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Outside Funding Profile: KSI FUNDING FOR CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION


Funding Description

The goal of this funding is to raise $25, 000.000 dollars for the Music and Arts Programs of CDE. The funding will serve students that are involved in these particular programs, who are not able to afford these services. This funding will also encourage families to allow children to pursue their personal goals of Music and Arts, without having to neglect their call due to limited finances.

Due Date

Not available

Eligible Applicants

Music and Arts Students of CDE

Agency

KSI Funding

Contact

Dr.HenryCenters4Change@gmail.com
909-242-5529

Details

http://In Progress

KSI organization would like to meet with Mr. Tom Torlakson at his convenience to fully disclose our proposal for raising these funds for the California Department of Education. It is a privilege to be in a position to help with our school system, and we look forward in speaking with someone soon.

Last Modified: August 28, 2013
Questions:   Funding Master Plan | fmp@cde.ca.gov | 916-322-5285

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