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

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Organization Name Date State
Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory 
Grant to provide equipment for the shop expansion and the enhancement of this interactive marine education program providing hands-on projects in applied learning and skills development for disadvantaged youth. 
October 1999  PA
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Plaza Community Center 
Grant to complete spectrum of family health care services by including pediatric care. Agency would then qualify as a child health disability provider and become eligible for public funding to sustain program. 
October 1993  CA
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Plimoth Plantation 
Grant to provide fire protective sprinkler system for new rare breeds animal facility following devastating fire loss of old barn and animals in Massachusetts. 
October 1992  MA
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Pomona Valley Habitat For Humanity 
Grant to purchase a used truck and forklift to allow this organization to continue to move forward in their mission to eliminate poverty housing in the Pomona Valley. 
October 2003  CA
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Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity 
Grant to purchase a truck and tool trailer for this organization that provides homeownership for low-income families by partnering with various groups and members of the community.  
October 2007  CA
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Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity 
Grant to purchase construction materials, contracted labor, permits and fees needed to help build the Glendora Habitat for Humanity house. This orgainzation is dedicated to providing affordable homeownership opportunities to qualified families.  
October 2010  CA
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Pomona Valley Habitat of Humanity 
Grant to assist in the completion of the construction of the L.A. County Fair Build House. This organization provides affordable housing to hard-working, low-income families allowing them an opportunity to live in a healthy and stable environment 
October 2014  CA
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Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center  
Grant to provide the most up-to-date technology and facility improvement in the NICU. This organization is dedicated to continuously striving to improve the healthcare needs of its diverse ethnic, religious and cultural community.  
October 2010  CA
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Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center Foundation 
Grant to provide educational materials for new family cancer resource center. 
October 1992  CA
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Population Services International 
Grant for radio and television public service announcements and printed and promotional materials for replication of Project ACTION in Seattle and San Jose, a program of education to halt the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. 
October 1996  DC
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Portland Youth Builders 
Grant to purchase educational material, equipment, tools and a truck. This organization supports low-income youth who are committed to changing their lives to become self-sufficient contributing members of the workforce and their communities. 
October 2007  OR
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Presidential Classroom 
Grant to purchase office technology upgrades. This organization gives young leaders a chance to explore the American political system firsthand. 
October 2004  VA
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Project Blind Ambition 
Grant toward the purchase of athletic equipment and class materials for self-defense training for visually impaired children. 
October 1996  CA
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Queen of the Valley Hospital 
Grant towards office facility preparation, office equipment, and computer equipment systems, and training for Every Child's Healthy Option, an outreach program linking uninsured school children in need of essential medical services with appropriate volunteer professional providers in the East San Gabriel Valley area. 
October 1996  CA
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Quest Scholars Program, Inc/Stanford University 
Grant to purchase a telescope and computers for use in this educational/leadership program serving gifted, low-income, at-risk, predominately minority, high school students concerned with the environment. 
February 2000  CA
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