Garkane Energy has been a huge supporter of the Kane Education Foundation. As a business champion they are donating $2000 a year, for five years, which is helping the Foundation provide the students in Kane County with high quality educational opportunities. This support for the students is needed now more than ever, since COVID-19 shut down schools, and the students are needing as many educational advantages as possible.

CEO/General Manager Dan McClendon said, “Garkane is very happy to support the Kane Education Foundation. We know they are doing amazing things for our students in Kane County. It’s neat to see how well organized the Foundation is in bringing unique learning opportunities to our kids that they wouldn’t normally have in a small, rural school district. We are very proud to financially support their efforts as a KEF Business Champion over a five year period.”

The Foundation is working hard to make sure we can continue to bring as many new and exciting learning opportunities to Kane County students as possible. We are grateful for the support of Garkane and their dedication to the students and their community.

With the help of our supporters, the Foundation is able to provide these programs free of charge:

• Birth to 5 Literacy Program

• Preschool Summer Science Camp

• Multiple STEM Camps

• Counseling for Students during the summer months

To learn more about the Foundation’s exciting programs, please visit our website at www.kaneeducationfoundation.org and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for important updates and information about our programs.

To become a Kane Education Foundation Business Champion or learn more about how you can support the foundation, please e-mail foundation@kane.k12.ut.us or call 435-644-2555, ext 9.

Kane Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and contributions to the Kane Education Foundation are deductible for federal and state income tax purposes to the extent allowed by law. Charitable contributions support the delivery of the Foundation’s programs and services. Over 95 percent of the Foundation’s income comes from the generosity of individuals and businesses.