Left Right
Aargon Neon (Bill Concannon)
Beverly Hill
Bud Burlison

Billie Davis
Bull Valley Restaurant
CA Magic Dinner Theatre

Chuck & Salli Spoon
Crockett Pool
Crockett Pottery (K. Kearns)

David & Norma Black

Dean Colombo
de Young/Legion of Honor

Donald Peterson

Dr. Bryan Haynes, DDS

Dr. Jerilee Doss

Dr. Larry Porteous
El Sol Mexican Restaurant

Gaunt Murdock & Emma Sutton

Gloria & Roy DeForest
Healing Touch (B. Sanford)

Jerrold Parsons

J.t. Masterson

Judy Wing, M.S., LAc.

Julie & Brooks Dees

Kenneth & Carol Adams
(Daniel Rogers)
Law Offices of Christina H. Currington

Lewis & Dee Stewart

Mamie Walters
Mare Island Golf Club

Marla Parada

Maxine Chan
Merry Maids of Richmond
(Jennifer Mihalovich)
PATH Performance TC

R.J. & Louise Choquette

Richard & Anne Zampa

Robert & Dianna Chave

Rosemary Liden

(Your Logo or
Name Here)

The Warehouse

Tiffany & Nathan Pence
Trio Maxim (Jennifer Butler)
(Nikki Henry)
Virginia Silver-Rimbach &
Karl Rimbach

Virginia Crum-Ross
(A. Remington & M. McLeod)
(Janice Byer)
Rainbo Graphix (Beverly Hill)

Elizabeth Der
Clayton Bailey

Isabelle Rimbach

Emma Sutton

THE JOHN SWETT EDUCATION FOUNDATION exists through the generous giving of our community members, businesses, and grants. We value the support of each individual who donates, as well as the assistance of local businesses. We appreciate all who participate in our mission to provide needed resources to our local schools.

Individuals and businesses who have contributed to JSEF recently are listed above. Please support the businesses who helped and thank the people who donated. Together we can make John Swett schools a better place to learn.

Additionally, we thank the Crockett Community Foundation for their annual assistance with matching fundraising grants. Our efforts are enhanced with their help. ConocoPhillips and NuStar Energy have recently demonstrated support by sponsoring our November 2012 Get Lucky Prom.
For that and the promise of further partnership in the future, we are very grateful. We also wish to give special thanks to a corporate donor, the Wells Fargo Foundation. With their generous annual gifts, JSEF has funded computer technology in classrooms at Rodeo Hills Elementary.

Our supporters understand that JSEF is careful in placing our collective dollars where it’s needed most. Through our grant making process, we strive to improve and enhance educational opportunities for all students in the John Swett Unified School District. We are pleased and proud to be able to help students and teachers in our community during this time of educational needs and challenges.

Want to see your logo or name here? Join the donor parade by contributing today! JSEF is a 501(c)(3). All contributions are fully tax deductible.