March 10, 2014
OSAA Foundation Headlines
January 31, 2014 - OSAA Foundation Donates Soccer Balls
OSAA Foundation donated nearly 500 soccer balls to local organizations. This generous donation was provided by Nike.
January 15, 2014 - Foundation Donates to Gladstone Dance Team
Through the generosity of corporate partners, the OSAA Foundation has the flexibility to give shirts and shorts to school teams across the state when they have extra inventory. Each of the 22 dancers on the Gladstone High School Dance team received a new pair of Nike athletic shorts and Nike athletic shirt.
January 7, 2014 - 19 Schools Apply for the inaugural Participation Grant
» Participation Grant Description
Schools from across the state have applied for the OSAA Foundation Participation Grant. With this being the first year of the grant, the goal was to make the application process as easy as possible with limited parameters on what schools could apply the $10,000 grant to. Five grants will be awarded in April.
January 6, 2014 - Composer Dave Metzger joins OSAA Foundation PSA project
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Dave grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, attended Corvallis High School and began composing music in the 7th grade for his school choirs and jazz band. He received his degree in music from California State University at Long Beach, and did graduate work at UCLA. Dave describes what his life would've been like without the activities in high school.
December 12, 2014 - OSAA Foundation receives $50,000 grant for Atlas and Athena
» Atlas and Athena Program
OEBB/PEBB and Moda Health have awarded the OSAA Foundation and OHSU a $50,000 grant to promote the Atlas and Athena program in rural member schools. The grant will focus on the Roseburg and Klamath Falls areas of Oregon.
October 22, 2013 - OSAA Donates Five AED's to Member Schools
Spray, Adrian, Harper, Crosshill Christian and Canyonville Christian have been the recipients of the latest grant from the OSAA Foundation. Through a survey filled out by member schools, these five schools indicated that they did not have and Automated External Defibrillator in their school. With that information the OSAA purchased a HeartState OnSite Defibrillator ($1,199 value) to each of those schools.
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