30th Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, November 9
Stutson House (34 Stutson Street)
5:30 – 6:00 pm
VIP Meet the Artist Champagne Reception
6:00 – 9 pm
Hors d’oeuvres and Cash Bar
Tickets available at Wegmans
VIP Reception – $50, Patron – $25, Student – $10
The evening will include a live auction of 3 unique art windows. These art pieces were created from windows from Irondequit High School by local artists Susan Carmen-Duffy, Brandi Marino, and Jeanette Musliner.
The evening will also include a silent art auction featuring work from artists including Ellen Brannin, Fran Mascari, Arlene Miller, Jeanette Musliner, Terry Patti, Jeannine Roemer, and Sally Steinwachs.
Please join us as we celebrate our past success and look to the future.
30 Years of Support for West Irondequoit Schools
Who We Are
The West Irondequoit Foundation is a not-for-profit organization established in 1987 to receive gifts, bequests and donations in order to provide funding to enhance the educational programs of the West Irondequoit Central School District (WICSD).
What We Do
The Foundation raises funds to underwrite teacher-initiated grants for projects, equipment and programs that cannot be supported by the district’s annual operating budget. The Foundation is led by a volunteer board of directors whose energies are deeply rooted in an enduring pride and abiding commitment to West Irondequoit Central School District. They rely entirely on the support of alumni, businesses and the community to carry out the Foundation’s endeavors in support of educational excellence.
Through a strong annual campaign and a variety of fundraising activities, the West Irondequoit Foundation has granted more than $852,549 to West Irondequoit Central School District Teachers and Programs since 1990 when the first grants were awarded.
Thank you donors!
We cannot do what we do without you. Thank you to the many individuals, families and businesses in our community who have supported our mission over the past year. Your contributions have funded programs and equipment to enhance the educational experience of the students in our school district.
Our roll of donors was published in the Winter 2016 Edition of the WICSD Community Education Guide, which is mailed to all West Irondequoit households. View the Roll of Donors