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Sanger Foundation

Sanger Foundation

SUSD School Closures – Latest Updates

On Friday, March 13th, we announced the temporary suspension of classroom instruction and programs of Sanger Unified from Monday, March 16 – Monday, April 13. This was a difficult decision, and as we move forward we are keeping in mind our critical, core purpose of taking care of our kids and our community.

We know that families have many questions about what the days ahead will hold, and we will provide regular updates throughout this suspension. New information and directives are being sent to us daily from our local health department and the Governor’s office making our plans to provide  educational resources and instruction continually change.

You will receive regular updates on our website, Remind App and through social media.

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How do I make a donation?

You may donate to the Foundation by mailing your check to the Foundation for Sanger Unified Schools, to: 1905 7th Street, Sanger, CA 93657

To donate via credit or debit cards online, click here.

Contributions to the Foundation are exempt from federal income tax under section 170c of the Internal Revenue Code. Tax ID Number 20-4712286.

How does the Foundation raise money?

The Foundation conducts annual community-based campaigns to support the educational programs of the Sanger Unified School District.

The Foundation also seeks partnerships with area businesses, civic groups, and other charitable foundations willing to support our programs and mission.The Foundation also actively works with District staff and individuals within the community to make contributions as well.

Any individual or business wanting to learn more on how to donate, or about the Foundation can contact our Foundation Coordinator, Cary Catalano at (559) 355-0751.

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How your contribution helps

60% of all donations go into our Program Fund which allocates resources to the following program areas: student scholarships, classroom, and school-site grants, art and music efforts, agricultural training and enhancement, and interdepartmental programmatic support that leads to student learning enhancement.

30% of all donations go into our Investment Fund to help ensure we have adequate resources available for current and future programs.

10% of all donations go into our Immediate Need Fund to help students, families or other special needs that might come up during an academic year. This fund is used at the discretion of the District Superintendent.