The LSE Foundation
How we serve up opportunity for students in our community
When you lift the bun off a Milo’s original burger you’ll notice something unexpected – an extra piece of meat. We call that the LSE, “the Little Something Extra”. Since 1946, that little extra piece of meat has served as a symbol for how we see the world. Beyond serving up great food, we are here to making people’s lives a little bit better. And we do that by always giving a little something extra, in all we do.
While we respect many, many causes, we also understand that our success has been a product of original thinking and opportunity. Originality and opportunity start with a great education.
To best help our friends and neighbors, we developed the LSE Foundation to deliver on a simple but powerful promise: Create opportunity by supporting local educational efforts.
We select multiple organizations once a year for an LSE Grant. Your Local Store Marketing Manager will let you know when the opportunity arises for submitting applications. Thank you to all who applied for the 2019 grants!
The LSE Foundation Grant Recipients
Help support the expansion of the College, provide scholarships and endowments so students can attend Highlands College debt free.
Good Hope Primary
Help bring Math Manipulative's into the school to help students develop a deeper and more meaningful learning experience within the classroom.
Replace every classroom’s Smart Board and Projector with touch screen televisions to allow teachers to use more innovative activities to engage learning through touch-screen capabilities.
Stock secret pantries within the Jasper School System with toothbrushes, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner and other hygienic items underprivileged students need to build self confidence inside and outside the classroom.
Expand the learning experience into the lunchroom by providing funds to purchase a big screen for class presentations and faculty professional development.
Jasper High School
Help with funding for the JHS College Bound program to increase the number of students attending college by expanding their world view.
Valley Junior High
Expand the use of the library by creating an outdoor courtyard.
The Chamber of Commerce of Walker County
Allow all 10th grade students to participate in a job shadowing day free of charge.
Partner with the Knapsacks for Kids program to help discreetly provide a back-pack of child-friendly, nutritious food for children on the weekends and during the Holidays when unable to access the school lunch program.
Focus primarily in the areas of education to help build the next generation of leaders within the Cullman community.
Help fund the prevention of child abuse in Cullman County.