFm
Recently, the Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library presented a check to the Library for the balance of the funds needed to purchase a Mobile Learning Lab. The new “computer lab on wheels” consists of 10 Apple Mac Air
The Friends want to thank all those who came out to learn all about coffee from Chief Roaster, Woody DeCasere, from One Village Coffee. We learned all about the differences between arabica and robusta beans, the differences between the different