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Family Hope Foundation offers support to special needs children and families

A group of West Michigan community leaders has formed the Family Hope Foundation, a new organization that offers support to special needs children and families. Grants will be awarded to children to receive therapy that is necessary for their bodies and brains to grow and develop, and to cope with the world around them. The foundation, an autonomous nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation, will fund grants through donor gifts that are tax deductible.

“Family Hope Foundation was created to support families in the West Michigan area that lack insurance support or have limited access to more intensive therapeutic treatments,” said foundation chair, Lara Kitts. In February, Family Hope Foundation will kick off its Charter Donor Campaign with the goal of raising $100,000 in 2010.

“Families who are struggling with medical bills and uninsured therapies and equipment will feel some relief from the financial burden. With our grant program in place, our goal is to begin assisting families as soon as possible with the donations we receive from our Charter Donor Campaign,” Kitts says.

More information is available by contacting Lara Kitts, (616) 682-1234, 768 Longleaf Court, Ada, MI 49301, lara.kitts@comcast.net.

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