The Rite Aid Foundation awards $2.2 million to its partner charities through its KidCents Holiday Wishes program

Each Charity to Receive a $5,000 KidCents Grant to Improve the Lives of Children

Camp Hill, Pa., 2017-Dec-18 — /EPR Retail News/ — This season of giving, in an effort to give back to non-profit organizations that give so much to their clients and communities, The Rite Aid Foundation is awarding a total of $2.2 million to its partner charities through its KidCents Holiday Wishes program. Created to recognize the year-round efforts of each organization, each of the more than 440 charities currently participating in The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program will receive a $5,000 grant to help make a holiday wish of their choice come true.

“The Rite Aid Foundation wanted to give our KidCents charities a special gift this holiday season, in recognition of all they do to give the children they serve a chance for better lives and brighter futures,” said Tracy Henderson, director of The Rite Aid Foundation and charitable giving initiatives. “Our KidCents Holiday Wishes program captures the true spirit of the holiday season and is the perfect way to thank our partner charities for all they do throughout the year to make a difference in the lives of children in our communities.”

The KidCents charities were asked to pick the wish they felt would have the most impact for those they serve. Holiday wishes range from facility and equipment repairs to operating supplies to holiday care packages and gifts to training and special programming to help improve the health, safety and well-being of the children they serve. Examples of holiday wishes being fulfilled through the KidCents Holiday Wishes program include:

• Miracle Babies, San Diego, CA: The nonprofit organization, which provides education, support and financial assistance to families with critically ill newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, is creating holiday care packages that will be distributed to 500 parents.

• The Boys and Girls Club of the Tar River Region, Rocky Mount, NC: The local chapter, which provides after-school programming to thousands of kids ages 5-18 years old at three separate locations, plans to replace insulation that was damaged by Hurricane Matthew last year.

• The Children’s Village, Dobbs Ferry, NY: The nonprofit organization, which provides innovative residential and community-based program to at-risk children, teens and families, is creating a new game room for the 300 kids who live at the facility.

• Northeast Youth Center, Spokane, WA: The youth center, which provides educational and recreational activities to children ages 3-17, will help kids stay warm this winter by providing winter coats and boots.

• Washtenaw Area Council for Children, Ypsilanti, MI: Michigan Children’s Trust Fund’s designated agency for the prevention of child abuse and neglect in Washtenaw County is purchasing 25 tablets and one laptop to begin offering a cyber safety program to its members.

“We are so proud to be part of the KidCents Holiday Wishes program,” said Marianela Camarillo, Miracle Babies director of program services. “Thanks to the generosity of The Rite Aid Foundation we are able to spread a little extra holiday cheer and give comfort to parents and families who desperately need it this time of year.”

KidCents was developed by The Rite Aid Foundation to provide Rite Aid customers an opportunity to do even more to help the kids in the communities Rite Aid serves. Through KidCents, members of Rite Aid’s wellness+ with Plenti program can round up their in-store or online purchases to the nearest dollar and give their change to one of more than 440 nonprofit organizations focused on improving the health and wellbeing of children. For more information, visit www.kidcents.com.

Since its inception in 2001, The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded more than $36 million to non-profit organizations. Additionally, Rite Aid, through the efforts of its customers, supplier partners and associates, has also raised more than $81 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country since 1994.

Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) is one of the nation’s leading drugstore chains with fiscal 2017 annual revenues of $32.8 billion. Information about Rite Aid, including corporate background and press releases, is available through the company’s website at www.riteaid.com.

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Rite Aid Foundation donates $1.8 million to KidCents charities on behalf of customers who’ve received flu shot this season

Camp Hill, Pa., 2016-Oct-29 — /EPR Retail News/ — In recognition of customers who protect themselves, their families and their communities by getting flu shots this season, The Rite Aid Foundation announced today (Oct. 26, 2016)  that it is donating more than $1.8 million to KidCents charities that spread hope. Each of the more than 360 KidCents charities, located in communities served by Rite Aid, will receive a $5,000 grant to support programs that improve the health and well-being of children in their communities.

