Masco Supports High School STEM Lab
In early April, Masco participated in the official ribbon-cutting event for the Clarenceville High School Technology Lab and expanded Food Pantries. Through a coalition led by nonprofit Livonia Kids and Families, Masco and other local businesses provided the funding to create a new STEM Engineering Technology Lab in the high school, complete with eight workstations, robots, 3D printers, laptops, and specialized technology programs.
Masco’s gift also helped Livonia Kids and Families add four new food pantries to schools throughout the district. With 90% of Clarenceville School District families qualifying for Title 1, this expansion of pantries will ensure students and families have their basic needs met.
Masco’s Director of Corporate Giving, Sue Sabo, says, “It was wonderful to participate in the ribbon-cutting with individuals and groups who are taking action to make Livonia a better place for our students and families to learn, live, and thrive. Our collective purpose at Masco is to ‘Deliver better living possibilities,’ and we are proud to help ensure ever greater possibilities for the next generation by investing in our schools.”