TOPEKA, KANSAS - SparkWheel is honored to be the recipient of a $2,000 grant from the Topeka Community Foundation, as part of the foundation's 40th Anniversary Education Grant cycle. This grant provides funding for the organization’s programming across five Topeka schools within USD 501 – Topeka Public Schools: Ross and State Street Elementary Schools, and Highland Park, Topeka West, and Topeka High Schools.
Since the 2011-2012 school year, SparkWheel has been dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of students in the Topeka community. The Topeka Community Foundation's support has played an integral role in enabling the group to make a positive impact on the lives of students and families in this region.
SparkWheel is proud to be a long-standing beneficiary of the Topeka Community Foundation. Their consistent support, both in terms of funding and as a neutral convener on critical community issues, has been instrumental in SparkWheel’s mission to remove barriers and provide those they serve with the tools and resources they need to survive, now and into the future.
Beyond their financial assistance, the Topeka Community Foundation embodies the spirit of community collaboration and putting people first. Their dedication to the betterment of Topeka and Shawnee County is a source of inspiration and a shining example of what can be achieved through collective efforts.
This grant from the Topeka Community Foundation's 40th Anniversary Education Grant cycle will fuel SparkWheel's ongoing commitment to students in Topeka's public schools, enabling them to continue providing integrated student support programs that make a tangible difference in the lives of young learners.
SparkWheel extends its gratitude to the Topeka Community Foundation for their unwavering support and belief in our mission. “Together, we are working towards a brighter future for the students and families of Topeka,” said Noelle Haselhuhn, SparkWheel Communications Manager.
About the Topeka Community Foundation
Since 1983, the Topeka Community Foundation has worked to improve the quality of life in our region through an active partnership with donors and others who believe, as we do, that positive change occurs through effective charitable giving. Today, the Community Foundation manages almost 400 charitable funds established by individuals, families, and businesses and nonprofit organizations. Together, these funds represent ordinary people who have made extraordinary commitments to our community.