Effort supported by $300,000 grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Young people who have access to fun, experiential programs that build their creativity and entrepreneurial skills are more prepared for school, career opportunities and life. These skills and mindsets help them become the business and community leaders, social advocates, community volunteers and forward-thinking citizens of tomorrow.
Coinciding with National Entrepreneur’s Day, Lemonade Day is proud to announce that its innovative programming will now benefit more young people in underserved communities. Through Lemonade Day’s educational curriculum and digital platform, students in more communities across the country will have access to these opportunities, whether they are learning in-person or online.
“Young people who have the opportunity to create, innovate, and think like entrepreneurs, are better equipped to succeed in the future,” said Christopher Stallworth, program officer at the Mott Foundation. “We’re delighted that Lemonade Day, working in concert with afterschool programs,