News & Notes from the Dart Foundation and organizations supported by our grants…
Dart Foundation funds $45,000 3-D measuring instrument at Bates Technical College
TACOMA, Wash. – Students in the CNC Machinist program will have new equipment on which to learn because of a generous grant from the Dart Foundation.
The $45,000 grant, given to the Bates Technical College Foundation, will fund the purchase of a specialized measuring machine, the Computer Numerical Control Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), which will allow the college to offer a career path in CNC coordinate measuring machine operation and prog…Read More.
Dart Foundation Grant to benefit Allen Cancer Center at Nanticoke
The Nanticoke Health Foundation has received a grant supporting the Allen Cancer Center at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in the amount of $40,000 from the Dart Foundation. The Dart Foundation is a private family foundation established by Dart Container Corporation founder William A. Dart and his wife Claire T. Dart. The Foundation supports projects that enhance education, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math, and tho…Read More.
Dart Foundation Awards $750,000 to Highfields
Highfields is the recipient of a legacy gift in honor of W.A. and Claire Dart and their longtime affiliation with Highfields.
Dart Foundation Awards $45,970 to Owensboro Health Foundation
The Dart Foundation recently provided a grant to Owensboro Health Foundation to purchase an Apollo Adult Patient Simulator.
Dart Foundation provides grant to Piedmont Rockdale Hospital
CONYERS – Piedmont Rockdale Hospital has received a $36,390 grant from the Dart Foundation to purchase two Panda Warmers, medical devices used during labor and delivery to keep newborn babies warm and healthy in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
“We appreciate the support of the Dart Foundation,” said Marty Wynn, chief financial officer, Piedmont Rockdale. “The grant enables us to purchase equipment that allows us to provide the…Read More.
Dart Foundation awards Norco College $95,000
Norco, CA – The Norco College Manufacturing Technology program was awarded a $95,000 grant from the Dart Foundation to purchase a new Y-Axis Computer Numerical Control lathe for the Advanced Manufacturing Lab.
The Lab is utilized by more than 800 students each academic year. The new equipment will provide students with access to industry standard equipment. This will ensure they are fully prepared to operate current technology and enter the workf…Read More.
Dart Foundation Grants Support two Newton County School STEM Programs
Dart Foundation Donates to Common Ground Community Greenhouse
The Dart Foundation awarded a grant to Common Ground Ministries to help provide students the chance to put their hands on learning. The non-profit will soon begin construction on a greenhouse to teach students the finer points of agriculture and horticulture.
Dart Foundation Awards $700,000 to Capital Area Career Center
A check presentation was held at the Capital Area Career Center on April 24th, announcing Dart Foundation’s grant to CACC to create an Advanced Manufacturing collaboration space. Together with matching capital projects funds, CACC will be renovating spaces for Precision Machining, Welding and Engineering Technology, fostering a collaborative environment for students in these programs. Upgraded manufacturing equipment will be purchased as well, pr…Read More.
Dart Foundation Grants Benefit Local Children
The Dart Foundation recently awarded two grants totaling $8,360 to benefit a local nonprofit organization and an area school in Thomaston, GA.
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.
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 Recognized by Kettering University
The Dart Foundation was recently recognized for its $177,000 grant to Kettering University, at a special event held on campus. Members of Kettering’s administrative staff and faculty – as well as students – were on hand to express their appreciation, with Foundation Manager Emily L. Matthews conveying the Foundation’s pleasure to partner with the university. The grant purchased new plastics equipment, leading to the development of new undergradua…Read More.
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. Article: Kettering University
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.
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.
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.
Pictured: Dart Foundation Manager, Emi…Read More.