Munetrix donates $1,000 to Baldwin Center in support of STEM education programs
The donation is intended for use with the Baldwin Center’s STEM program, which provides engineering related after-school education for children from Pontiac in grades 1-8. The program was brought to the attention of Munetrix co-founder Buzz Brown, who is active at Bloomfield Hills-based Kirk in the Hills church, through fellow church member Alan Miller. Miller is an engineer at GM who leads the volunteer student engineering program at the Baldwin Center.
Pictured in the photo: Elizabeth Longley (Baldwin Center Executive Director), Buzz Brown (Munetrix), Alan Miller (General Motors), Bob Kittle (Munetrix President) and Asalyn Coachman (Baldwin Center Board Chair). Photo credit: Christine Crabill.
About the Baldwin Center
The Baldwin Center’s mission is to feed, clothe, educate and empower the men, women and children of the Pontiac community. A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, the Center has been serving its neighbors since 1981 and currently offers more than 25 support programs that meet basic needs, offer assistance in a crisis, provide education and enrichment opportunities for adults and children, and serve as a safety net. Learn more here.
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