The Sedro-Woolley Alumni & Schools Foundation is a non-profit 503(c)(3) that raises, manages and distributes funds in support of student education in the Sedro-Woolley School District.

The Foundation has a robust scholarship program and currently provides approximately $40,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors. The Foundation also has a twice yearly classroom grant program that provides funding for innovative classroom materials and programs. 

The Foundation raises funds through general donations, its Harvest Happening Dinner/Auction, Pride Plaza pavers sales, annual plant sale and an Employee Giving Campaign. 

The 24 member volunteer board meets on the third Friday of odd-numbered months at the Sedro-Woolley School District administrative offices on Trail Road at 11:00 a.m.

History of the Sedro-Woolley Schools Foundation & Sedro-Woolley Alumni Association

Effective January 1, 2015, the Sedro-Woolley High School Alumni Association and Sedro-Woolley Schools Foundation merged both organizations into the Sedro-Woolley Alunni & Schools Foundation.

Each organization’s purpose and focus will be maintained in the new structure. The Alumni Association has historically worked to provide vocational scholarships to Sedro-Woolley school graduates. The S-W Schools Foundation raises money to fund grants and improve S-W schools at the classroom level. The new organization will do both, through a set of permanent committees.

 A committee with representatives from each group has met and carefully crafted a set of bylaws.

“Both organizations have compatible goals, and the synergy resulting from the merger will help us involve more community members overall,” commented Brock Stiles, current president of the Sedro-Woolley Schools Foundation.