CAWLM and AT&T Present $15,000 Donation to Lansing Promise
Capital Area Women’s
LifeStyle Magazine (CAWLM) and AT&T presented
the Lansing Promise with a check for $15,000 at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23. This
donation will help support Lansing graduates in their pursuit of higher
Thanks to the CAWLM ‘80s Flashback Fundraiser,
AT&T was alerted to this worthy cause and worked with CAWLM to secure the
funds for the Lansing Promise. The money donated on Thursday represents the
donation to the 2013 event and an advanced donation for the 2014 event.
"We’re honored to be able to contribute and
enrich the lives of youth in our area, especially at a time when the pursuit of
higher education is more difficult and more important than ever,” said Tiffany
Dowling, publisher of CAWLM as well as president and CEO at M3 Group.
This year’s CAWLM ‘80s Flashback Fundraiser is
set for Saturday, March 22, 2014 at the University Club of Michigan State
CAWLM will partner again with AT&T this
year to support the Lansing Promise.
The Lansing Promise Scholarship is an award
promised to graduates of public and private schools within the Lansing School
District boundaries. It provides the financial assistance necessary to obtain a
two-year degree or its equivalent at an eligible school. The Lansing Promise
promotes education and prepares students
for future success.
CAWLM is a free, monthly publication published
by M3 Group in Lansing, Mich. Distributed to more than 500 locations in the
tri-county area (Eaton, Ingham and Clinton), CAWLM is greater Lansing’s
premiere magazine for women, about women. For recent issues and more
information on CAWLM, visit www.cawlm.com or call (517) 203-0123.
Supporters of the scholarship fund, past
recipients, members of the education community and local dignitaries joined in
this celebration of opportunity for Lansing high school graduates. Call CAWLM
Managing Editor, Emily Caswell at (517) 203-0123 to learn more.
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