San Gabriel Educational Foundation Receives an $8,000 Grant Award from the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts
Funds will be used to provide vital funding for the Kindergarten through Third Grade Music Instructional Program at all five public elementary schools in the community.
The San Gabriel Educational Foundation (SEF), the primary fundraising partner of the San Gabriel Unified School District (SGUSD), has received an $8,000 Grand Award from the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts in support of their K-3 Music Program.
SEF is incredibly honored to be chosen as a grant award recipient this year. The grant award will contribute to SEF’s Kindergarten through Third Grade Music Instructional Program at all five public elementary schools in the community. The current program which is funded by SEF, through community and parent donations received through the annual “Fund the Gap” campaign provides 10 instructional classes at each of the elementary sites throughout the academic year.
“We are thrilled the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts has selected SEF as one of its 2014 grantees,” stated SEF Board President Lori Husein. “The K-3 Music Program is a valued program in our community and the grant will allow SEF to maintain the program and works towards an increase in instructional minutes for our students. We are extremely grateful for their investment in our children”.
The San Gabriel Educational Foundation, a 501© (3) organization, is the primary fundraising partner for the San Gabriel Unified School District. Since its inception in 1986, SEF has raised over $1,000,000 towards the funding of a variety of educational programs and supplies that benefit every student, in every classroom, in the district. The Foundation supports the SGUSD in preparing its students for their future as productive citizens and lifelong learners. For further information, please visit SEFfor8schools.org and follow SEF on Facebook.
Since 1948, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts has awarded 19 million dollars in gifts and grants to support the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Walt Disney Concert Hall, or other nonprofit organizations and local symphonic, cultural and educational musically oriented programs for youth.
Contact: Adela Angiuli, Executive Director
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