The world is forever changing and at times, ambiguous and uncertain. Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is an applied process for negotiating change and ambiguity that empowers people during times of challenge, and times of opportunity.
CEF is a nonprofit dedicated to training people in deliberate creativity and leadership practices that help individuals and teams achieve and thrive. As a nonprofit organization, CEF relies on contributions from our donors to bring Creative Problem Solving training to people of all ages and in all industries. We do our part through earned revenue programs, and together, your generous donations and our hard work are changing the world.
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46 Watch Hill Drive
Scituate, MA 02066
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The Norman and Elaine Polsky Family Supporting Foundation
The Norman and Elaine Polsky Family Supporting Foundation established an endowed fund for the benefit of the Creative Education Foundation in 2004. The Polsky’s initiated a $12,500 challenge to the CEF community, which contributed to and helped secure this endowment, the interest from which supports creative education programming.
Norman Polsky served as a Marine in World War II. While stationed in Los Angeles, he met his future bride, Elaine, and proposed after only two dates. Norman believed the benefits of philanthropy are circular, as each individual is a benefactor as well as a beneficiary. The Polsky Family Supporting Foundation (PFSF) was established in December 1990 and currently has 50 endowments.
CEF is proud to celebrate Norman Polsky’s philanthropic legacy by investing in deliberate creativity education.