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Everychild President’s Blog August 29, 2013

As the summer winds down, Everychild members gear up to select our next $1 million grant in October. The two candidates, The Children’s Clinic and The Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center, have been hard at work the past three months putting together their final proposals to present at our Annual Grant Hearing. Everychild members

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Everychild President’s Blog June 18, 2013

From Jackie: Lots of exciting Everychild activity coming this fall as we prepare to select our 14th grant and bring our total grants made to roughly $12 million since our inception. We will also be planning some fascinating salons, so members should stay tuned. First up will be State Senator Ted Lieu speaking about his

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London Trust Uses Everychild Model

Read an interview with the founder of a London trust modeled after the Everychild Foundation.  Click here.

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$1 Million Everychild Foundation Grant Goes to St. John’s Well Child and Family Center

St. John’s Well Child and Family Center is the recipient of the Everychild Foundation’s Annual $1 million grant. The grant will implement the agency’s environmental health project, Healthy Homes, Healthy Kids. The announcement was made on November 13 by Everychild Foundation President and Founder Jacqueline Caster, and Hilary Nelson Jacobs, Chair of the foundation’s Grant Screening

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The Foundation’s $1 Million Goes Toward Providing a Path to Employment for At-Risk Youth

The Everychild Foundation has awarded its 2010 grant of $1 million to the South Bay Center for Counseling. The grant — the 10th given by The Everychild Foundation — will implement the “The Everychild Youth Career Pathway” program over four years. The program will engage 900 low-income, at-risk, out-of-school youth between 16 and 17 years

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10 Years of Impact & Philanthropic Innovation

Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 2010 – In just 10 years, a group of over 200 prominent Los Angeles women have come together and directly eased suffering of over 350,000 children in their community with grants totaling over $7.5 million, raising those dollars without putting on a single fundraising event. In addition, they have significantly

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