With the follow-up application approved in March of this year, the project not only secured its position as the 150th e² projectoverall, but more importantly, necessary funds for the purchase of books and school supplies. "In the coming year, we want to help fill the gap left by Covid-19," Eugenio makes clear. In addition to the mentoring program, this includes personally helping children learn to read or with technical issues in the classroom and fulfilling children's heartfelt wishes during the Christmas season. "For us as employees, it's fulfilling to be able to take care of these children and work with the teachers," Eugenio continues. "To see how positively these children develop is very moving."
Ford is also pleased with Freudenberg's ongoing assistance, "EagleBurgmann's support is tremendously important to us and ensures that our classrooms can continuously transform into a student-centered environment for the long term," she said. "This is help that not only benefits our children, but our entire neighborhood and community."