Come Join Us

April 5, 2024  |  5:00 pm – 8:30 pm | Quinlan Community Center, Cupertino

Guest Reception & Auction with Student Performances begins at 5pm, followed by a Seated Dinner

Spring for Education

The Fremont Union High Schools Foundation (the “Foundation”) is a nonprofit organization that supports educational programs in our local public high schools. The Foundation serves over 9,000 students who attend Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook, and Monta Vista High Schools.

We are hosting our Spring for Education 2024 Fundraiser on April 5, 2024. We would like to invite you to participate. We hope you can join us! 

This fundraiser and community party welcomes over 250 guests – students, parents, teachers, administrators and community members. At Spring For Education 2024 we will have Student Performances & Displays, Seated Dinner, Beer, Wine & Soda Sales, Silent Auction and Engaging Program. Event proceeds will provide funding and support in three general areas:

Academic Enrichment: STEM, Visual and Performing Arts, Athletics, Journalism, Robotics, etc
Student Support Services: Schoology to foster home-school communications, Mental Health Support
College/Career Readiness: Naviance online resource, Job Fair, Resume/Interview Workshops


Tickets are now available online at here.


If you are unable to attend and/or would like to support the Foundation, you can do so by clicking here


Our sponsors may receive free tickets, click the Sponsorships tab to learn more about sponsorship’s opportunities

Sponsorship Opportunities

Our generous sponsors make a big difference and enable many programs that benefit all of our students. We invite you to be a Sponsor by picking one of the Sponsorship packages below. Become a Sponsor by clicking here. Please contact Loy Opus-Moe ( ) if you have any questions.

Sponsorship Level Patrons Circle Champions Circle Innovators Circle Leaders Circle Visionaries Circle
Sponsor Amount $500 $1,000 $2,500 $5,000 $10,000 and above
Recognition of donor name on the permanent plaque at the District Office or School Site of your choice
Recognition in the Annual Fundraising event program & event press release
Number of free tickets to the Annual Fundraising Event 0 2 4 6 Reserved full table
Many other advertisement opportunities through the Foundation’s media***

***Sponsors are acknowledged in the Foundation’s Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as the monthly e-Newsletter that goes out to 20,000 parents and community members. Real Estate Partners for Educational Excellence are featured in the San Jose Mercury News Real Estate Section in mid-March. Detailed sponsorship levels & benefits can be found here.



Our silent auction can be viewed at

Featured Items

Exclusive Reserved 2024 Graduation Ceremony Seats for Class of 2024! Only available at our online Auction!

How to Donate Auction Items

Will you support our auction via a donation of goods, services or experiences? Publicity and recognition will be given for items donated by March 18, 2024. We are soliciting donations in the following categories:

• Vacations • Wine
• Sporting Events • Restaurants
• Hosted Dinners • Gift Certificates to products and services


All donations are tax deductible. Tax ID 94-2907804. Donate auction items by clicking here. 

2023-2024 Circle of Believers Awardees

The Circle of Believers Award is the higest recognition bestowed on community  members who have provided long-standing support for the FUHS Foundation and its mission.

Congratulations to Maria Segal and Debbie Casanova to be awarded as the 2023-2024 Circle of Believers !

Maria Segal                                                   Debbie Casanova


Maria Segal  

Maria Segal served on the Foundation Board for many years culminating in her leading the Board as President in 2014-2017. She led the Strategic Planning process that laid out goals and strategies for succeeding years. Maria’s community involvement was wide-ranging:  from her 3 boys’ elementary, middle and high schools (Stevens Creek Elementary, Kennedy MS and Monta Vista HS) to district-wide advisory groups including the one that led to the creation of Lawson Middle School.  She was involved with the Junior League for eight years, and is now active in the Rotary Club of Cupertino, the Antiochian Orthodox Church of the Redeemer in Los Altos, KARA (a non-profit that provides grief support), and the Tim Griffith Foundation serving as a facilitator during weekend retreats for bereaved parents.


Debbie Casanova

Debbie Casanova served as the Treasurer of the Foundation Board for 10 years.  As the Foundation expanded its fundraising programs and activities, Debbie was instrumental in formalizing financial processes and systems to ensure accountability and transparency. Her dedication and commitment to the Foundation was evident as she stayed involved to help ensure a flawless transition of the systems, processes and the financials to her successor.  Debbie’s previous volunteer roles include:  PTSA Treasurer at Kennedy MS and Monta Vista HS and helping with Emergency Preparedness, CEEF Silent Auction, and Monta Vista’s Senior All-Night Party (SANP).  After retiring from the Foundation Board, Debbie continues to serve the community via the Montalvo Service Group.


Quinlan Community Center

10185 N Stelling Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Host Contact


Phone 408-773-1218


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