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Fredrica Academy Foundation
o maximize each student's potential and prepare him/her for college and adult life through the development of mind, body, and spirit.


Fresh Start Womens Foundation
To empower women to transform their lives through engagement and education.


Friends of Golf Inc.
In 1979, a group of 25 friends of UCLA got together for a luncheon at the Los Angeles Country Club (LACC), a meeting that ultimately led to the creation of a new organization dedicated to supporting programs for young golfers. At that time, it was called Friends of College Golf. Its original purpose was to raise funds to provide scholarships for the UCLA Golf Team, whose coach was Eddie Merrins, the Golf Professional at Bel-Air Country Club. In taking on the additional duties as the UCLA coach, Merrins inherited a paltry budget of just $6,000, which was grossly inadequate in order to compete in big time college golf competition. UCLA graduate and LACC member John Anderson, in response to Merrins' financial plight, hosted the founding luncheon. At that time, the idea of staging an annual golf tournament to raise funds for golf team scholarships was adopted. Many of the individuals in the original founding group are still active in the organization. And so the not-for-profit organization, Friends of College Golf, was established.


Friends of the Library--Hilton Head
We are an organization that buys books, equipment and supplies that are not covered by county and state funding for the Hilton Head Library. We also sponsor events and speakers that are interesting to our community, as well as fund children's reading programs and purchase technical equipment such as computers and Early Literacy Stations. Our mission is to promote literacy and encourage the pursuit of life long learning through use of the library's resources.


Fruit Cove Middle School


Gene and Mary Sarazen Foundation
Gene Sarazen's philosophy was to "build a better way" of life where needs exist. To further the hopes and dreams of individuals and communities in need, Dr. Sarazen helped to establish the Gene and Mary Sarazen Foundation in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Foundation support will reach out to a myriad of needs, ranging from health care to education, families to sports programs. Contributions to the Foundation qualify for a charitable deduction.


Georgia Southern University Foundation Inc.
The Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established in 1963 to raise and manage private dollars to meet the needs of Georgia Southern University that are not funded through state allocations. The Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc., is qualified by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt 501(c)(3) corporation


Georgia Tech Athletic Association


Get A Grip Foundation
Get A Grip, an Orange County based foundation, was established in 2000 as a 501(c)3 privately operating foundation, located at Hidden Valley Golf Club in Norco California. The objective of the Foundation is to introduce all facets of the game of golf to children (ages 7-18) with a special emphasis on academic improvement and life skills. "Golf is our hook and education is our mission." "Changing lives and creating opportunities for children to succeed is our goal. We seek to ensure that every child who is in our program earns their high school diploma and has the opportunity to continue in college placement or career leadership."


Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska
Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska serves more than 18,000 girls and 6,000 adult volunteers across Nebraska. We employ 90 staff members located in service centers from Omaha to Ogallala, with satellite offices in many rural communities. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Now headquartered in Omaha, we have the privilege of ensuring that girls across Nebraska who want to participate can. Our programs and activities instill skills that develop girls leadership abilities on step at a time. From providing opportunities to speak in public, to learn how to get along with peers, and to explore careers in math and science, girls discover who they are, connect with other girls and mentors in nurturing environments, and take action to improve their communities.


Grand Canyon University Alumni Association
Provides scholarship opportunities to students interested in attending GCU


Greater Atlanta Christian School


Guardian Angels Catholic School
Guardian Angels Catholic School is a vital mission of its four feeder parishes: St. Ignatius of Antioch, St. Michael the Archangel, St. Luke and All Saints. The school is dedicated to provide a challenging, faith-filled, educational environment fostering and reflecting Gospel values which establishes the foundation for an active life in service to the Church, community and world.


Hartnell College Foundation
The Foundation plays an integral role in supporting the students, faculty, staff, and programs of Hartnell College by garnering corporate, foundation, and private support for the college.


Harvest Community School


Healy-Murphy Center
ages 14-21 each year. Approximately 90% of our students come from low-income homes, approximately 50% are teen parents, and each year approximately 25% of the young people we serve are homeless. Programs and services offered at Healy-Murphy Center allow students who are at-risk of dropping out of high school or who have already dropped out to complete their education and earn a high school diploma or G.E.D. Our on-site child development center also makes it possible for teen parents to attend school, earn an education and become self-sustaining, contributing members of our community. We serve approximatly 200 children, ages 4 weeks through 5 years of age at our child development center each year.


Hidden Treasure Christian School
Since 1981, Hidden Treasure has provided special education for young people aged 4-21. Each of our students faces unique mental, physical, and/or learning challenges such as, but not limited to autism, Asperger's syndrome, educable and trainable mental disabilities, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, ADD/ADHD, and giftedness. Our program is open to all students regardless of race, gender, religious affiliation, or national origin, and we are a non-profit organization under IRS 501(c)(3).


Higgs, Carter, King Gifted and Talented Charter Academy
Higgs, Carter, King Gifted and Talented Charter Academy is a fourteen-year non-profit public charter school for 3 year old students to 18 year old students with a focus on helping all students achieve proficiency of 85% or better in all areas related to reading, math, science and social studies from pre-kinder through 12th grade with a focus on strong, significant parental assistance in the classroom and in the community. In 2009, students and teachers were nationally recognized for having the highest "gains" in reading and math for 6th - 8th grade students by the New Leaders for New Schools organization.


Highland Hall Waldorf School
The Highland Hall Waldorf School views each child as a growing human being of body, soul, and spirit, all of which must be nurtured by education. The school places human development and art at the center of its work and curriculum. It prepares young people to meet the world with inner confidence, to trust in the value of each human being, and to think and work with initiative in their lives. Following the indications of Austrian scientist and philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the children are taught in the context of their own stage of development with the understanding that subjects must be brought to them in different ways at different ages. The capacity for serious academic work and thinking in the high school is first prepared through healthy play and artistic learning in the kindergarten and lower grades. Children are not rushed, but encouraged.


Highland Park High School
"The mission of Highland Park High School is to provide an environment which will enable students to develop and to continue the lifelong academic, cultural and physical aspects of learning in order to foster visionary individuals who strive toward excellence with a sense of global and technological awareness and who will go forth to serve the community and world as responsible citizens."


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