Washington Pavilion Receives $2,500 for STEM Discovery Kits
Sioux Falls, SD – Employees from Bayer CropScience U.S. in Harrisburg, SD recommended the Washington Pavilion to receive a $2,500 grant from Bayer Fund to be used for the creation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Discovery Kits available to school groups as well as home school students during their field trip visits to the Washington Pavilion.
“The funds will help us develop STEM Discovery Kits that will be used with over 1,500 K-5 students throughout Sioux Falls and the surrounding communities,” said Lynne Jones, Action Arts and Science Program Coordinator at the Washington Pavilion.
In 2019, Bayer Fund awarded more than $1.4 million through this program to nonprofit organizations in rural communities to help address essential needs in food and nutrition, STEM education and community development. Nonprofit organizations across the U.S. have received more than $7 million through this program over the last five years.
About the Washington Pavilion
The Washington Pavilion is the region’s home for the arts, entertainment and science. Located in a beautifully renovated historic building in downtown Sioux Falls, it is one of only a few facilities in the world to bring together under one roof the performing arts, visual arts and interactive science. The vast array of high quality programming and educational activities available through the Husby Performing Arts Center, Kirby Science Discovery Center, Visual Arts Center and the Community Learning Center ensures that people of all ages and walks of life can rely upon the Washington Pavilion to inspire, educate, entertain and enrich. There is, indeed, something for everyone here. For information about our programs, please call (605) 367-7397 or, (toll free) at 1-877-Wash Pav or visit our website at www.washingtonpavilion.org.
About Bayer Fund
Bayer Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening the communities where Bayer customers and employees live and work by providing funding for food and nutrition, education and community development projects.