“Hope can be more contagious than the flu and that’s especially true in the case of our more than 360 KidCents charities,” said Rite Aid CEO of Stores and President of Rite Aid Corporation Ken Martindale, who also serves as president of The Rite Aid Foundation. “Making sure kids have a chance for better lives and brighter futures supports the mission of The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program. This donation, made on behalf of all Rite Aid customers who’ve received a flu shot this season, will help our partner charities as they continue making a difference in the lives of those they serve and their communities.”

KidCents was developed by The Rite Aid Foundation to provide Rite Aid customers with an opportunity to do even more to help the kids in the communities Rite Aid serves. Through KidCents, members of Rite Aid’s free loyalty program, wellness+ with Plenti, can round up their in-store or online purchases to the nearest dollar and give their change to one of more than 360 nonprofit organizations focused on improving the health and well-being of children. For more information, visit www.kidcents.org.

Flu shots are now available at Rite Aid pharmacies nationwide. Customers can visit any of Rite Aid’s nearly 4,600 convenient pharmacy locations to receive a flu shot from a certified immunizing Rite Aid pharmacist, subject to state regulations. Flu shots are covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare Part B and are available during pharmacy hours; no appointment is necessary. To locate the nearest Rite Aid pharmacy, visit www.riteaid.com or call 1-800-RITE-AID.

Since its inception in 2001, The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded more than $27 million to non-profit organizations. Additionally, Rite Aid, through the efforts of its customers, supplier partners and associates, has also raised more than $75 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country since 1994.

Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) is one of the nation’s leading drugstore chains with nearly 4,600 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia and fiscal 2016 annual revenues of $30.7 billion. Information about Rite Aid, including corporate background and press releases, is available through the company’s website at www.riteaid.com.

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KidCents charities to receive over $1.5 Million from Rite Aid Foundation’s Big Hearts Give Challenge

182 KidCents Charities to be Honored by Rite Aid Associates    

Camp Hill, Pa., 2016-Feb-12 — /EPR Retail News/ — In the spirit of the season, throughout the month of February, Rite Aid associates across the country will recognize their local KidCents charities for participating in The Rite Aid Foundation’s Big Heart Gives Challenge. The special challenge was designed by The Rite Aid Foundation to help KidCents charities raise awareness, grow their donor network and earn additional funds for their organization. In all, The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program will donate a total of $1,597,500 to 182 KidCents charities.

Rite Aid CEO of stores and President of Rite Aid Corporation, Ken Martindale, who also serves as president of The Rite Aid Foundation, will kick off the month-long celebration by presenting a $12,500 donation to Nativity School of Harrisburg, a privately run, independent, non-denominational, faith-based preparatory middle school for inner city boys in Harrisburg today at 10 a.m.

“Our Big Hearts Give Challenge was a fun way for KidCents charities to earn a donation for their organization while raising awareness about the valuable work they are doing and expanding their donor network,” said Martindale. “The Rite Aid Foundation looks forward to developing other unique opportunities through our KidCents program to help our partner charities raise much-needed funds, so that they can continue making a difference in the lives of the children they serve.”

KidCents was developed by The Rite Aid Foundation to provide Rite Aid customers an opportunity to do even more to help the kids in the communities Rite Aid serves. Through KidCents, members of Rite Aid’s wellness+ with Plenti program can round up their in-store or online purchases to the nearest dollar and give their change to one of more than 360 nonprofit organizations focused on improving the health and wellbeing of children.

To participate, Rite Aid customers can sign into their wellness+ with Plenti account at www.kidcents.com and review the profiles of approved KidCents charities they can choose to support. Each charity profile features information about the organization and the services it provides as well as stories of those helped by the organization. Once a charity is selected, the next time the customer shops at Rite Aid, their purchase will be rounded up to the nearest dollar and their change will be designated to their selected charity.

