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Alameda Education Foundation Thanks Adopt A Classroom Donors

AEF presented twenty donations of $500 each to Alameda public school classroom teachers.


Dear Editor:

It was happy holidays indeed for 20 Alameda classrooms, which were each presented with $500 donations in November and December as part of the Alameda Education Foundation’s Adopt A Classroom program.

The Alameda Education Foundation would like to thank the following donors for their generosity (recipients in parentheses):  

The Casper/Irons & Roemer/Buckner Families (Martha Lopez, Alameda High)

Kathleen and Christopher Kelly (Judith Manalili, Heather Demarest and Anna Faria-Porter, Franklin Elementary)

Perforce Foundation on the behalf of employee Gunnar Ostergren (Debby Meyer and Tat Lam, Franklin)

Friends & Families of Ms. Collins (Ann Collins, Franklin)

Janine Boehm (Christy Ha and Sarah Noble,Wood and Candace Block, Encinal)

The Eyestone Family (Stephanie Krause, Nea)

Wellguard Insurance Solutions (Mary Butler, Lum)

The Yap Family (Randy Meader, Edison)

The James Irvine Foundation on behalf on employee Agana Moreno (Paisley Spencer, Earhart)

Linda Schowalter on behalf of great nephew Noel Hecht (Elizabeth Struble, Earhart)

The PG&E Corporation Foundation on behalf of Holly Larsen (Katy Zaugg, Wood and Lisa Pilch, Island)

Cargill Incorporated (Kitrena Swanson, Paden)

On behalf of Caleb’s class from Aunt Jonica (Ingrid Ryan, Paden)

Families of Ms. Sabbatini’s 2011-2012 Class (Nancy Sabbatini, Lum)

The Family of Jack Toyama (Nicole Jones, Haight)

Maggie Cramer/Catie Long (Shauna Mack, Earhart)


Congratulations to these teachers who will use the donations to best meet the specific needs of their classroom or program!

You do not need to have a specific teacher or program leader in mind to make a donation. In fact, AEF encourages unspecified donations, which are directed to classrooms or programs most in need. To become an Adopt A Classroom donor, please visit www.alamedaeducation.org.  

Sincerely,

Kathleen C. Woulfe
Adopt A Classroom Chair
Alameda Education Foundation

Mom January 07, 2012 at 04:47 PM
Yes, thanks donors and thanks AEF! Nancy Sabbatini

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