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Our Mission

The Shoreline Public Schools Foundation funds opportunities for educational success.

About Us


Board of Trustees

2010 - present

Created in 1992, the mission of the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation (SPSF) funds opportunities for educational success.
The SPSF board is comprised of parents, community members, educators and alumni who share the desire to help all students in the Shoreline School District. The Foundation works directly with administrators and teachers to support the District's most crucial areas of learning, so every student achieves his/her full potential.

A 501 (c)(3) organization. Tax ID# 91-1556631

**Since its' inception, SPSF has raised over $5.3 million through individual contributions, corporate & local businesses, community organizations & foundations. 

2022-2023 Board of Trustees

President - Rebecca Arpin
SSD Substitute Teacher
Vice President - Saul Clifasefi
UW School of Social Work, Asst. Director of Finance

Treasurer - Michelle Brown
Community Volunteer

Secretary - Kristie Timss
1st Lutheran Church, Teacher

Foundation Staff
Cindy Pridemore
Executive Director


Charlene Carlson

Office & Programs Manager

2010 - present

                                            Advisory Board
Ken Altena                                                               Christie Quigley
Columbia, Senior Vice President                                  Windermere Agent
Molly Kosten                                                             Juanita Stave
City of Seattle, Attorney                                             Boeing, Retired
Sr. Director of Development Info Services


David Greenfield                                                      Evan Voltsis

D.A. Davidson, Financial Advisor                                 Spiro's Pizza and Pasta, Owner


                                                       Linda Wilson

                                                    Community Volunteer



Annual Report

Annual Report

During the 2021-2022 school year, our donors contributed more than $306,000 to support opportunities for educational success for students in every Shoreline Public School. 
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