Ludwick Family Foundation
P.O. Box 1796
Glendora, CA 91740

Copyright ® 2004, Ludwick Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
Organization Name Date State
Alaska Raptor Center 
Grant to purchase an x-ray machine, film processor, and accessories. This organization provides critical medical treatment for all birds, educates the public, and conducts research. 
February 2004  AK
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Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living 
Grant for sewer system replacement for this center providing secure shelter and immediate safety for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and abuse. 
February 2002  AK
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Nome Community Center, Inc 
Grant to purchase a used truck and storage container for their food bank.  
October 2004  AK
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Alaska Public Radio Network 
Grant to purchase recorder kits and professional stereo headphones to enable reports of news, current affairs and cultural information for Alaska's Native People. 
February 2003  AK
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Girl Scouts of the Deep South Council, Inc. 
Grant to purchase a tractor and front loader for their camps. This organization inspires girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service that they may become happy and resourceful citizens.  
April 2007  AL
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YMCA of Selma 
Grant to purchase swimming pool renovations, and kitchen appliances for the YMCA of Selma. 
October 2004  AL
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Auburn University Foundation/Rural Studio 
Grant to purchase a work truck, construction equipment and scaffolding for the innovative design and construction of affordable, environmentally appropriate housing by Auburn architecture students for the rural poor in Alabama. 
February 2000  AL
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Blackbelt & Central Alabama Housing Authority 
Grant to purchase construction tools and storage facility for this organization that provides rehabilitation and modification of sub-standard housing through the use of volunteers and partnerships.  
October 2007  AL
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Cary Woods Elementry School PTA 
Grant for reconstruction of playground including specially designed equipment and venues to foster interactive play among physically and educationally challenged children and their less challenged peers. 
February 2002  AL
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Southern Poverty Law Center 
Grant toward the production and distribution costs of the "Teaching Tolerance" kit for pre-Kindergarten through first grade levels. 
October 1995  AL
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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum 
Grant to assist in the renovation of their Black Bear exhibit. This organization is dedicated to inspiring people to live in harmony with the natural world by fostering love, appreciation and understanding of the Sonoran Desert. 
April 2009  AZ
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Tucson Children's Museum 
Grant to upgrade and improve museum exhibits. This organization provides fun, play-based, interactive, hands-on learning experiences for children and their families.  
October 2010  AZ
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Wellness Community-Central Arizona 
Grant to purchase technology equipment for this organization's Teen Cancer Program. This organization is dedicated to helping people with cancer and their loved ones enhance their health and well being through a professional program of emotional support, education and hope in a community setting with others in similar circumstances. 
October 2008  AZ
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National Odd Shoe Exchange 
Grant to provide office computer and expanded storage area for this all-volunteer Arizona-based program providing shoes to people with mismatched feet as a result of deformity, disease, and/or amputation. 
October 1993  AZ
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Casa Grande Regional Medical Center 
Grant to complete funding for a wheelchair/handicapped accessible van. This organization provides quality healthcare providers and services. 
October 2006  AZ
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