Fundraising Events

The PVSD Foundation organizes a variety of events throughout the year to raise funds. Those events include:

Boon Supply

The PVSD Foundation raises funds through the sale of products from Boon Supply. The Foundation receives 40% of each purchase, so get shopping! This year’s sale will run from Friday, November 5th to Friday, December 3rd. You can view the e-Lookbook here. Students have the option of registering to earn prizes. For more information on the prize program, click here.

Shop Boon Supply here.

Dodgeball Tournament

For the last 11 years, the PVSD Foundation has organized a Dodgeball Tournament that brings out hundreds of families to participate in an evening of spirited competition. This year’s event was held on March 7 and raised over $19,000 for the Foundation. Over 80 student teams participated. Prizes were awarded to the top teams in each division, as well as to those with the best team name and the best dressed. Winners included:

  • Best Team Dress: CEOs of Dodgeball
  • Best Name: Game is Throws
  • Mini Division: Team Venom
  • Minor Division: Disco Derby Dodgers
  • Medium Division: Ball of Duty
  • Major Division: Philly Philly

Save the date for 2022. We look forward to hosting our Dodgeball Tournament on Saturday, March 5, 2022! (raindate: Sunday, March 6)

SAT Prep

The Foundation is proud to partner with Revolution Prep to offer a few opportunities to support students with SAT Prep and academic success. For more information on the services Revolution Prep is offering, click here.


Harlem Wizards

The Harlem Wizards returned to Perkiomen Valley School District on Nov. 13, 2021.


Thank you to our event sponsors:

Willis Towers Watson Logo

PHM Associates, INC

Rally for the Valley

In November 2019, the PVSD Foundation was proud to host the kick-off event for the school district’s Rally for the Valley capital campaign initiative. During this event held at Parc Bistro in Skippack, we hosted a crowd of community members who support the district’s plans to install synthetic turf athletic fields at Thomas J. Keenan Stadium, the current baseball field, and behind the high school. The kick-off event was meant to generate enthusiasm and funding for these projects. With the closure of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is uncertain how plans may move forward, but the Foundation is prepared to support when the time is right.