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

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Organization Name Date State
Rapid City YMCA 
Grant to purchase PicoCricket kits and various technological equipment for a Cricket Lab. This organization strives to be a community/family center that is available to all. 
February 2006  SD
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Raven's Outreach Center 
Grant to purchase kitchen appliances and equipment for this organization that provides a continuous care network for the homeless in the Baton Rouge area. 
October 2006  LA
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Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology 
Grant for capital improvement of the museum's exhibit spaces. This organization offers programs and activities that provide inspiration, experience, and education in paleontology to school children, the general public, colleges, the worldwide scientific community and The Webb School.  
October 2011  CA
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Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic 
Grant to purchase and install the equipment necessary to update a Volunteer Recording Workstation from analog to the much-improved digital technology. 
February 2000  CA
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Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic 
Grant to replace the recording units for this organization that serves as the nation's educational library for people who cannot effectively read standard print because of visual impairments, dyslexia or other physical disabilities.  
October 2007  CA
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Reef Relief 
Grant to provide the computer software, hardware and workstations for the expanded office facilities of this organization that works to "protect living coral reef ecosystems through local, regional and international efforts." 
February 2001  FL
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Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming (RENEW) 
Grant to purchase a commercial size lawn tractor, trailer and electronic door openers. This organization serves people with dis-Abilities to enrich their personal lives.  
April 2007  WY
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Right to Play, Inc. 
Grant to purchase and place adaptive and regular swing sets. This organization provides playgrounds where children of all abilities can play together, each at their highest level.  
October 2007  LA
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Rose Street Community Child Care Center 
Grant to provide multicultural staff training and curriculum development to better meet the needs of low-income families served. 
October 1994  CA
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Salk Institute for Biological Studies 
Grant for the purchase of cryostat to aid in the work of Dr. Kuo-Fen Lee in his studies of molecular development in the nervous and cardiac systems. 
October 1995  CA
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San Diego Habitat for Humanity 
Grant to purchase tools for this organization that works in partnership with people everywhere, from all walks of life, to develop communities with people in need by building homes so that there is adequate housing in communities where every person can live and grow.  
April 2008  CA
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San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity 
Grant to purchase a reconditioned forklift to increase the efficiency of moving items in their restore, enabling this organization to build and renovate houses for those in need. 
October 2003  CA
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San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust, Inc 
Grant to purchase an electric utility vehicle for River Day Camp. Their programs serve children from pre-school to teens. 
October 2004  CA
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San Luis Obispo Railroad Museum 
Grant to complete the restoration of the existing 1890, 5,000 sq. ft. Southern Pacific Freight House in order to provide a railroad museum open tot the public. This mission of this organization is to preserve and present the railroad history of California and specifically the Central Coast.  
October 2012  CA
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Say Word (Fiscally Sponsored by Community Partners) 
Grant to purchase learning equipment for Say Word, as well as assist in the general programming of the organization. Community Partners' mission is to accelerate ideas into action to advance the public good. Say Word believes in the importance of young people speaking for themselves.  
October 2015  CA
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