Did you graduate in the 90s? Word.
The Wolverine Way Challenge is a new challenge in Woodland Hills! We need every alumni decade to help us raise $10,000 each towards our $50,000 goal. So, why set the goal so high?
The Woodland Hills Foundation supports the Woodland Hills School District in countless ways. The Woodland Hills School District touches everything in the community: our children’s education, our quality of life, our infrastructure and our livelihoods. At the heart of the Foundation’s mission is both the past and current family and students of Woodland Hills and the talents they possess; Their passions, skills, and ideas become the lifeblood and the future of our community.
We are coming to you because, as alumni, who share common roots with our students, your support would not only help ensure that every student in the Woodland Hills School District is awarded with the same opportunities for success as their peers in other schools—it would demonstrate to every student, every teacher, ever coach and staff member, parent and family, that your time in Woodland Hills made a difference in your life.
And that today, their success matters to you.
So, do you think the other decade groups will raise more than classes who graduated in the 90s? As if! Tell them "talk to the hand" because Wolverines who graduated in the 90s are all that and a bag of chips!
Thanks to you the Woodland Hills School District Classes of 1990-1999 are one step closer to their goal!
An automatic donation receipt will be sent to the email address you provided and a formal thank you letter will follow.
If you have any questions, or would like to take a more active role in recruiting more donors to the Wolverine Way Challenge, please contact Jennifer Trehar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again for your generous support!