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North Marion 2019 4A Special District 2 League Champs!

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North Marion 2019 4A Special District 2  League Champs!

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2018 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 4

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| September 13,2018

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OSAA Foundation receives $25,000 from the Safeway Foundation

WILSONVILLE (September 27, 2012) – The OSAA Foundation has received a $25,000 gift from the Safeway Foundation for its Student Assistance Program. The program focuses on students in member schools that need the most help to obtain equipment, clothing, shoes or gear to participate in a co-curricular activity throughout the year. The OSAA Foundation is proud to partner with the Safeway Foundation to help promote participation and a healthy active lifestyle.


"The Safeway Foundation is proud to support the OSAA, and we thank our customers and employees for making it possible. Our foundation supports education, health and human services, people with disabilities, and hunger relief, so supporting education and extracurricular activities through the OSAA is an excellent fit," said Dan Floyd, Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations.


This grant is one of the largest the OSAA Foundation has ever received. The donation will be spread statewide in an effort to affect as many schools as possible. A total of 250 students in more than 40 schools will benefit from this gift. Each student will receive approximately $100 of merchandise specifically purchased for them and focused upon the activities in which they participate. At the completion of the 2011-12 year, nearly 6,500 students have benefited from the Student Assistance Program since its inception in 2002.


"We thank organizations like the Safeway Foundation for their support of the students in our member schools. Gifts like these empower our Foundation to assist those students who may not have the resources to purchase the basic necessities to participate in our programs," said Tom Welter, OSAA Executive Director and President of the OSAA Foundation.


Since its inception in 2005, the OSAA Foundation has given back to nearly all of the schools that are members of the Association through Endowment Games, the Student Assistance Program, or additional programs developed by the OSAA Foundation and its board.



The OSAA Foundation is a private, non-for-profit 501 (c)3. Its emphasis is placed upon supporting the schools, students, and activities sponsored by the Oregon School Activities Association. The mission of the OSAA foundation to Enhance the Future of Oregon High School Activities. The OSAA Foundation is primarily funded by endowment games which member schools participate in.


To be part of the OSAA Foundation and to help aid the Future of Oregon High School Activities, visit www.osaafoundation.org or contact the Foundation directly at 503.682.6722 x 239.

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