SYLACAUGA, Ala. – On Tuesday, Vaden Toyota presented its monthly donation to the Sylacauga City Schools Foundation.

Every month, Vaden Toyota donates a portion of every vehicle sold to the foundation which it uses to further learning initiatives in the school system. Up to this point, these contributions have been directed solely to the advancement of the Math Initiative impacting all students in Sylacauga City Schools.

This month’s check totaled $1,200. Since Vaden Toyota began its partnership with the Sylacauga City Schools Foundation, it has donated over $17,000.

Vaden Toyota General Manager Kurt Bowman goes in detail about the contributions.

The Sylacauga City Schools Foundation was created in 1988 by Dr. Joseph B. Morton and was one of the first educational foundations of its type in Alabama and the nation. The foundation’s role is to support Sylacauga City Schools in the system’s quest for excellence and is dedicated to enhancing the educational needs of students. There are several ways for the community of Sylacauga to make contributions—memorials and honorariums, purchasing a paver/marble through the Aggie Walk Brick Campaign, and supporting a pending or new Chair. Since the Foundation was founded, there have been 55 total Chairs donated, over $1.2 million given to teachers through grants affecting more than 348,000 students. If you are interested in making a difference in the success of the students of Sylacauga City Schools, mail contributions to the attention of Mrs. Carol Sprayberry, Executive Director, 43 North Broadway, Sylacauga, AL 35150. Check out their website: or visit them on Facebook: Sylacauga City Schools Foundation.


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