Community Foundation for Cloud County Provides Grant to Smoky Hills Public Television

Community Foundation for Cloud County Provides Grant to  Smoky Hills Public Television

The Community Foundation for Cloud County has awarded Smoky Hills Public Television with a grant for $1,500 to support the station’s Literacy Leadership program for the children in Cloud County. 

The grant will provide books to those children in the Cloud County Head Start programs and provide support for children’s television programming.

“The Community Foundation for Cloud County has been very supportive of our Literacy Leadership program for many years and we want to thank them for their continued generosity,” said Larry Calvery, Smoky Hills Public Television General Manager. “This grant will provide the children of Cloud County with valuable educational resources and we are happy to provide this service once again.”

The Community Foundation for Cloud County was founded on October 15, 2002, to serve as a vehicle for charitable giving benefiting communities in Cloud County. The Foundation is a permanent source of charitable assets to meet both the emerging and existing needs of the local communities.

Smoky Hills Public Television serves 71 counties in central and western Kansas and has been named the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Non-Metro Station of the Year.