Nonprofit organizations interested in participating in The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program can visit www.kidcents.com/apply to submit an application. To be eligible, an organization must be classified as exempt from federal tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and meet the KidCents program guidelines. For more information, visit www.kidcents.com.

Including the Big Hearts Give Challenge, The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded nearly $25 million since 2001 to non-profit organizations. Additionally, Rite Aid, through the efforts of its customers, supplier partners and associates, has also raised more than $75 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country since 1994.

Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) is one of the nation’s leading drugstore chains with nearly 4,600 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia and fiscal 2015 annual revenues of $26.5 billion. Information about Rite Aid, including corporate background and press releases, is available through the company’s website at www.riteaid.com.

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The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents charities that participated in the Big Hearts Give Challenge include:

Alabama
Hand in Paw Inc.
HEAL Inc.
HEALS, Inc.
YouthServe, Inc.

California
Bags4kids Foundation
Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center
Blind Children’s Learning Center
Boys & Girls Club of Cypress
Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley
Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley
Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County
Children Today
Children’s Crisis Center of Stanislaus County
Children’s Fund
Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento
Coastal Kids Home Care
Coastal Performing Arts Foundation
Happy Trails Children’s Foundation
Healthier Kids Foundation
Home Start Inc.
Junior Blind of America
Learning Enrichment After-School Program, Inc.
Maryvale
Miracle Babies
Project Hope Alliance
Special Olympics San Diego County
Speech and Language Development Center
The Carolyn E. Wylie Center for Children, Youth and Families
Youth Violence Prevention Council

Colorado
Children’s Outreach Project
Colorado UpLift
Shiloh House

Connecticut
Covenant to Care for Children
Family & Children’s Aid
Kids in Crisis
KIDSAFE CT
‘r Kids, Inc.

Georgia
A Child’s Voice Child Advocacy Center, Inc.
A Friend’s House, Inc.
Challenged Child and Friends, Inc.
Children’s Advocacy Center of Lowndes County Inc.
Chris Kids, Inc.
Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy
SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center
Savannah Speech and Hearing Center

Kentucky
Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky
Gateway Children’s Advocacy Center
Harlan County Boys & Girls Club Inc.
Home of the Innocents
Hope’s Place
The Center for Courageous Kids

Louisiana
Hope Extreme, Inc.
The Emerge Center

Maine
Mahoosuc Kids Association
Spruce Run Womancare Alliance

Maryland
Baltimore Child Abuse Center
Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation
Charles County Children’s Aid Society
Good Shepherd Services
KEEN Greater DC
Kennedy Krieger Institute
The Maryland Salem Children’s Trust Inc.

Massachusetts
Berkshire County Kids’ Place and Violence Prevention Center Inc.
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill
Children’s Cove: The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center
DIAL/SELF Youth & Community Services
House of Peace & Education
House of Possibilities
Partners for Youth with Disabilities, Inc.
The Home for Little Wanderers

Michigan
CARE House of Oakland County
Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County
Child and Family Services of Northwestern Michigan, Inc.
Conductive Learning Center
Ennis Center for Children
Inner City Youth Group
Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team
The Children’s Center
Washtenaw Area Council for Children
Whaley Children’s Center

Mississippi
Mississippi Children’s Home Services

New Hampshire
Nashua Children’s Home
TLC Family Resource Center
Zebra Crossings

New Jersey
Celtic Charms, Inc.
Community Treatment Solutions
Deirdre’s House
Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss
Oasis – A Haven for Women and Children
Ocean of Love, Inc.
Someone’s Daughter
Summit Speech School
The Alcove Center for Grieving Children and Families, Inc.
The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey

