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

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Organization Name Date State
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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Tucson Children's Museum 
Grant for improved museum signage and multimedia equipment for this program designed to assist parents in encouraging their children's literacy and quest for learning through joint discovery activities. 
October 1999  AZ
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UCP Wheels for Humanity 
Grant to purchase a 21-foot box truck to be used for donation pick-ups. This organization's mission is to provide increased self-sufficiency, mobility and education to people with disabilities throughout the world. 
October 2008  CA
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Uncommon Good 
Grant to purchase technology equipment and air conditioners for the Clinic to College program. This organization works to ensure that the poor have access to quality education, health care and legal services.  
February 2006  CA
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United Cerebral Palsy of Idaho 
Grant to provide augmentative communications equipment for people with disabilities to help achieve independence, explore possible work opportunities and reach full inclusion in their communities. 
October 2002  ID
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University of La Verne 
Grant to complete funding for the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility. This program will enhance recruitment and instruction in the sciences. 
October 2005  CA
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USC/Neighborhood Academic Initiative 
Grant for equipment for a laboratory for English language development to be used by the students participating in this college preparatory program for underprivileged youth supported by the University of Southern California. 
October 1995  CA
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Venice Family Clinic 
Grant to purchase lockable filing cabinets. This organization exists to provide free quality healthcare to people in need.  
February 2004  CA
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Ventana Wildlife Society 
Grant to purchase a 4 wheel drive sport utility vehicle and a walk-in freezer. This organization rears, releases, and monitors California Condors.  
April 2007  CA
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Villa Esperanza Services 
Grant to replace the furniture of two residential homes. This organization provides love, care, and hope for individuals with disabilities and their families.  
October 2007  CA
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Visiting Nurse Association 
Grant to purchase 10 Point-of-Care laptop devices for traveling nurses. This organization provides a full spectrum of multidisciplinary home health care and hospice services. 
February 2005  CA
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Voices for Children 
Grant to purchase technology equipment and furniture for three offices. This organization works to ensure that abused, neglected and abandoned children have a safe and permanent home. 
February 2006  CA
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Volunteers of America of Los Angeles 
Grant for earthquake repairs to residential and program facilities. 
October 1994  CA
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Walk With Sally 
Grant to purchase computers and program software. Walk With Sally is dedicated to providing free mentoring support programs and services to children of parents, guardians or siblings who have cancer or have succumbed to cancer - one child at a time, one heart at a time.  
October 2015  CA
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Washoe County School District/Classroom On Wheels (COW) 
Grant to purchase educational materials to help equip buses, painted to look like cows that travel to low-income neighborhoods providing mobile preschool education. 
February 2000  NV
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