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Support for Pregnant Teens invited to talk about work at Cross Keys High School
Woodard & Curran Foundation Announces 2014 Grant Recipients
Thank you for your application to the 2014 Woodard & Curran Foundation for a 2014 grant. We received over 100 applications, with 62 of those meeting the criteria established in our application. With so many worthy applicants, it was a difficult decision. This year, we have chosen the following organizations as recipients of our 2014 grant:
- $10,000 grant to Emory University’s Urban Health Initiative;
- $5,000 grant to Pittsburgh Green Innovators;
- $2,500 grant to the New York School for the Deaf; and
- $2,500 grant to Recycle-A-Bike.
Giving Committee Chair, Board of Directors
Woodard & Curran Foundation
a 501(c)(3) public, not-for-profit organization www.woodardcurranfoundation.org
UHI community garden and community partner featured in Atlanta Magazine (March 2014 issue)
"Stranded in Atlanta's Food Deserts: In a region that prides itself on celebrity chefs and lush farmers markets, half a million people live without access to something as basic as a grocery store" by Rebecca Burns, Atlanta Magazine.
Read more HERE.