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Cox talks education foundation


EDN Photo by Phil Banker / Tim Cox, board president of the Ennis ISD Education Foundation, spoke at the Tuesday meeting of the Ennis Rotary Club about the foundation's creation and purpose.

EDN Photo by Phil Banker / Tim Cox, board president of the Ennis ISD Education Foundation, spoke at the Tuesday meeting of the Ennis Rotary Club about the foundation’s creation and purpose.

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Tim Cox, board president of the Ennis ISD Educational Foundation, said local businesses should expect to receive fundraising requests beginning in May.

Cox told the Ennis Rotary Club on Tuesday afternoon that the foundation has submitted it’s application for 501(c)3 tax exempt status, meaning any donations made to the foundation are now tax deductible.

“We can operate at this point, and begin to accept donations,” Cox said. “At the end of May or very early summer, you will begin to see collateral asking for your support, your donations, explaining more about what the foundation can do.”

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