LAWRENCE, KANSAS - SparkWheel is pleased to announce it has received a $4,000 Momentum Grant from the Douglas County Community Foundation. Funding from this grant will support the students that SparkWheel is currently serving at Prairie Park Elementary School.
Momentum Grants fuel projects and programs that help people in Douglas County who face poverty build momentum as they take steps to reach their potential and positively impact the community.
SparkWheel is passionate about providing students with the tools and resources they need to succeed academically. The funding from this Momentum Grant will be directed towards program materials, a cornerstone of the group’s initiatives. Program materials encompass a wide range of resources, including textbooks, learning aids, and interactive tools that foster a love for learning and nurture academic growth. These materials play a pivotal role in creating engaging and effective learning environments for the students SparkWheel serves.
SparkWheel extends its heartfelt thanks to the Douglas County Community Foundation for their partnership in making a positive impact on the lives of students. “Together, we are nurturing a brighter future for our community, one student at a time,” said Noelle Haselhuhn, SparkWheel Communications Manager.
About the Douglas County Community Foundation
The mission of the Douglas County Community Foundation is to enrich the quality of life in the communities of Douglas County by building philanthropic resources and relationships, providing attractive options for donors to make philanthropic contributions, and being a catalyst for the betterment of the lives of the citizens of Douglas County. The Foundation is a community leader convening government agencies, businesses, and nonprofit organizations, and coordinating resources to create positive change. Learn more at https://www.dccfoundation.org.