Canyon Crest Academy Foundation’s Black Envelope fundraiser helps keep CCA ‘In The Black’

Collecting black envelopes were CCA parent volunteers Kristen Patterson, Lorraine Pfahl, Phaedra Seidel and Loraine Dyson, vice president, fundraising, Canyon Crest Academy Foundation.

A unique fundraiser caught the attention of Canyon Crest Academy supporters during the week of Nov. 15.   “Black Envelope Day” featured donations from parents and the local community placed in black envelopes passed out Nov. 15-17 and collected on Nov. 18 by volunteers dressed in black. The Canyon Crest Academy Foundation received more than $8,000 from these generous individuals – all going to the Raven’s Fund, an unrestricted fund using donations where they are needed most. Thank you to all the parents, local residents and community businesses for contributing to the CCA Foundation. These donations will enable Canyon Crest Academy to continue to offer the expansive curriculum and enriching educational and athletic programs that have made Canyon Crest Academy one of California’s top-ranked high schools.

To learn more about the Canyon Crest Academy Foundation, or to make a donation online, visit www.canyoncrestacademyfoundation.org.  The Canyon Crest Academy Foundation is a nonprofit, parent volunteer organization dedicated to realizing CCA’s educational programs and priorities through financial, volunteer and community support.

Canyon Crest Academy is part of the San Dieguito Union High School District and is located at 5951 Village Center Loop Road, San Diego, CA 92130, www2.sduhsd.net/cc/.

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