We Support the Arts in Sugar Land

Sprint Waste Services is proud to support the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation, which recently announced a record year of fundraising. Thanks to the generosity of donors and attendees to the annual 2016 Founder’s Ball, the organization raised $180,000 in support of the cultural, performing and visual arts in Sugar Land, Texas.

Founded in 1999, the foundation originally grew out of a grassroots effort to restore the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, built in 1918 by the Imperial Sugar Co. and the oldest public building in Sugar Land. Today, funds raised continue to restore and improve the auditorium, providing an important venue for the arts in the area while honoring Sugar Land’s history and early settlement as an outgrowth of Imperial Sugar.

Reagan Swinbank, Sprint Waste partner, said the company is happy to support this historic venue and help bring the arts to the area at the same time. “We are thrilled to play a small part in honoring the history of this beautiful piece of Sugar Land history,” Swinbank said. “We hope other businesses and organizations in Sugar Land and Fort Bend County will join us as a patron of the foundation.”

More about the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation

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