What Happened to the Calguns Foundation, a Gun Safety Course for Schools?

The Calguns foundation was set up in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012 to promote gun safety in schools.

The foundation was originally founded to teach courses in gun safety and gun safety education, but it has since expanded to teach gun safety courses at private, charter, and public schools in California.

The Calgun Foundation currently has more than 6,000 instructors and more than 30,000 students.

But it seems like it’s not working out as well as the foundation had hoped.

According to a recent report from The Daily Beast, Calguns has lost a record $14 million in funding, including more than $1 million in scholarships and grants.

The fund was set to be a $10 million source of funding for private schools, but instead Calguns will likely have to rely on state and local grants to cover the gap.

Calguns was slated to provide free courses for children ages 7 to 12 in Calguns’ schools in the Bay Area.

According the report, Calgun “failed to provide a viable alternative for its schools that was not reliant on private funding.”

The report said the foundation also lost $12 million due to financial problems.

But according to the report by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, the foundation “found that funding had been cut off and the schools had no other options.”

Noah noted that the foundation was “bailing on this effort” and that Calguns had to go into a “black hole.”

Calguns is currently working to fund an emergency fund to replace the funds.

According a Calguns spokesperson, the emergency fund will be able to help offset some of the shortfall due to the fund’s funding lapse.

Calgun’s next scheduled event is at Calguns West Campus in San Jose, CA on November 3, 2019.

The group plans to have another event on November 15 in Los Angeles.

Cal Guns is not the only nonprofit organization facing financial difficulties.

The American Civil Liberties Union recently lost more than half of its $9 million funding.

The ACLU received nearly $1.3 million in federal funding and grants, but the ACLU will not have the funds to continue the gun violence prevention efforts it had planned for the end of 2017.

As the organization’s funding status has been called into question, the organization has struggled to get students to attend gun safety classes.

A recent study by the American Psychological Association found that students were more likely to use guns to defend themselves, according to a survey conducted by the organization.

The study also found that nearly one-quarter of students said they would use a gun to protect themselves, compared to 15 percent who said they wouldn’t.

The gun violence epidemic in the United States has continued to worsen, and many states have taken steps to increase gun control.

In September, President Donald Trump signed into law a bill that will allow states to ban the sale and manufacture of assault weapons.

The law is also expected to prevent schools from offering guns to students and teachers.