New York
America SCORES New York
Astor Services for Children & Families
Birch Family Services, Inc.
Boys & Girls Club of Eden
Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady
Brooklyn Autism Center
Cameron Community Ministries
Covenant House New York
Cradle Beach
Hillside Children’s Center
Hunts Point Alliance for Children
Kids Oneida Inc.
Learning Leaders
Madison Square Boys & Girls Club
McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center
Partnership for After School Education
Pathways, Inc.
Rochester Childfirst Network
Safe Inc., of Schenectady
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children
Summit Educational Resources
Syracuse Silver Knight Foundation
The Children’s Aid Society

North Carolina
A Child’s Place
Child Advocacy Center, Inc.
Nazareth Children’s Home
OASIS NC
Prevent Blindness North Carolina
Prevent Child Abuse Rowan
The Little Willie Center
Wilmington Health Access for Teens

Ohio
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve
Cleveland Sight Center
ICONS
Inspiring Minds
Providence Therapeutic Equestrian Center
The Littlest Heroes
Youth Challenge

Oklahoma
Folds of Honor

Oregon
Children’s Cancer Association
KIDS Center
SouthSide Youth Outreach

Pennsylvania
Aaron’s Acres
Attic Youth Center
Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
Camelot for Children, Inc.
Child to Family Connections
Children’s Service Center of Wyoming Valley Inc.
Dragonfly Forest
Dreams Go On Inc.
Equi-librium Inc.
Family Services of Western Pennsylvania
Family Support of Central PA
Graceful Acres
Harrisburg Police Athletic League
HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Homeless Children’s Education Fund
Jeremiah’s Place
Joshua House
Leg Up Farm
Nativity School of Harrisburg
Sarah Heinz House
So Love Autistic Center
The Center for Grieving Children
Wyoming Valley Children’s Association

Rhode Island
Children’s Friend and Service
The Matty Fund

South Carolina
The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center

Tennessee
Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region
Y-MOT, Inc.

Utah
Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes

Vermont
Boys & Girls Club of Burlington

Virginia
Boys & Girls Club of Northern Shenandoah Valley Inc.
CJ’s Thumbs Up Foundation
Edmarc Hospice for Children
EQUI-KIDS Therapeutic Riding Program
Matthew’s Haven, Inc.
Special Olympics Virginia, Inc.
Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern VA

Washington
A Gift for Special Children
American Childhood Cancer Organization Inland Northwest
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
Reliable Enterprises

West Virginia
Childhood Language Center
Children’s Therapy Clinic, Inc.
Crittenton Services, Inc.
Disability Action Center Inc.
Youth Services System, Inc.

 

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The Rite Aid Foundation lets customers choose the charity they want to support through 204 approved KidCents charities on kidcents.com

  • Beginning Today, Members of wellness+ Able to Designate Their Change to Charity of Their Choice
  • Rite Aid Foundation to Award More than $2 Million in Grants to Inaugural Class of 204 KidCents Charities
  • Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Michael Wolf on Hand to Honor Mid-State Nonprofits

Camp Hill, Pa., 2014-9-16— /EPR Retail News/ — The Rite Aid Foundation is taking charitable giving to the next level by letting customers choose the charity they want to support through 204 approved KidCents charities on www.kidcents.com.

Marking the occasion, Rite Aid associates across the country will present $10,000 checks to each of the 204 inaugural KidCents charities, totaling over $2 million in donations, starting today and continuing through the week. This initial group of KidCents charities was selected by Rite Aid associates across the country and is representative of all the communities the company serves.

Rite Aid President and Chief Operating Officer Ken Martindale, who also serves as president of The Rite Aid Foundation, along with Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Michael Wolf, will help launch the nationwide celebrations by presenting two local nonprofit organizations, Leg Up Farm of Mt. Wolf and Family Support of Central Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, each with $10,000. The presentation will take place today at 9 a.m. at the Rite Aid pharmacy located at 1137 Market Street in Lemoyne, Pa., near the company’s Camp Hill corporate headquarters. The Foundation will provide a total of $250,000 to Pennsylvania nonprofit children’s charities during the course of the week.

