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Who chipped in for Pinellas' parental engagement effort



The Pinellas Education Foundation was the biggest contributor to the district and community's recent, door-to-door, parental engagement effort. But a handful of other organizations and individuals opened up their wallets, too, to pay for the $25 Walmart gift cards that were given to the targeted families. Here's the complete list:

Business/Corporations/Non-profit Organizations
* Successes Unlimited Women & Youth Business Center, Inc.: $100
* Pinellas Education Foundation: $1,250.00
* Tampa Bay Rays: $250.00 (The Rays also donated gift bags, folders, cups and other items.)

* Chick-Fil-A ($1500 in coupons)
* City of St. Petersburg: $100
Individual Donors
* John Stewart, interim superintendent: $100
* Bill Law, president, St. Petersburg College: $100
* James Madden, deputy superintendent: $100
* Valerie Brimm, director, district office of strategic partnerships, $100
* St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster: $100
* Pastor Clarence Welch: $100
* Pastor Clarence Williams: $100
* Cynthia Kidd, principal, Lakewood Elementary: $50.00
* Anonymous donor: $100
* Momma Tee Lassiter, community organizer: $50.00

[Last modified: Monday, November 21, 2011 2:56pm]


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