Do you know of an organization or charity in the Sedgwick County area that supports education?
We want to help them!
There’s not a whole lot we can be certain about these days. But we know that we like to give back to our community, and education is something that’s really important to us.
That’s why we’re launching the Ram Jack Foundation for Education program in Sedgwick County. We believe that improved educational outcomes can act like a Uniform Lift System for the entire community; a rising tide to raise all ships.
But to do this, we need your help to find worthy local organizations.
How to nominate an organization for Ram Jack’s Foundation for Education Program:
- Just click on the link below which will take you to the Ram Jack Foundation for Education Facebook page. Please enter the individual or organization you would like to nominate along with a description of their need (Foundation work, books, supplies, etc…). Don’t forget to give us a short explanation of why you are nominating them.
From early childhood through adulthood education, we all have something to gain from stronger educational outcomes — as individuals and members of the larger community.
This is especially the case for those who face more barriers to education due to the ongoing pandemic. It’s not just individuals who are struggling, educational non-profit organizations are struggling too.
Education becomes especially difficult in the midst of a global pandemic. Schools are forced to pivot their learning styles to a remote capacity. Others have to stretch their budgets to cover extra cleaning supplies or personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep staff and those they serve safe.
Many of these organizations were already strapped for cash before the pandemic. Since then, they have lost income streams while expenses remain constant.
Whether it’s an early childhood care program for working families, or an adult literacy organization for historically disadvantaged groups, we believe that all educational non-profits are greatly beneficial for the community. Given the economic impact of the pandemic, they need our help now more than ever.
We believe education should be a key focus for our community. But we don’t just want to be a mouthpiece. We want to roll up our sleeves and get to work with the Ram Jack Foundation for Education.
Education is important to us. As a foundation and waterproofing specialist, it’s central to the work we do.
Foundation issues can be complicated. For example, settlement cracks are a problem themselves, but can also be symptoms of another problem such as poor soil conditions or drainage issues.
We believe that it’s not just our specialists who should understand your foundation problem — you should too. That’s why we place such an emphasis on education.
When it comes to foundation repairs, we believe that it’s important you understand not only the “what,” but also the “how” and “why” related to your unique problem.
When we work with customers, we not only educate the customer about everything related to their problem, but also all of the solutions. Our experts are patient, and clearly communicate what they are doing and how it will fix the problem.
In foundation repair, as in life, information is power, and education is empowering.
So, help us support education in the Sedgwick County area by nominating an organization that needs our help, nominate here!