For over 12 years, our Johnson Park (“JP”) Koko Fund has assisted JP students from families in financial need by subsidizing enrichment opportunities.  Our program has grown significantly since its founding, which is fitting, as nearly one third of JP’s current pupils are eligible.

Through financial assistance from our JP Koko Fund, participants take part in after-school activities at our school, in the greater Princeton community, and at summer camps.  Program partners aid our JP Koko Fund, by providing significant tuition discounts. Without our partners’ support, our youngsters would not have these experiences.

Specifically, through the support of our program partners, our Koko Fund has given students the opportunity to participate in after-school classes, such as science, sports, chess, acting, and art, and has allowed JP youngsters to attend programs at the Princeton Recreation summer camps, Westminster Conservatory, and the Princeton Y.W.C.A.  Other program partners include

The Arts Council of Princeton
Princeton Ballet School
Princeton Football Club (P.F.C.)
Princeton Soccer Association (P.S.A.)
Princeton Soccer Experience
Princeton Y.M.C.A.
Rambling Pines Day Camp
Village Shoes
Westminster Conservatory

Our JP Koko Fund operates within the JP Parent-Teacher Organization (“JP PTO”), a 501 c (3) organization.  An advisory board of teachers, parents, and community members manage and oversee the Fund.  Our P.T.O. holds the funds as restricted money within the JP P.T.O. bank account, and our P.T.O. treasurer reports on the Fund’s status.  The Advisory Board strives to work within a framework of mutual respect and sensitivity to the recipient children, their families, and the Fund’s fiscal responsibility.

To contribute to our JP Koko Fund, please go to <www.jppto.storenvy.com> or make your check payable to “Johnson Park Koko Fund” and send it to

Johnson Park School
285 Rosedale Road
Princeton, NJ  08540

For more information, please e-mail our JP Koko Fund Chairperson, Amy Lansky, at <amyblansky@gmail.com> or Johnson Park School Principal, Robert Ginsberg at <robert_ginsberg@princetonk12.org>.  Thanks.