Thank you for your support!

Posted by on May 30, 2017 in Featured | Comments Off on Thank you for your support!

Thank you for your support!

Hello, As we celebrate a day of remembrance, I wanted to tell you how much I remember all of you and your kindness and generosity that has made such a difference in the following students that will be graduating next month. (Class of 2016-2017) I am waiting to get personal notes and pictures, and when I do I will indeed pass them on to you. Three students will be making great strides to graduate next year, as they were unable to graduate with their class. We will hold their support in reserve for them. I am proud to introduce the following students that you have supported, thus, making their...

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Senior Bundle Program

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Featured | Comments Off on Senior Bundle Program

Senior Bundle Program

Hello! The 2016-2017 school year is in full-force, and I wanted to inform and update you on our Senior Bundle program. We are moving forward into our fourth year of this successful program, which assists needy seniors (vetted by the high school counselor staff at Redlands High School), by providing an individual bundle. The Senior bundle consists of: cap/gown, announcements, yearbook, prom tickets and a grad night ticket. The cost for the entire bundle is $335.00. I wanted to thank you for your continued support and generosity towards this program and remind you that you have made such...

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Congrats Grads!!!

Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in Featured | Comments Off on Congrats Grads!!!

Congrats Grads!!!

“Congratulations to the grads of the Redlands High School of 2016! You did it! We are very proud of your accomplishments. We are especially proud of those special graduates that The Guardian Foundation was honored to sponsor.” Congratulations to: Anthony Brianna Alyssa Rachel Bryan Jose Robert “Your futures are as bright and strong as you are. You have overcome many obstacles, and you have survived brilliantly. All of us at The Guardian Foundation are very proud of all of you!”

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Sentiments From the 2015-16 Grads!

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Featured | Comments Off on Sentiments From the 2015-16 Grads!

Sentiments From the 2015-16 Grads!

Hello, I wanted to give you an update on the 2015-2016 senior graduates that you have graciously and generously assisted this year. We sponsored ten seniors with a senior bundle (yearbook, cap/gown, announcements, Prom ticket, and Grad night ticket). Two of our grads live a boy’s residential home, as they have no family to support them or they are unable to reside with their family. A couple of our other seniors will not be graduating with their class this year, but asked if we will hold our support for them as they are determined to graduate next year. We said, “Of...

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Happy New Year for 2016 Grads!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2016 in Featured | Comments Off on Happy New Year for 2016 Grads!

Happy New Year for 2016 Grads!

The Guardian Foundation is proud to sponsor 2016 well-deserving high school grads with a senior bundle, which consists of: *Yearbook *Cap/Gown *Announcements *Prom Tickets *Grad Night Tickets We are able to sponsor ten senior bundles for 2016 grads and looking to sponsor five more. This is our third year in assisting high school grads with these senior items, for a total of 30 grads thus far. All our high school grads are referred to us by high school counselors as being great students, yet, not able to have the resources to obtain these memorable items to commemorate their senior year. We...

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Helping High School Seniors

Posted by on Jul 15, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on Helping High School Seniors

Helping High School Seniors

Greetings! I wanted to update you on the High School kids you assisted this school year. Because of your generosity, 13 seniors received a “Senior Bundle,” which consisted of: yearbook, Prom ticket, cap & gown, announcements, and Grad Night entry fee ticket. Because of your kindness, these students were able to experience a memorable senior year. Thank you! Two of the thirteen seniors live in a boy’s home, as they have no family to live with, along with one senior losing his parents two years ago. He is living with an older brother. Please meet some of the students you...

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