San Juan Home & School Club

A nonprofit organization

$342,785 raised

89% complete

$387,000 Goal

San Juan Bautista Community Track

Why a Track?

Safety, health and fitness

San Juan Elementary School, located in historic San Juan Bautista, is rich in California history, agriculture and students who love to run, but no running track.  

Currently, students and their families who love to run can only run the backroads of San Juan Bautista, along with cars, large trucks and farm equipment.  This is not safe.  Help the San Juan Home and School Club build a running track in town, accessible to the entire community! 

A group of teachers, parents, alumni, and community members have come together to raise funds for a track that will serve students during school hours and the entire community during non-school hours. We have raised $341,435 from 202 individual donors, but we need more support to meet our goal. We have secured a $100,000 Matching Grant and our community matched it!  We are looking for sponsors to help make our dream a reality. 

How can I help?

We need to raise $387,000 to fund:

– 1/8 mile decomposed granite track W/100 meter Straightaway
– Updated irrigation
– Improved interior soccer field

Donate Today

Donate online today 
Send a check to:

San Juan Home & School Club
Attention:  Community Track
100 Nyland Drive
San Juan Bautista, CA  95045

Call (831) 402-2334

Join Our Sponsor Program

  • Mighty Milers Circle         $1,000+ 
  • 5K plus Circle                    $5,000+
  • 10K plus Circle                  $10,000+      
  • Fiesta Run Circle              $25,000+ 
  • Medallion Society            $50,000+ 

All sponsors will be recognized on social media, banners, and other promotional materials. 

For more information, please contact project coordinator, Teresa at (831) 402-2334.

Featured Donor

Aidan Castaneda "Runs for Funds"

San Juan School student and runner Aidan Castaneda loves to run. 

He and his family run on the back roads around San Juan, constantly keeping an eye out for cars and large trucks, so he is very aware of the need for safety when running and exercising.  

Aidan is so committed to helping create a safe place for people to run. He has personally raised $21,485 for the running track fund!  

Thank You to all Our Recent Donors!

Don & Barbara Chapin Foundation, Inaka Restaurant, San Benito County Supervisor Kosmicki, Nancy Lauritsen, Jennifer Colby, Matt Zazueta, James Ortega, Karen Stacy, Teresa Lavagnino, Tania Shanrock, Rachelle Grant, Rita Caetano, Rick Holthouse, Kirsten Hernandez, Joseph Weldon, Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Simon Fuchs, Arthur Testani, Carol Lavagnino, Dan Kerbs, Donna Fein West, Jessie Castaneda Mansmith from Pacific Oak Homes, Stan Searcy, Nyles Johnson, Joey Dorrell-Canepa, Daisy's Saloon, City of San Juan Bautista, Bob and Jolene Cosio, San Benito Health Foundation, Cowboy, Jennifer Roybal, Rotary Club of San Juan Bautista, Bill and Michelle Vance, Willis Family Fund, Moira Casey, Windmill Market, 

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For a complete list of donors click on our "Learn More" tab at the top of this page.

Organization Data


Organization name

San Juan Home & School Club

Tax id (EIN)



Health Community


San Juan Bautista, CA 95045


831 402 2334

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