EITC Business Partners

YSEF is approved by the state’€™s Department of Community and Economic Development

(DCED) as an Act 48 organization. Businesses that are approved through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) guidelines may apply for tax credits when they make contributions to educational improvement organizations like YSEF.

Many thanks to our corporate funding partners who have made contributions through the EITC program. These donations fund YSEF grants such as the Fizz, Boom, Read summer camp enrichment program. The program aims to reinforce reading, writing, math and science skills for rising 1st-5th grade students through teacher led activities. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) concepts will be incorporated to guide student inquiry dialogue, and critical thinking.

Thank you to Rutter’s for their EITC donation that helps fund programs like our STEAM event at summer camp.
Mac Brillhart, YSEF VP, accepts the EITC check from GIANT. Thank you for your donation!
Weis Markets presents YSEF President Sarah Reinecker with an EITC donation which is used to support innovative programs throughout the district.
Weis Markets presents YSEF President Sarah Reinecker with an EITC donation which is used to support innovative programs throughout the district.
Thank you Waste Management for supporting our District with your EITC donation.

EITC Business Partners

GIANT Food Stores

PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company

Rutter’s

Waste Management

Weis Markets, Inc.

York Traditions Bank

York Water Company

John Blecher (far left), CFO/COO of York Traditions Bank presents YSEF Board Member Bob Hildebrand and students from East York Elementary a generous EITC check to be used for district grant programs.
John Blecher (far left), CFO/COO of York Traditions Bank presents YSEF Board Member Bob Hildebrand and students from East York Elementary a generous EITC check to be used for district grant programs.
YSEF is proud to be one of People’s Bank EITC recipients