We at Project Make-It know that our community is our strength. We work with a diverse student population, and as such, we stand strong against racism. We add our voice to the chorus calling for real racial equality in this country. At Project Make-It, we promote equity in STEM education and offer after-school opportunities for the students of our community. We recognize that this isn’t a moment, but is in fact a movement, and we say unequivocally that Black Lives Matter. Project Make-it stands with those who are fighting for change.
AT&T announced their $1,000,000 giving campaign for StL called “AT&T Believes”. Governor Parsons, Mayor Krewson, County Executive Sam Page, etc. all local leaders attended. AT&T’s Midwest President, Craig Unruh, (in his speech) referenced AT&T Believes’ partnership with Project Make-It as an example AT&T already making positive impact in St. Louis. Thank you, AT&T Believes, your support makes a huge difference.
Project Make-It is excited to announce that Herbert Hoover Boys’ and Girls’ Club of Greater St. Louis is Joining Project Make-It 🙂 They will join New City School and Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club for Project Make-It: Mini Golf that will start the last week in September.