“We know our customers share our passion when it comes to giving back to the community, and that’s why we created KidCents,” said Martindale. “By shopping at Rite Aid and rounding up their purchases, our customers can easily make a meaningful difference in the lives of kids right in their own community. And our initial group of charities is just the beginning, as we hope that customers who are already involved with an organization that supports children’s health and wellbeing will encourage that charity to apply to join KidCents, taking our program to a whole new level, helping even more kids.”

To participate, Rite Aid customers can sign into their www.kidcents.com and review the profiles of approved KidCents charities they can choose to support. Each charity profile features information about the organization and the services it provides as well as stories of those helped by the organization. Once a charity is selected, the next time the customer shops at Rite Aid, their purchase will be rounded up to the nearest dollar and their change will be designated to their selected charity.

“As a public health official and as a father, I know how valuable it is for our children and young people to receive the resources they need to have the highest quality of life and health possible,” said Wolf. “KidCents provides an opportunity for people to make small contributions that can create lifelong impacts to the communities they serve.”

Nonprofit organizations interested in participating in The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents< www.kidcents.com/apply to submit an application. To be eligible, an organization must be classified as exempt from federal tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and meet the KidCents program guidelines. Once approved, KidCents charities are also eligible to earn a “www.kidcents.com.

Since its inception in 2001, The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded more than $17 million to nonprofit organizations, and Rite Aid has partnered with its customers to raise and donate $65 million to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country.

Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) is one of the nation’s leading drugstore chains with nearly 4,600 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia and fiscal 2014 annual revenues of $25.5 billion. Information about Rite Aid, including corporate background and press releases, is available through the company’s website at www.riteaid.com.

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The Rite Aid Foundation’s inaugural KidCents charities include:

Alabama
Autism Spectrum Counseling Center Incorporated
Cullman Caring for Kids
The Child Advocacy Center
YouthServe, Inc.

California
Alliance for Children’s Rights
Bay Area Crisis Nursery
Children: Our Ultimate Investment
Children Today
Children’s Crisis Center of Stanislaus County, Inc.
Children’s Fund
Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento
Children’s Services Auxiliary of Ventura County
Coastal Kids Home Care
Emilio Nares Foundation
Exceptional Parents Unlimited, Inc. (EPU Children’s Center)
Find the Children
Free Arts for Abused Children
Happy Trails Children’s Foundation
Healthier Kids Foundation
Home Start Inc.
Jack’s Helping Hand, Inc.
KidsFirst
M.A.R.E. Riding Center
Maryvale
Miracle Babies
Okizu
Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center
Project Hope Alliance
Rosie’s Garage
Speech and Language Development Center
T.H.E. Center, Inc.
The Carolyn E. Wylie Center for Children, Youth & Families
The Children’s Center of Antelope Valley
Youth Violence Prevention Council

Colorado
Children’s Outreach Project

Connecticut
Covenant to Care for Children
KIDSAFE CT
‘r Kids, Inc.

Delaware
Children & Families First

Georgia
Atlanta Children’s Shelter, Inc.
Challenged Child & Friends, Inc.
H.E.R.O. for Children
Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers
SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center
Savannah Speech and Hearing Center
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Lowndes County, Inc.

Kentucky
Central Kentucky Riding for Hope
Home of the Innocents
Hope’s Place
The Backpack Club
The Center for Courageous Kids

Louisiana
The Emerge Center
Youth Empowerment Project

Maine
Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake Inc.
Mahoosuc Kids Association
Spruce Run

Maryland
Baltimore Child Abuse Center
Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation
Charles County Children’s Aid Society
KEEN Greater DC
Kennedy Krieger Institute
SHORE UP!

