Pioneer shows support for Cuero Education Foundation

The Cuero ISD Education Foundation (CISDEF) is proud to announce that it will be hosting a concert fundraiser in the Cuero ISD Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Nov. 12. Funds raised from the concert will directly benefit the faculty, staff and students of Cuero ISD in the form of grants. Grants are awarded annually to CISD faculty and staff to fund projects, programs and resources outside the scope of traditional school funding. Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded more than $500,000 in grants.
 
The Foundation is proud to partner with Pioneer Natural Resources for this event. Pioneer is a Texas-based independent exploration and production company that is focused on helping to meet the world’s energy needs. It delivers industry-leading production and reserve growth through onshore, unconventional, oil and gas resource development, while providing opportunities for growth and enrichment for its business partners, employees and the communities in which it operates. 
 
On Jan. 19, Pioneer Natural Resources presented the CISDEF with a $20,000 sponsorship and became the “Platinum Album” donor for the Foundation’s concert fundraiser. “The Foundation’s Board of Directors and I are thrilled to partner with Pioneer Natural Resources for the benefit of our community. On behalf of the Board, I’d like to express my sincere thanks to Pioneer Natural Resources for its investment in the faculty and staff of Cuero ISD,” said CISDEF executive director, Jaime Stanfill.
 
Further information regarding the concert fundraiser, including the entertainer and ticket information, will be released at a later date. If you would like more information regarding partnering with the Foundation as an event sponsor, please contact the Foundation’s executive director, Jaime Stanfill, at jstanfill@cueroisd.org.
 
On Jan. 19, Pioneer Natural Resources presented the Cuero ISD Education Foundation (CISDEF) with a $20,000 sponsorship to help underwrite the Foundation’s concert fundraiser, which will be held in the Cuero ISD Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Nov. 12. Funds raised from the concert will directly benefit the faculty, staff and students of Cuero ISD in the form of grants. Pictured from left are Jaime Stanfill, CISDEF executive director, Darwin Koenning, CISDEF vice-president of development, Ward Belanger, Pioneer’s senior field operations manager and Rhonda Fotiades, Pioneer’s senior public affairs specialist.
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