Some programs work only with pets of people with low incomes. Some do not consider income but serve only pet cats -- or only feral untame cats. But other programs serve all kinds of people and cats.
Community Access passes allow children and families the opportunity to experience this larger than life exhibit during its debut year, regardless of their ability to pay. The program includes civic engagement and tutoring in addition to athletic training and teamwork.
They requested funding for their College Ready programming to prepare students for college admissions process.
The program includes admissions test preparation, one on one support to discuss their specific vision and college goals, experiential trips to provide students with college campus exposure, and individual tutoring.
The program supports low-income students in 9thth grade from 13 Chicago neighborhoods, who are the first generation in their family to attend college.
Their mission is to preserve and present significant images of railroading, interpret them in print, in exhibitions, and through the Internet.
CircEsteem contracts licensed social workers to offer support, and the program concludes with a community circus show, where the youth are the performers, and all local schools are given free tickets to attend. Our next board meeting is planned for February 3rd.
Congratulations to all recipient organizations! Art House provides a broad range of free and low-cost fee-for-service programs to the Greater Cleveland Area, including arts-in-education residencies in both public and charter schools, after school programs, in-studio classes for families, and community outreach through arts and cultural events open to the public.
Dailey Foundation grant award winner, requested funding to provide shelf space for hundreds of new volumes of library collections. Howe Boxed covered Pony Truss, one of only 8 known to exist in North America, and only the second in service on a heritage railroad.
The applicant also has matching grants from 20th Century Electric Railway Foundation grant award and an individual, doubling the impact of the Tom E. Our next board meeting is planned for November 11th.
The project will train at-risk young adults from Columbus in installing wood finish trim throughout a project house. This program currently serves over students, from primarily low income, diverse elementary schools around Chicago.
The goal is to create a historical park with specific usage as a trail head and bike-way. This organization is also a winner of a conditional grant from the Allegheny Foundation, which means each dollar granted will be matched, doubling the value of the award.
This organization is also a recipient of a fund matching grant from the Candelaria Fund, which means each dollar granted will be matched, doubling the value of the award. Their programming is based on the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, shown to be effective in working with youth and families with histories of abuse and trauma.
Funding will be used for art lessons and supplies, dance classes and uniform, sports teams, special camps, and more. Our next board meeting is planned for early August, date to be announced. Their excursion train carries over 4, passengers a year.
FWRHA is dedicated to preserving, displaying, and operating historical railroad equipment relevant to the steam era in the Midwest. Dailey Foundation partially funded Phase 1 of their project.
Phase 2 includes safety cameras, dome rotating light, brake pedal modifications, steering wheel modifications, and a flip-up windshield. All work will be done by volunteers. TEDF was asked to fund the parts. To briefly recap the history of the replica locomotive, in a group of Collinwood Yard workers Collinwood Yard was the main switching yard for the New York Central Railroad in secret built an exact replica of the legendarywhich set the then steam locomotive speed record of mph The replica train moved among various owners and CHSAA acquired it in January Phase I repaired the chimney and eaves; Phase II restored the central tower, dormers and turrets, replaced clay tiles and ridge hips.
Phase III will involve deconstruction, structural support, and re-tiling of the roof. Since Junethey have rebuilt the central tower, which was lost to fire, and replaced the decorative copper finials.
When finished, the depot should be almost exactly as it was when built in The interior has been restored and is used almost every weekend as a community center.
The building is the focal point for visitors to the museum and serves as the boarding point for HVRM excursion trains.Be a green shopper and bring your own bags to the supermarket and other stores.
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Welcome to Butler County, Ohio. Butler County was formed by the State of Ohio on March 24, from portions of Hamilton County.
Its county seat is Hamilton, where the first fort was built on the bank of the Great Miami River. It is named for Richard Butler of Pennsylvania, a major general in the American Revolutionary War. Case Study on Building the Cuyahoga River Valley Organization Uploaded by Chandan Pahelwani CRVO is an organization which is carrying out the Cuyahoga Valley Initiative (CVI) through projects to restore the health and strength of the region.
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