The Terracon Foundation strives to become a real part of the lives of Terracon employees and the communities we serve. The Terracon Foundation gives through community and university grants and a national partner grant each year. In the past, we’ve enjoyed supporting national organizations and in 2015 we are very excited to have awarded our $50,000 National Partner Grant to the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) to help fund their Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK).
Learn more about the Terracon Foundation’s types of awards, focus on education and the built and natural environment, and the nomination process.
|Boys & Girls Club of Saline County||$2,000||David Hopkins||Little Rock, AR|
|CrossRoads Missions||$3,500||Aaron J. Muck||Cincinnati, OH|
|Eagles for Education Foundation||$3,500||Kylie Page||Charleston, SC|
|Freshwater Land Trust||$3,500||Maggie Parker Weems||Birmingham, AL|
|Girl Scouts of NE Kansas and NW Missouri||$2,000||Paula Tilgner||Olathe, KS|
|Hope House of Colorado||$2,500||Craig Pruett||Denver, CO|
|Lynndale Elementary School||$2,000||Matthew York Wheaton||Seattle, WA|
|Olathe Public Schools Foundation||$3,000||Jessica Shumway||Lenexa, KS|
|Schools for Change in Africa, Inc.||$3,500||Erin Andrews Drake||Denver, CO|
|Sigma Alpha Sigma, Inc.||$1,500||Daniel Lazzatti||Winter Park, FL|
|Tucson Clean & Beautiful, Inc.||$3,500||Derek David Koller||Tucson, AZ|
|Victory Hill Church of GOD||$1,500||Timothy Larson||Columbus, OH|
|Texas Tech University (Geotech)||$7,500||Brian Ridley||Houston, TX|
|Texas Tech University (TIEHH)||$7,500||Adam Finger||Lubbock, TX|
|University of Kansas (Engineering)||$5,000||Ozzy Bravo||Lenexa, KS|
|University of Oklahoma||$5,000||Philip Wood||Oklahoma City, OK|
|University of Texas-PanAmerican||$3,000||Alfonso Soto||Pharr, TX|
|University of Texas-San Antonio||$10,000||Laura Campa||San Antonio, TX|
|University of Utah (RMCOEH)||$6,000||Donald Marano||Sat Lake City, UT|
|Weber State University||$4,000||Jeffrey Kolmel||Salt Lake City, UT|
The Terracon Foundation also awarded $30,000 in scholarships to employee dependents.