Learn more about the history of the Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation.
The Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation procures resources and supplements funding for the benefit of the students. A foundation can raise money for both long term and short term projects.
The dedicated Science instruction at both campuses is privately funded and dependent upon donations and grant support. Please consider a 10-month subscription.
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The success of this organization is dependent on volunteers. Some tasks are small and require no more effort than stuffing an envelope or sending an email. Other tasks, like helping out at a fundraiser, may only require one or two hours on a specific date. Foundation Board members make one and two year commitments. Learn more.
The Foundation is always looking for community support to help provide supplies for the engineering and science programming. Contact us to learn more.
The Kaiser Woodland Schools represent nearly 1100 students and their families. Foundation Business sponsors will be featured on our website and our email correspondences. KWSF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Many of the school districts throughout California are struggling financially to ensure the best education for their students. Organizations like PTA’s, PFO’s, and Foundations are formed to supplement the educational needs of their students. A foundation adds an extra arm of support to the existing PFO and without the restrictions present in a PTA. Funds raised by the Foundation in a single year can be invested over multiple years to fund larger projects, while still being flexible enough to address immediate needs. Learn more about why the Foundations was started.
Cory is attending the University of California, Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering, to study Mechanical Engineering, with a possible minor in Computer Science or Biology.