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CHILD WELFARE FOUNDATION

 
CWF awards half-million in grants to youth programs
 
The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation awarded $530,700 in grants to 18 nonprofit organizations to support programs that help young people. These are 2008 recipients:

American Legion Children's Home of
Ponca City, Okla., received $64,000 for a national awareness initiative.

Mercy Medical Airlift of Virginia Beach, Va., received $43,000 to develop five Web sites providing information about charitable long-distance medical air transportation for children.

Childhood Leukemia Foundation of Brick, N.J., received $42,000 to produce and distribute support materials to 140 pediatric oncology hospitals.

Family & Children's Service of Minneapolis received $40,000 to produce and distribute a fun, interactive publication that will provide children and families with opportunities to spend time together.

National Exchange Club Foundation of Toledo, Ohio, received $39,866 to
produce and distribute materials on positive parenting.

National Autism Center of Randolph, Mass., received $39,150 to produce a
publication to enable school systems to better serve students with ASD.

Zero to Three of Washington received $38,459.

Our Military Kids, Inc., of McLean, Va., received $33,800.

National Exercise Trainers Association of Minneapolis received $25,870.

National Marfan Foundation of Port Washington, N.Y., received $25,000.

American Humane Association of Englewood, Colo., received $24,879.

National Indian Child Welfare Association of Portland, Ore., received $24,625.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Inc., of McHenry County, III., received $24,351.

Children's Hunger Alliance of  Columbus, Ohio, received $20,000.

Kids In Danger of Chicago received $16,400.

Give Kids the World of Kissimmee, Fla., received $14,700.

National Ability Center of Park City, Utah, received $9,600.

TechMission of Dorchester, Mass., received $5,000.

 

THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE | FEBRUARY 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

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