To teach approximately 850-900 4th grad students about the importance of our natural resources and how to conserve and protect them.
To improve literacy rate by increasing the children and adult services by adding new books and labeling rows of our collection.
Re-roof restrooms and country store.
To purchase photographs from the Spider Martin Civil Rights Collection to be displayed at the museum.
The Lowndesboro Landmarks Foundation, Inc. requests financial assistance to host a symposium on the 150th anniversary of the Wilson Raiders.
To provide information and hands on activities that promote a healthy lifestyle for children and adults.
To provide family advocacy strategies which improve the health and economic well being of limited resource families.
To purchase a new 3 door freezer.
To help underserved farmers have access to a grain drill.
To construct a wiregrass tunnel house kit to increase production capacity.
To provide 4-6 grade students the opportunity to learn about agriculture.
To distribute brochures highlighting outdoor activities in Elmore County to attract Tourism.
Festival to educate children on the role of surface and groundwater cycle.
To provide solar powered lights on the Civil Rights trail through the rural, impoverished short segments nearby Selma, White Hall, and Montgomery, AL.
To purchase materials for a building.
To promote soil conservation and the awareness of the importance of soil in our daily lives.
The PHS Track Booster Club is working with the Autauga County BOE to construct a regulation Track & Field behind Prattville High School.
To restore the Searcy Schoolhouse to the original and architectural design.
To purchase a new backhoe.
To build a lobby in the auditorium and to buy promotional and marketing supplies.
To purchase a Sammy Soil Costume for educational programs.
To create a community garden a community garden.
Demolition and removal of debris of existing structure to prepare for the construction of the Senior Center Project.
To purchase an auxiliary 2” water pump to put on the fire truck so fireman can extinguish house fires and brush fires.
Spark the Park is the Union Springs Recreational Centers initiative focused on equipping one of the city’s parks with the necessary equipment to encourage the community to visit and utilize the park. The plan is to provide a pavilion style sitting area with picnic tables and shrubbery.
To purchase book bags to low-income students.
To teach students and adults how to utilize current technology at school, home and the work place.
To purchase ipad airs for Loachapoka Library.
To develop a signature “spotlight” program entitled “Urban Wildlife 101” that will couple notable wildlife curriculum with a hands-on Urban Wildlife Educational Resource Kit to be used in Autauga, Elmore, & Montgomery Counties.
To provide copies of the newly released interactive DVD “Water to the Sea.”