GRACE Gets Grant To Upgrade Technology

GRACE

The Greater Reston Arts Center has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Philip L. Graham Fund. The grant was awarded to assist with website development and technology upgrades at the center, says GRACE executive director Holly Koons McCullogh.

“The Greater Reston Arts Center is delighted to be the recipient of a generous grant from the Philip L. Graham Fund to restructure our website and improve our computer hardware and software,” she said.

“This funding is truly a game-changer for our organization, allowing us to address pressing needs and harness up-to-date technology to advance the mission of our organization.”

The Philip L. Graham Fund, founded in 1963, is named in memory of Philip L. Graham, former publisher of The Washington Post and former president of the Washington Post Company, now called Graham Holdings Company.

The Fund awards annual grants to regional organizations and groups who are committed to enriching their community. The Fund has benefited organizations in a variety of fields including arts and humanities, community endeavors, education, health and human services, and journalism and communications, across 15 jurisdictions in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.

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