Here's How to Donate to CPS
Donations to Cincinnati Public Schools can supply items and services for students that our budget can't stretch to cover — and are always welcomed.
To donate money: Mail or deliver a check or money order to the receiving school or to the Central Office department.
- School addresses
- CPS Education Center (Central Office)
(Add Name of Department)
2651 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Please include with your donation:
- How you want the money spent, or indicate that a school or department may spend it as needed.
- Name of the person, business or organization donating the funds.
To donate school supplies: Contact a school's Principal or Resource Coordinator to determine a school's specific needs, check the school's website for individual class lists, or refer to these suggested school supply lists:
Thank You to Our Donors
We are grateful to our generous donors who contribute so much to help our students succeed.
A sampling of recent donations and grants:
2020–21 School Year
- American Cell Towers — $1,402.76 to Pleasant Ridge Montessori School to be used for April 2020 payment for cell tower.
- Greenacres Arts Center — $1,593.89 to Pleasant Ridge Montessori School to be used for reimbursement for buses to Greenacres.
- Special Olympics Ohio — $1,306.18 to Taft IT High School to be used for reimbursement for buses for various field trips.
- Xavier University — $420 to Pleasant Ridge Montessori School to be used for reimbursement for buses to Xavier University.
- Greenacres Arts Center — $226.27 to College Hill Fundamental Academy to be used for reimbursement for field trip transportation.
- Greenacres Arts Center — $346.65 to Roselawn Condon School to be used for reimbursement for field trip transportation.
- Coca-Cola — $57 to Shroder High School to be used at the Principal's discretion.
- Pepsi Bottling — $127.60 to Shroder High School to be used at the Principal's discretion.
- Women’s Alliance Inc. — $1,500 to Cincinnati Public Schools to be used in support of students during this most difficult time.
- Community Action Agency — $1,911,560 to CPS' Early Childhood Department to be used to provide services to 701 Head-Start students in the Cincinnati Public Schools District for the period of June 1, 2020 through May 31, 2021.