- 01 February 2017
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The School of Imagination is excited to announce it raised more than $100,000 through its first-ever “Let’s Make a Match” campaign.
“The support we received from our community was so incredible,” said Charlene Sigman, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the School of Imagination. “We truly couldn’t have done this without our great parents and supporters, the time they volunteered, and of course, the Quest Foundation. Your support has been overwhelming.”
In June, the Quest Foundation made a very generous one-year pledge to match every dollar SOI could raise up to $50,000. Through “Let’s Make a Match,” which gave donors opportunities to give back to SOI in ways that spoke to their individual giving goals, only six months were needed to reach the goal. Funds raised at SOI’s “Visit with Santa” breakfast fundraiser, by gifts to the Vogt Family Fund, through Employer Matching Programs, via eScrip and Amazon Smile, or tax-deductible cash donations all counted toward making the match.
To make further contributions to SOI, supporters are encouraged to visit www.schoolofimagination.org/invest-2.
About the School of Imagination
Founded in 2001, the School of Imagination and Happy Talkers in Dublin, Calif. has served thousands of families throughout Northern California with road maps to success – from evaluation to diagnosis and implementation. The organization is committed to bringing out the extraordinary in every child by providing groundbreaking, collaborative and individualized educational, therapeutic and family support services. In addition to cutting‐edge early intervention services, the program provides a full inclusion preschool. This model empowers special needs children to learn alongside their typical peers, giving them the greatest chance to become mainstreamed.