Grants Applications

October 29, 2020  |  events, featured, news
Grants Applications

Congratulations to our 2020 fall grant recipients!   Monthly grant applications will open in January.  

To learn more about out grant categories and how you can apply please select the Grants tab.

Need some inspiration look at our Grant Winners and check out our Video

STEM to Them Mobile Lab

October 8, 2019  |  Event List, events, featured, news

 The STEM to Them Mobile Lab arrives soon!  This innovative mobile STEM Lab is unlike any other. It will travel to all elementary schools twice a year, providing robotics and engineering lessons to all students that encourage collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

Thank you to everyone who helped us meet our fundraising goal of $385,000.   Will you please help us achieve our goal and transform STEAM education for all MCCSC students please contact the Foundation.  

We are pleased to announce and thank our major gift donors to the program.

 
$100,000 – Diamond
       
 
 
 

$50,000 – Platinum

 
 
 
 
 

$25,000 – Gold
 
Raymond Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Silver -…

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Congratulations to the Class of 2012

May 31, 2012  |  featured, news, Uncategorized

Congratulations to the Class of 2012.  The Foundation wishes you all the best as you move forward to pursue to your dreams!

Bloomington Reads at the Farmers Market a Huge Success

May 4, 2011  |  featured, news

On Saturday, the weather was perfect and that meant a big crowd at the Farmers’ Market. Keith did an excellent job of MC-ing. Alan kept the place in the book and didn’t lose a single one! Betsy and Kelly and Tina recruited a steady stream of celebrity and walk-on readers. Cyrilla and Tamar somehow magically produced fliers, banners, stage, and sound system. Scott and Martha (who was probably the only one warm enough, at least early in the morning) created quite a buzz.

James and the Giant Peach turned out to be the perfect choice, as it was funny, fast-paced, and offered lots of dramatic possibilities. The reading went faster than expected, so the first reading finished at 11 and started over again. Read More