News & Notes from the Dart Foundation and organizations supported by our grants…

Dart Foundation Provides Grant for TechTransport Bus

Foundation Manager Emily L. Matthews was on hand to receive special recognition from ITEC (Information Technology Empowerment Center) as one of several area funders that helped bring their TechTransport bus project to fruition. The bus is designed to bring learning to 2,500 Lansing-area children annually who have limited access to home computers and the internet.  

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Dart Foundation donates to LCC Foundation

Dart Foundation Trustee Ariane Dart presenting a $300,000 “Big Check” to Dan McKean, Executive Director of the Lansing Community College Foundation, for renovation and new construction of their Center for Manufacturing Excellence.

Boys and Girls Club of Magic Valley

The Dart Foundation provides a grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Magic Valley for their newly-renovated and expanded robotics classroom. Source: Article

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Hot Wheels Race to Win

Foundation Manager Emily L. Matthews (4th from right) attends Impression 5’s Press Conference, Unveiling the Dart Hall of Science and the “Hot Wheels Race to Win” Exhibit.

Grateful for Grants

The Dart Foundation awards grant to Cocalico High School for purchase of a 3-D printer.


Dart Foundation Donates to Kettering University

The Dart Foundation has awarded Kettering University $177,000 to purchase plastics equipment to enhance educational and research opportunities for faculty and students on campus. Source: Kettering University

Grants Distributed to Support STEM Projects in Local Classrooms

The Dart Foundation awards a several grants to Rockdale and Newton County schools to give them a boost in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics projects.


Dart Foundation awards grant to TCPS career and technology education program

The Dart Foundation recently awarded a grant in the amount of $4,495 to Talbot County Public Schools for their Career and Technology Education – Interactive Media Production (IMP) Pathway Equipment Project.