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Thank You to Premia Capital

The Redwood City Education Foundation (RCEF) is thrilled to announce that it has received its largest-ever gift in a single year from Premia Capital, which is supporting the Foundation’s Back-to-School campaign with a $125,000 contribution.

RCEF launched its Back-To-School campaign in late July to provide vulnerable students with vital distance learning resources, including mental health counseling, free WiFi access, school supplies, and noise cancelling headphones.

“These extraordinary times call for an equally extraordinary community response,” said RCEF Executive Director Jason Galisatus. “We are deeply grateful to Premia for stepping up to the plate in such a major way. They are setting a new high bar for corporate social responsibility in Redwood City.”

The campaign will provide support to the nearly 1,700 students at Hoover, Garfield, and Taft schools, 90% of whom are considered low income and 70% are English learners.

“To kids, parents and teachers of Redwood City: keep fighting, we’ll be here in your corner,” said Michael Halow, owner of Premia Capital, a leading commercial real estate investment and development firm based in Redwood City.

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Redwood City Education Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1983 by concerned parents and community members in the wake of drastic Prop 13 cuts. RCEF's mission is to improve the academic performance of underserved students

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Address: PO Box 3046, Redwood City, CA 94063


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