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Thank you Demmon Partners

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Media Contact: Marbella Sala, (916) 490-8808, gnnaboard@gmail.com

Demmon Partners has announced a $15,000 donation to the Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood Association (GNNA) annual scholarship program.

For more than five years, GNNA’s scholarship program has awarded funds to students who live in the Gardenland Northgate neighborhood and who are enrolled in a college, university or a trade school. Scholarships range from $500 to $1,500 and based on a competitive application process.

Many GNNA scholarship recipients are from low-income households and represent the first generation in their families to pursue an education after graduating from high school.

“Receiving this money gave me hope as I embarked as the first in my family attending UC Davis,” said one recipient. “I am so grateful.”

Demmon Partners has long supported providing educational opportunities for all students. The firm believes this $15,000 donation to GNNA will help first-generation students from Gardenland Northgate on their post-secondary journey.

The media is invited to attend a ceremonial check presentation.

What: Check presentation

When: December 8 at 4 p.m.

Where: Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center, 450 W El Camino Avenue, Sacramento

Who: Demmon Partners and GNNA representatives

Demmon Partners is a family-owned and operated real estate investment, management, and development firm specializing in the apartment sector.

The Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood is a 501(c)3 non-profit which advocates for the Gardenland Northgate neighborhood in the South Natomas area of Sacramento, CA.

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