Los Rios Colleges Foundation

aka Los Rios Foundation   |   Sacramento, CA   |  http://foundation.losrios.edu/

Mission

The mission of the Los Rios Foundation is to invest in the students of the Los Rios Community Colleges to help them achieve their aspirations through education. This is achieved by offering an increased level of excellence for students at American River, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City colleges by funding student and faculty programs, facilities and activities. The Los Rios Foundation is an auxiliary foundation to the college district. Formed in 1978, it is a 501(c)(3) organization and has 30 board members who represent the community and the colleges. The college foundations are a part of the Los Rios Foundation: American River College Foundation, Sacramento City College Foundation, Cosumnes River College Foundation and Folsom Lake College Foundation. The Los Rios District and Colleges exist to change and improve lives in the Sacramento region by making quality college education and training accessible and affordable to all. The Los Rios Foundation provides the private support necessary to meet this quality of excellence.

Ruling year info

1980

President

Ms. Paula L. Allison

Main address

1919 Spanos Ct

Sacramento, CA 95825 USA

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EIN

94-2506591

NTEE code info

Community/Junior College (B41)

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Los Fios Foundation Student & College Support

The primary purpose of the Foundation is to provide philanthropic funds to support college programs and facilities beyond that what public funds provide. To create an outstanding learning environment, the District and colleges are turning to the community for private support. Join us in being a part of supporting change and improving lives in the Sacramento region by making quality college education and training accessible and affordable to all. We appreciate your interest in our students.

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Los Rios Colleges Foundation

Board of directors
as of 06/29/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Jim Allen

SAFE Credit Union

Term: 2018 - 2020

Pamela Haynes

Los Rios Community College District

James Allen

SAFE Credit Union

Carol Spurgeon

No Affiliation

Robert Jones

Los Rios Community College District

David Diepenbrock

Diepenbrock Elkin LLP

Brian King

Los Rios Community College District

Anthony Retodo

Kaiser Permanente

Kevin Pressey

Pressey & Associates, Inc.

Anthony Chee

New York Life Insurance Company

Michelle Odell

Kaiser Permanente

Erica Taylor

Golden 1 Credit Union

Erik Winje

Clark Pacific

Kristin Emmett

Los Rios Community College District

Alex Taghavian

Linked Learning Alliance

Kären Woodruff

Wells Fargo

Pat Derickson

Stafford King Wiese Architects

Sergey Ivannikov

Russian American Media, Inc.

Paula Allison

Los Rios Community College District

Patrick Mulvaney

Mulvaney's B & L

Julie Hayes

Intel

Lynda Willis

Clark Pacific

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