The wheels on the bus will continue to go ‘round and round’ at the Midland School in North Branch, N.J., thanks to the generosity of Williams.
Founded in 1960, Midland School is a nonprofit, comprehensive special-education school serving the individual, social, emotional, academic and career needs of children with developmental disabilities. The school currently serves 245 students ages 5 through 21 from 13 counties in New Jersey.
As an ‘Adopted School’ of Williams, Midland receives not only program funding, but also hands-on volunteerism support as well. Each year, pipeline workers help out with Midland’s Field Day and it is the highlight of the event.“We are very grateful for the continued support of the Williams Foundation, and their employees, who remain dedicated to the community where they work and live,” says McInerney.