Who We Are
The Foundation for Sanger Schools is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports the students, teachers, and families of the Sanger Unified School District. It has served to bridge the gap in unpredictable and insufficient education funding from our state government. Thanks to the Granville Home of Hope fundraiser and other generous donors, the Foundation is able to preserve the programs and resources that are essential building blocks to our children’s education and their future (ie: library books, supplemental instructional supplies, field trips, etc.). The Foundation for Sanger Schools has specifically reserved funds to provide holiday meals for Sanger families in need, teacher grants for the classroom, and scholarships for graduating Sanger High students.
To advocate and develop resources to advance Sanger Unified School District’s mission, vision, goals and objectives, ensuring that all students have equitable access to rigorous academic instruction.
To create a community where every student receives equitable access to education, helping ensure student achievement in a safe and nurturing environment.
“I am extremely thankful for the Foundation for Sanger Schools scholarship that I received. It has helped me to continue my education that I might not otherwise be able to afford.
I was born in Puebla, Mexico and had to move to the United States of America to search for a better future. This journey has not been easy. I came to the United States not knowing any English and it was an obstacle that took massive amounts of work to overcome.
However, these situations have made me stronger and I am willing to work for a desired outcome. I graduated high school the first in my class and am now enjoying my freshman year at Fresno State working on my degree in political science.
I am determined to give back to the programs and community that have granted me the opportunity to reach my goals. The Foundation for Sanger Schools made a difference in my life and I am grateful for all of you who have donated to this organization.”