Magnolia Speech School recently announced the public phase of its Capital Campaign. The Capital Campaign will raise funds for the construction of their new campus and facilities. Magnolia Speech School is 80% of the way towards reaching its goal.
Funds raised will support the construction of the new school and the purchase of materials that will provide essential new learning spaces. This new facility will integrate construction materials along with educational and therapeutic technology specifically designed to accommodate the needs of children with hearing loss and communication disorders. The facilities will include an expanded clinic for outpatient services. The project will transition the current location from 733 Flag Chapel Road in Jackson to 414 Bozeman Road in Madison.
Trustmark will complete a dollar-for-dollar match up to $125,000. “We are delighted to support Magnolia Speech School, and know that the impact it makes is far-reaching, not only in the state of Mississippi but also in the lives of several of our own Trustmark employees and their families,” says Duane Dewey, CEO of Trustmark. “We are confident the new campus will allow them to further their mission and provide life-changing opportunities for children across our state for years to come.”
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Established in 1956, Magnolia Speech School has impacted thousands of students and families from every county in Mississippi and as far away as Alaska and Pennsylvania. When families come to Magnolia Speech School, the emphasis is on closing the communicative gap so that they may transition into a more traditional school. As a result, barriers imposed by deafness and language impairments can frequently be overcome, proving that every child has the right to hear, listen, speak and thrive in life.