Imagine Children's Museum

Project:Renovate Theater Exhibit
Grant Amount: $35,000
Total Project Cost: $35,000

Imagine Childrens Museum

In 2015, The Sunderland Foundation pledged $35,000 to support the complete renovation of the theater exhibit which included structural modification, stage cameras and lighting.

Imagine Children's Museum is located in Everett, Washington and has been in operation since 1991. The museum serves children ages 1-12 in the Puget Sound region. Together children and their caregivers can explore, create and discover art, literacy, science, math & history in a playful learning environment.

Drury University

Project: Upgrades to a Recreational Field
Grant Amount: $65,000
Total Project Cost: $140,000

Drury University

In 2015, The Sunderland Foundation pledged $65,000 to convert a beloved green space into a multi-functional recreation field that can be used for intramural and club sports and other campus activities. The field was officially re-named the Sunderland Recreation Field.

Drury University was founded as Drury College in 1873. It is an independent church related university rounded in the liberal arts tradition.

Olathe Medical Center

Project: Cancer Center Capital Campaign
Grant Amount: $400,000 over 3 years

Olathe Medical Center

In 2015, The Sunderland Foundation pledged $400,000 to support the construction of a new Cancer Center on the campus of Olathe Medical Center. The cancer center will be a 25,000 square foot freestanding building on the campus of Olathe Medical Center. It will provide each patient with prompt, high quality, comprehensive care, close to home.

Olathe Medical Center is committed to the mission of improving the health of all individuals in the communities served by providing compassionate, quality healthcare.

Museum at Prairiefire

Project: Construct new Science Museum
Grant Amount: $200,000 over three years
Total Project Cost: $6 Million

Museum at Prairiefire

In 2013, The Sunderland Foundation pledged $200,000 to support construction of the Museum at Prairiefire. It is a 42,000 square foot facility that specifically houses the American Museum of National History's traveling exhibits. It also has additional exhibits that are designed with the guidance of local and regional exhibits.

Through a unique collaboration with the American Museum of National History, the Museum at Prairiefire creates a place to understand and celebrate natural history and culture in our region and around the world.