Massachusetts
Children’s Cove
DCF Kids Fund
DIAL/SELF Youth & Community Services
House of Possibilities
The Home for Little Wanderers
The New England Center for Children

Michigan
CARE House of Oakland County
Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County
Child & Family Services of Northwestern Michigan Ele’s Place
Ennis Center for Children
Kids’ Food Basket
Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team
The Children’s Center
Washtenaw Area Council for Children
Whaley Children’s Center
Youth Development Commission

Mississippi
Mississippi Children’s Home Services

North Carolina
American Children’s Home
Eliada Homes, Inc.
Elon Homes and Schools for Children
Lucy Daniels Center
OASIS NC
The Little Willie Center
Thompson Child & Family Focus
Voices Together
Wilmington Health Access for Teens

New Hampshire
Dover Children’s Home
Nashua Children’s Home
Spaulding Youth Center Foundation

New Jersey
Anchor House
Circle of Care for Families and Children of Passaic County, Inc.
Community Treatment Solutions
Deirdre’s House
Good Grief
Miracle for Mateo
Oasis – A Haven for Women and Children
Ocean of Love, Inc.
Saint Peter’s Orphanage
Summit Speech School
The Alcove Center for Grieving Children & Families
The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey
Wynona’s House

New York
Association to Benefit Children
Astor Services for Children & Families
Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth
Brooklyn Autism Center
Center for Disability Services
Children’s Aid Society Bronx Family Center
Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation
Compass House
Covenant House New York
Cradle Beach
Double H Ranch
Elmcrest Children’s Center
Feel Better Kids, Inc.
Guild for Exceptional Children
Hillside Children’s Center
Hunts Point Alliance for Children
Kids Oneida Inc.
Kids Place A Place for Kids to Be II, Inc.
Learning Leaders
McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center
Nicholas Center for Autism
Partnership for After School Education
Pathways, Inc.
Renaissance Youth Center
Rochester Childfirst Network
Safe Inc., of Schenectady
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children
Summit Educational Resources
The Autism Council of Rochester
The Child Center of NY
The Children’s Aid Society
Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch

Ohio
Canton Ex-Newsboys Association
Cleveland Sight Center
Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center
Feed Lucas County Children, Inc.
For Love of Children
Inspiring Minds
Millcreek Children’s Center
Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center
Youth Challenge

Oregon
Children’s Cancer Association
KIDS Center
SouthSide Youth Outreach

Pennsylvania
Camelot for Children, Inc.
Caring Place
Child to Family Connections
Children’s Crisis Treatment Center
Children’s Service Center of Wyoming Valley Inc.
Cora Services
Delaware Valley Children’s Charity
Dragonfly Forest
Dreams Go On
Family Services of Western Pennsylvania
Family Support of Central PA
Feel the Warmth
Grady’s Decision
HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Homeless Children’s Education Fund
Jeremiah’s Place
Leg Up Farm
Mighty Writers
NorthEast Treatment Center
Northeastern Child Care Services
Philadelphia Children’s Foundation
So Love Autistic Center
The Center for Grieving Children
The Children’s Home of Reading
The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh

Rhode Island
Children’s Friend and Service
The Matty Fund

South Carolina
Epworth Children’s Home
Pendleton Place for Children and Families
The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center

Tennessee
Chattanooga Autism Center
Mur-Ci Homes, Inc.
Y-Mot, Inc.

Utah
Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes

Vermont
New England Kurn Hattin Homes
Spectrum Youth & Family Services

Virginia
Children’s Advocacy Center of Bristol/Washington County VA Inc.
Edmarc Hospice for Children
EQUI-KIDS Therapeutic Riding Program
Henry & William Evans Home for Children Inc.
Homestretch Inc.
Matthew’s Haven, Inc.
Noah’s Children
Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center
Youth for Tomorrow

Washington
A Gift for Special Children
Burned Children Recovery Foundation
Childhaven
Navos
Reliable Enterprises
Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery

West Virginia
Childhood Language Center
Children’s Home Society of West Virginia
Crittenton Services, Inc.
Disability Action Center Inc.

 

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