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Friday, 03 September 2021 16:14

Foundation 45 Mitsubishi Presents Donation to Spring, TX, ISD Police Department’s Dream Makers Student Initiatives

Foundation 45 Mitsubishi presents more than $4,000 to the Spring ISD Police Department for its Change Makers program. The money will help with student leadership and literacy initiatives, as well as the Blue Santa program. Foundation 45 Mitsubishi presents more than $4,000 to the Spring ISD Police Department for its Change Makers program. The money will help with student leadership and literacy initiatives, as well as the Blue Santa program. Business Wire

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This school year, Foundation 45 Mitsubishi has partnered with the Spring, TX, ISD Police Department with a donation of more than $4,000 to help support the Dream Makers project.

Having recently distributed more than 3,500 backpacks full of school supplies to K-5 students within the Spring, Houston and Aldine ISDs, it was clear there is still a need to make a larger impact in their community.

 

Foundation 45 Mitsubishi and Foundation Automotive Corp. are passionate about getting money into the hands of the people and programs who need it most.

 

The Spring ISD Police Department spearheads many student-focused initiatives. Dream Makers is a flagship district-wide student leadership program that offers mentorship, encouragement, engagement and rewards for acts of leadership and kindness in students.

 

Blue Santa partners Spring ISD police officers with 30 students from the school district, who each get dinner and a $200 shopping spree. Programs like this strongly encourage relationship building with officers, students and the community.

 

This year, Blue Santa will take place Dec. 13 in the Spring community shopping area. The Blue Santa program has a fundraising goal of $6,000, and Foundation 45 Mitsubishi’s contribution was able to cover more than half.

 

Foundation 45 also sponsored a police chief, a lieutenant, a corporal and an officer for their Read With a Cop literacy program.

 

Chief Ken Culbreath, Chaplain John Goodman, Detective Burk and K-9 Officer Flanley were all on location to accept the donation.

 

“It’s businesses such as Foundation 45 Mitsubishi that help bridge the gap between law enforcement and students as they...


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