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2016 Annual Giving Campaign

Brighter Tomorrows Begin TodayThis year’s campaign is unique, as it was delayed from its original time in the fall. The 2016 Annual Campaign, Brighter Tomorrows Begin Today, is a special one. The Foundation has created scholarships in the names of the nine who lost their lives last October.

Our goal is to endow each of the nine at $10,000 to provide memorial scholarships in perpetuity. To date, we have raised $33,500, leaving us a balance of $56,450 to meet our goal.

We are asking your help in accomplishing this. Please consider a gift of any size, designated toward making the future brighter for those whose educational adventures lie ahead.

Gifts may be made through payroll deduction, cash or credit card.

Your gift helps make a brighter tomorrow. Donate today!

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