January 29, 2015


 

Inglewood City Councilman Ralph Franklin, left, recently joined Dr. LaSonja Brown, center,

Inglewood High School assistant principal; and Marvin Jackmon, right,

Southern California Edison (SCE) local public affairs region manager,

in distributing new backpacks filled with essential school supplies to seniors at Inglewood High School. 

Seniors at Morningside High School were also surprised with free backpacks and school supplies funded by Edison International,

the parent company of SCE, and made possible by CBS EcoMedia Inc. and The Kids In Need Foundation.  (Southern California Edison)

 

 

 

 

 



Tammy Tumbling, left, director of Community Investment and Philanthropy at Southern California Edison, chats with a student, right, at Morningside High School where seniors recently received new backpacks filled with essential school supplies funded by Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison, and made possible by CBS EcoMedia Inc. and its national partner, The Kids In Need Foundation.  Seniors at Inglewood High School were also surprised with new backpacks and school supplies. The giveaway is part of Edison International’s commitment to support education in the communities it serves and to promote its $1.2 million Edison Scholar Program which has awarded nearly $4 million in scholarships to 460 students.  This year, Edison International will award 30 students scholarships valued at $40,000 each.  The deadline to apply is February 1.  (Southern California Edison)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category: Education



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