The ongoing dedication of a Colebrookdale Township company to the Foundation for Boyertown Education and learning has offered the firm the ability to present further academic experiences for area learners.

Martin Stone Quarries Inc. a short while ago offered the basis with a $30,000 donation. The donation was created by way of a charitable fund and brings its complete contribution to the foundation to $110,000 more than the previous five decades.

Alison Moyer, the communication and marketing specialist for the foundation, stated in a push launch that Rod Martin,  corporation president, and his relatives have proudly demonstrated their motivation to youngsters and education during the yrs.

Martin, who was a founding member of the foundation and at this time board vice president, explained in the launch that the organization is important for the reason that he thinks in supporting his community group. He added that the foundation supports college students in methods that would not be achievable via standard funding techniques and tax earnings streams.

“It is with the generous support of the mother and father and organizations in the group that our children are provided the increased applications and enrichment instruments they have to have to be successful in the future,” he said.

Martin explained watching the foundation increase to where it is now is his proudest philanthropic accomplishment.

“We have a dedicated board of administrators and executive director who function hard for the students in the district — acquiring elevated more than $750,000 to date,” he stated. “These college students will ultimately be the potential leaders of our community.”

Martin Stone Quarries, a relatives-owned enterprise, was founded in 1953 as a company of aggregate and infield combine.