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

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Organization Name Date State
Social and Public Art Resource Center 
Grant for purchase of technological equipment to aid community artisans in the design of public mural art throughout the Los Angeles area. 
October 1996  CA
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Solar Cookers International 
Grant to purchase office equipment. This organization uses the power of the sun to cook food and pasteurize water. 
October 2004  CA
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South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Foundation 
Grant for purchase of publishing equipment, laminator, binding machine and supplies, transport containers, and educational materials for the Science Linkages in the Community program that lends science education materials to schools and community groups. 
October 1998  SD
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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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Sowing Seeds For Life 
Grant to purchase a refrigerated cargo van. This organization is committed to ending hunger.  
October 2015  CA
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Sowing Seeds For Life 
Grant to purchase a refrigerated truck, a propane forklift and freezer. This organization is committed to ending hunger.  
October 2012  CA
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Speech & Language Development Center, Inc 
Grant to upgrade computer systems which will be used to assist children and adults with handicaps to reach their maximum potential through education and therapy, provided in an environment nurturing growth and inspiring achievement. 
October 2008  CA
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St. Anne's Foundation 
Grant to expand outreach programming on teenage pregnancy prevention and parenting support to include additional schools. 
October 1995  CA
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Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians 
Grant to expand the Accelerated Reading Project, an intensive reading skills improvement program for Tribal youth between 5 to 12 years of age, by purchasing additional computers, software and books so that these young people have a better chance to achieve economic self-sufficiency. 
October 2001  WA
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Storybook Island 
Grant to fund the renovation of ponds throughout the Storybook Island Park. This organization's mission is to provide a free and safe educational environment for those young in years, or young at heart, in order for them to experience the power of imagination. 
October 2009  SD
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Storybook Island 
Grant for purchase of installed sound system for new park and theater.This organization provides a free, safe, educational environment for those young in years, or young at heart, to experiences the power of imagination. 
October 1998  SD
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Storybook Island 
Grant to complete funding for the electrical grid rewiring project. This organization provides a free, safe, educational environment for those young in years, or young at heart, to experiences the power of imagination. 
October 2005  SD
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Students Run America 
Grant for computer, printer, scanner and four desks and chairs for office use. 
October 1998  CA
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Talking Tapes/Texbooks on Tapes 
Grant to purchase duplicators, rewinders, tapes, microphones and tape players for this organization to better serve those who cannot read standard printed material because of physical, cognitive, visual or learning disabilities. 
October 2003  MO
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Teach For America 
Grant to support this organization's goal to increase corps size, increase Native recruitment, and increase impact and effectiveness. Teach for America's mission is to fuel the community-driven movement toward educational equity, so that one day, all Native children in South Dakota will attain an excellent education.  
October 2014  SD
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