Supporting educational programs and research from K-12 to Collegiate level.
Our mission is to give high‐achieving, low‐income students the opportunity to reach their full potential by attending four‐year colleges.
"The funding from Fusenot
Organization means a tremendous amount to Minds Matter San Francisco. We are
currently in a stage of focused program development to improve our student
outcomes and additional funding is critical to allowing us to focus on that goal
and achieving it. We care the most about how well our students develop
themselves in our program (both academic & character development) and how
well they do in college and beyond. Having additional resources to accomplish
that mission is vital to both our success and our community's success with its
most talented & under‐privileged students. We intend on using this funding
to improve the quality of our curriculum and fund student projects that will
develop our students' skills and showcase their talents to colleges and
employers. We appreciate the Fusenot Organization for supporting our
organization and contributing to Mind Matter's goal of closing the opportunity
gap for low‐income, underprivileged students."
San Diego Center for Economic Education is an affiliate of the California Council on Economic Education. It's goal is to assist students in their lives as consumers, investors, entrepreneurs, citizens and members of the workforce. The SDCEE at Cuyamaca College does this by:
• Identifying quality resources for educators in San Diego County
• Providing continuing support for teachers, including training, development and dissemination of teaching resources in order to meet established standards in economics
• Creating incentives and recognition for students and teachers who demonstrate superior performance in economics
• Collaborating with other organizations that are also educating and inspiring students to successfully participate in a free market system and
• Encouraging the implementation of economic related lessons throughout the curriculum, ensuring that all elementary and secondary students can understand and apply economic principles.
"Fusenot funding helps provide essential life skills for California's K-12 youth -- financial literacy helps our students make informed decisions and choices about money. Your grant funds supported one of our 6 affiliate organizations serving K-12 students in the state of California, our San Diego Center for Economic Education. Thank you for your investment in California's future!"
Allysunn Walker-Williams, President & CEO
California Council on Economic Education
Loyola High School of Los Angeles, a Catholic Jesuit college preparatory school, inspires students to become men of faith, scholarship, service, and leadership.
“The support from the Georges and Germaine Fusenot
Charity Foundation goes to the core of our mission as a Catholic/Jesuit school to
not turn away qualifying students on the basis of their financial status”.
Our mission is to provide a Catholic liberal arts education for young men in an environment
that promotes the development of mind, heart and body in the Augustinian tradition. By
helping to form loving disciples of Jesus Christ we communicate to the world the gospel
values of community, truth and love.
“Tuition Assistance Grants such as those made through the Fusenot Charity Foundation help students in need continue their pursuit of achieving an Augustinian education and moving on to college as thoughtful young men ready to make an impact on their communities. With 52% of our students receiving financial assistance, the grant will help one of them achieve a world-class college preparatory education.”
Dan Strickland, Director of Advancement & Alumni Relations
St. Augustine High School
Academic Excellence with Christ-like Character.
"Our passion is to education children with the best possible materials available and this grant allowed us to purchase necessary materials for our teachers to effectively teach the children in their classrooms."
Rachel Talavera, Administrator
Mother Lode Christian School
The mission of The Preuss School UCSD is to prepare low-income, underrepresented students to become the first generation in their family to attend a four-year college or university of their choice.
“The Georges & Germaine Fusenot Foundation has been a generous partner supporting The Preuss School UCSD’s mission to prepare low-income youth to be the first generation in their family to attend a four-year college. The Fusenot Foundation accomplished this by supporting the Preuss Academic Enrichment Fund and the Middle School Mobile Laptop Program. Enrichment and innovation was made possible thanks to the Fusenot Foundation’s thoughtful philanthropy.”
Scott Barton, Principal / Director
The Preuss School UCSD
The Center for Surf Research is the preeminent resource in sustainable surf tourism for researchers, tourism operators, communities, governments, and surfers globally.
"The support of the Fusenot Foundation has been absolutely critical to the work of the Center for Surf Research over the past several years. With the support of the Foundation we have been able to impact sustainable surf tourism policies in a number of countries, provide genuinely transformational education experiences for our students, and create an international network of researchers who are actively involved in the conservation of coastal and marine environments in more than 15 countries. All of this has helped us demonstrate to hundreds of SDSU students that they can create careers with meaning around their passions"
Dr. Jess Ponting, Director
SDSU Center for Surf Research
Associate Professor- School of Hospitality & Tourism Management.
Our mission is to be the most personalized school of its kind in developing hospitality and tourism leaders.
"We are so grateful for the Fusenot Foundation's support. Your gifts help needy and deserving students experience learning outside of the classroom, in settings that greatly improve their education and career opportunities. We believe that the best way to prepare students for success is through education AND real world experience. To that end, 'Experiential Learning' is a big part of what we do. 'Experiential learning' includes attending professional industry related events such as trade association activities, educational programs, professional development conferences and networking events. As a public university, we simply lack the resources to send our students to these events. Our students report that these events are often eye opening and sometimes life changing. We are able to achieve a 99% job placement rate for our students because of your contributions. Thank you so much for this amazingly impactful support!
Carl Winston, Director
L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management
Celebrating 50 Years of Goodwill