CLSA Education Foundation - CSUF Endowment Fund

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The CLSA Education Foundation has worked with CSU Fresno to create an endowment that will fund a full-time professor licensed to practice land surveying in California. This will help to ensure that the CSU Fresno Geomatics program continues.

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Thank you everyone for helping to raise $292,224.32 for the CSU Fresno Endowment Fund!

Donation Levels

Special Thanks to our Valued Donors!

Double Diamond $10,000 and up
Diamond $5,000 - $9,999
Platinum $3,000 - $4,999
Gold $1,000 - $2,999
Silver $500 - $999
Bronze $200 - $499
Copper Up to $199

 

Double Diamond ($10,000 and up)
California Surveying & Drafting Supply
Fresno GME Foundation*

Diamond ($5,000 and up)
Leica Geosystems
Sacramento Chapter
Sam Taylor, Jr.

Platinum Level ($3000 - $4999)

Channel Islands Chapter
Hennon Surveying (Glendale, CA)
Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter

Gold Level ($1000 - $2999)
Bakersfield Chapter
Bedrock Engineering, Inc. (Clovis, CA)
David Biswanger
Central Coast Chapter
Central Valley Chapter
East Bay Chapter
Ken Fargen
David Haller
Jim & Barbe Herrick
Marti Ikehara
Gary Lippincott
KDM Meridian, Inc
Los Angeles .
McPheeters & Associates (Clovis, CA)
Monterey Bay Chapter
David Murtha
Ron Nelms
Northern Counties Chapter
NorthStar Engineering (Chico, CA)
Myles Pustejovsky
San Diego Chapter
Simpson Land Surveying, Co. (Santa Barbara, CA)
Sonoma County Chapter
Fred Wheeler

Silver Level ($500 - $999)
Travis & Khae Bohan
Ed Boris
Desert Chapter
Dorothy Calegari
Les Freligh
Donna Fujihara
Bill Hofferber
Humboldt Chapter
Michael Jones
Frank Lehmann
Jackie Luk
Debbie Naves
Penfield & Smith
Professonal Engineers in California Government
Keith Spencer
League of California Surveying Organizations
San Joaquin Valley Chapter

Bronze Level ($200 - $499)
Frank Borges
Rich Briner
Michael Cusick
Gwen Gee
Kevin Hills
Jerry Hovell
John Koroyan
Kurt Lehnhardt
Steve Martin
Anne Minney
Richard Roper
Ross Thompson
Li Zhang

Copper Level (up to $199)
Tim Brewer
Dimensions 4 Engineering, Inc. (Santa Rosa, CA)
Thomas Decker
Janine Hampton
Roger Hanlin
Jessica Lehman
Tim Mack
Ric Moore
William Nailling
Michael Renteria
Leonard Stiles
David Tully
Jonathan Walsh

*Several companies and individuals made generous contributions to the Fresno GME Foundation. Their donations to the Fresno GME were used to help fund the endowment. Those donors include:

  • Joseph Bell Hyde Memorial (Diamond Level)
  • Johnson-Frank & Associates (Diamond Level)
  • Towill, Inc. (Diamond Level)
  • Psomas (Diamond Level)
  • Hennon Surveying & Mapping (Gold Level)
  • Bush & Associates (Gold Level)
  • KDM Meridian (Gold Level)
  • Fuscoe (Gold Level)
  • David Woolley (Silver Level)
  • Coast Surveying (Silver Level)
  • Greg Helmer (Silver Level)
  • NCS-ACSM
  • Bree Gallery (Silver Level)
  • John Chiappe, Jr. (Copper Level)
  • Gene & Mary Muse (Silver Level)
  • Robert Sellman (Bronze Level)
  • Gary Dixon (Gold Level)
  • Bedrock Engineering (Platinum Level)
  • James Crossfield (Platinum Level)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLSA EDUCATION FOUNDATION IS A 501(c)3 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION
DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW

The Issue:

  • California has been steadily reducing funding for educational institutions.
  • The CSU Fresno Geomatics program is considered to be small and is more susceptible to cutbacks or elimination. 
  • Both professors that hold a professional land surveying license, are now retired

The Need:

  • CSU Fresno Geomatics program was the first four year surveying degree program in the nation and the first to become ABET accredited.
  • CSU Fresno Geomatics has graduated over 700 students.
  • Students graduating from the CSU Fresno Geomatics program have gone on to serve in many leadership positions in the land surveying profession both in the private and public sector.

The Solution:

  • The CLSA Education Foundation has worked with CSU Fresno to create an endowment that will fund a full-time professor licensed to practice land surveying in California. This will help to ensure that the CSU Fresno Geomatics program continues.
  • Lyles Foundation will match all donations, dollar-for-dollar, up to $1 million

The Benefit:

  • Your donation is fully tax deductible!