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December 6, 2011 > East Bay school foundations receive education grants

East Bay school foundations receive education grants

Article and photo submitted by Ruben Pulido

On December 2, at the Alameda County Office of Education in Hayward, Micky Randhawa, president of Wells Fargo's East Bay market, presented $245,000 in grants to 17 different East Bay school foundation representatives.

The following are the school foundations and amounts awarded:

Alameda Education Foundation: $10,000 (to benefit Alameda Unified School District)
Albany Education Foundation: $5,000 (to benefit Albany Unified School District)
Berkeley Public Education Foundation: $15,000 (to benefit Berkeley Unified School District)
Castro Valley Educational Foundation: $10,000 (to benefit Castro Valley Unified School District)
Dublin Partners In Education: $10,000 (to benefit Dublin Unified School District)
Emery Education Fund: $5,000 (to benefit Emery Unified School District)
Fremont Education Foundation: $30,000 (to benefit Fremont Unified School District)
Hayward Education Foundation: $20,000 (to benefit Hayward Unified School District)
Livermore Valley Education Foundation: $15,000 (to benefit Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District)
Milpitas Community Educational Endowment: $10,000 (to benefit Milpitas Unified School District)
New Haven Schools Foundation: $10,000 (to benefit New Haven Unified School District)
Newark Educational Foundation: $10,000 (to benefit Newark Unified School District)
Oakland Schools Foundation: $50,000 (to benefit Oakland Unified School District)
Piedmont Educational Foundation: $5,000 (to benefit Piedmont Unified School District)
Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation: $15,000 (to benefit Pleasanton Unified School District)
San Leandro Education Foundation: $10,000 (to benefit San Leandro Unified School District)
San Lorenzo Scholarship Foundation: $15,000 (to benefit San Lorenzo Unified School District)

The grants presented are designated to benefit select school districts with significant enrollment from students coming from low-to-moderate income families. Micky Randhawa, president of Wells Fargo's East Bay market commented, "What is most important is that the funds go where it matters the most - right into the classrooms with the students."

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