Vivian B. Adams School — which serves 124 individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities — recently renovated its kitchen thanks to a grant from All In Credit Union.
Vivian B. Adams mainly used the $44,900 grant from All In to create a more handicap-friendly kitchen space, according to a WTVY article. The new kitchen space features a dishwasher, two ovens, two microwaves, 33 cabinets, 37 drawers, three stoves four sinks and a french door refrigerator. The school will also offer the kitchen out as a community space.
“We saw their project,” All In Credit Union Vice President of Marketing Kathy Scarbrough told WTVY. “We saw the detail. We saw the potential for what this program could do not only for the students here but for the community.”
For more information, read the full WTVY article here.
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