LAGRANGE – More financial support for the LaGrange County Promise.
The LaGrange County Community Foundation approved a $15,000 grant to the program which aims to shape the career and college identity of students in grades K through 3.
Students who establish a College Choice 529 savings account by August 31st are eligible to receive a $25 contribution from Parkview Health. The Community Foundation grant supports the local fundraising efforts for the community match portion of the LaGrange County Promise.
The Foundation encourages community members to invest in the lives of children by becoming champions.
Parkview Foundation's Jen Will says the LaGrange County United Fund is also contributing to the The Promise.
Students in Lakeland, Prairie Heights and Westview school districts in grade K through 3 are eligible. Information is available online at lagrangecountypromise.org.
Wolcott Mills Principal Brad Targgart, Parkview LaGrange Hospital Service Excellence & Community Coordinator Jen Will along with Wolcott Mills students Charlie Harris, Levi Cook and Aiden Tuttle accept a grant from LaGrange County Community Foundation Board Member Mahlon Bontrager and Executive Director Laura Lemings for the LaGrange County Promise.