Bradenton Florida – Project Light Of Manatee receives grant from The Selby Foundation to renovate the facade of 1104 14th St W, Bradenton, FL 34205. The building has served the school and the community since 2001.
Project Light Language School is proud to announce that the long awaited renovations on the school’s building have been completed. With the help of The Selby Foundation the nonprofit is able to enter the new year with a fresh facade and proudly welcome students for the second semester of the school year.
The renovations included two awnings featuring the organization’s branding and information, a fresh coat of paint and a new front entrance including windows and a new door.
It also received new fencing and a complete remodel of the parking facilities! Now, with the help of The
Selby Foundation, the students receive a warm welcome.
As a nonprofit that serves Manatee County through education, Project Light believes that our surroundings are a reflection of our community.
In 2001, the board of directors purchased an old garage and converted it into a school with six classrooms, two offices and a library with an adjacent fenced in parking lot.
For 21 years the building has served thousands of students and volunteers, working together to fulfill their dreams and working to better the community.
Project Light Of Manatee, a nonprofit organization, supports the advancement of adult learners through English proficiency, literacy, citizenship, and employment skill advancement.
Our vision is to integrate adult English language learners into the economic, educational, and social fabric of the community.