GARDEN CITY, KANSAS – Communities In Schools of Mid-America® (CIS of Mid-America™) is pleased to announce it has received a $5,600 grant from the Finney County United Way. Funding from this grant will support students that CIS of Mid-America is currently serving at Garden City High School.
Finney County United Way identifies human needs through partnerships in the community and funds partners who show measurable outcomes that meet those needs. Its mission is to focus our community and its resources to make the greatest difference in meeting those needs in Finney County.
About Communities In Schools of Mid-America®
Communities In Schools of Mid-America® (CIS of Mid-America™) is part of the nation’s largest organization dedicated to empowering underserved students to stay in school and on a path to a brighter future. We do whatever it takes to ensure that all kids – regardless of the challenges they may face – have what they need to realize their potential. The CIS of Mid-America™ network, with its central office in Lawrence, KS, provides services in 70 schools to approximately 39,000 students each year by placing Student Support Coordinators directly inside the schools to work with students. Learn more at www.cismidamerica.org.