• Join the Million Dollar Campaign:

    We are looking for 500 people and businesses to partner with us in raising One Million Dollars during the next two years.  Those giving $2,000 during that time will have their names engraved on a permanent, prominent plaque as members of the Million Dollar Club.  Just add the words, Million Dollar Club” in the Comments line when donating to any program sponsored by the Foundation under “Donate Now.”
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  • Laurie Tindill Maloney - Class of 1988

    Laurie Tindill Maloney has spent her entire life as a member of the Chico community and she has made that very community the center of her life’s focus and work: helping others.  Laurie began her involvement in community service while working in the banking business. As a personal banker, she represented the bank in the community by participating in the organization of various philanthropic events.
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  • Anna Griffith - Class of 2002

    Anna Griffith, class of 2002, was born and raised in Chico and attended Notre Dame and Bidwell Junior High before entering PVHS.  While attending PVHS, Anna was an excellent academic student, was involved in Student Government and was also a strong athlete.  She was a star player on both the basketball team and the volleyball team.   She received a scholarship from Gatorade for her many athletic accomplishments.
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  • Honored Patron: Danny Andreasen

    Danny Andreasen, one of PV’s top patrons for 2017, was chosen for all of his hard work and generous donations to PV over the years.  Danny came to Chico when he was 10 and is a PV alumnus.  He studied business in college and is now a licensed General Contractor in both California and Nevada.  Danny is the President and CEO of what is now known as Cleanrite-Buildrite (CRBR), which specializes in rug and upholstery cleaning, wind, water and fire restoration and construction.
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  • Honored Patron: Tim O’Connell

    Tim O’Connell has been chosen as one of PV’s top patrons for 2017-18 for his incredible contributions to PVHS over the years. Tim attended CSUC before entering the US Navy where he was a nuclear engineer on Fast Attack Submarines.  Tim returned to CSUC where he graduated with a degree in Polymer Technology. After gaining experience working as a Systems Engineer in various cities, Tim returned to Chico where he started his international company, Rescue 42, Inc., which manufactures special rescue equipment for fire departments. 
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One Outstanding Night

Our Eighth Annual Viking Pride Night was held last September 30 at Butte Creek Country Club.  It was a fantastic night of raffles, music (the PV Jazz Band), and honoring two special alumni (Laurie Tindill Maloney ’88, and Anna Griffith O.D. ’02).  We also added an additional award this year called the Patron award presented to a community member, whether a PV grad or not, who has gone above and beyond to promote or help PV.  That award went to Dan Andreasen of Cleanrite Buildrite and Tim O’Connell of Rescue 42. 

For the ninth year in a row, the foundation awarded grants to the staff at PV to aid in classroom and school-wide learning opportunities.  To date, we have awarded $75,400 in Grants and have over $144,000 in an Endowment fund for future grants.  You can add to this by clicking on the DONATE button to the left and either make a donation to the foundation or by buying a brick for our Legacy Walkway.

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