This story comes from Wisconsin:
An anonymous donor's gift has come to fruition at Arrowhead.Some additional details and a photo gallery at the link. Stories like this crop up in state and local news, and tend to generate a mix of responses. It's nice to see people donating their personal funds to their alma mater or hometown school, but certain inequities are created when more fortunate schools have training facilities that poorer or less lucky schools or districts cannot match.
In August 2014, the school board approved the renovation of the North Campus girls and boys basketball locker rooms after an initial $275,000 donation from a donor. The end result required more money from the donor, who ended up giving $361,224 to a project that cost a total of $662,602, according to Superintendent Craig Jefson.
The anonymous donor's money went toward the space-ready area, which included the girls and boys team room, a media room, football storage and 25 percent of the heating and ventilation upgrade.
Some of these views are discussed in a Reddit thread.